Just because he has an erection, it does not mean it’s always time to go. Take your time and prolong foreplay and it’ll change your sex life.Soak up together A relaxing bath can be a turn on, and a shower is even better. You can caress each other and explore your erogenous zones. While it may be difficult to have intercourse in the bath, the shower is perfect to go as far as you want as you can reach all the areas you want to. Soap it up and rub each other down from every direction. Throw in a massage A nice massage will do you both good. While massaging his back, sit on the small of his back and move your hips so that you feel the moves against your clitoris. This will turn you both on and still leave room for something great to look forward to. Take your time with the kissing Kissing does not only end with the lips. Take it to another level and use your lips all over each other’s bodies. Kissing is very arousing, especially when the lips are placed in the right places – the neck, nipples and the small of your back. A gentle caress of your body, and squeeze of your breast while hugging you from the back, will sure get the both of you raring to go and satisfied that you had great foreplay. Go down for longer When giving it, make sure not to only focus on just the penis only. The male genitals are a cornucopia of nerve endings, so make sure to go as far as paying attention to the testicles. When receiving oral, allow him to pleasure you as much as he wants, and guide him to the right spots. Use toys and things such as ice to give you that tingly cold sensation or advise him to sip on something warm and then go down there – it will give you a different sensation.
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