If you’ve read my first book, you will read in most passages I outline in the content the five senses of sensuality in love play.
- The sense of touch: feeling a partners sweating body, putting into memory the hard or soft lines of their body. Using the sense of touch of not just with hands but other parts of a body to bring a partner to the height of orgasmic pleasure.
Now, this doesn’t have to just do with sex, there is activities outside the bedroom that can work too.
- The sense of taste: tasting is the most sensual of love play to me. The musky taste of a lovers sweating body and the flavor of the results of touch play yields the orgasmic fruits of labor.
Adding food to love play may work too.
- The sense of sight: leaving the lights on is like a blank canvas that can be painted with naked arms, legs and private parts. Seeing the reaction of your sensual work on your partners body is fulfilling and a complete turn on.
Also, just watching your partner sleep is a turn on too after the senses of touch, taste and sight the night or day before.
- The sense of hearing: sexual sounds are not just a sign that what’s being done to a partner is being done right, it’s also a turn on for the person causing those sounds.
Wrapping up in a warm blanket with your partner and watching a movie can be sexy too.
- The sense of smell; the musky smell of sex in the air, cologne/perfume mixed with a bodies’ natural scent, or the smell of a freshly showered body is in itself pleasing and eye rolling sexy.
Ok, I can’t come up with anything else about the sense of smell other than sexual, but there are others.