Sensual activity when bare is mind-blowing, but sometimes a guy can have even better sensual activity if he and his partner opt to dress for the part a little.
Want Better Sensual Activity? Dress for the Part
By John Dugan
For many people, one of the lures of coupling is the chance to be bare with another person. But what if one could have even better sensual activity by staying clothed? For some couples, especially those who have been together for a while, it can pay to dress up for sensual activity – in a manner of speaking. Wearing a little outfit to bed won’t take the place of maintaining excellent male organ care, but it may add a little zest and zing to that thing called lovemaking.
Deciding to dress the part for coupling isn’t necessarily about role playing – although couples should definitely investigate that as an option for keeping the sensual fires stoked. Role playing involves taking on a whole new persona, pretending to be someone else, in order to add a sense of excitement, mystery or intrigue to sensual escapades.
No, what is being discussed here is simply the idea of having sensual activity while clothed – in some degree or another. It’s an experience that most people have had at some point in their lives. But often it’s something associated with days when sensual activity was furtive for a person. Clothes remained on because a couple was making out in the backseat of the car or on the sofa in the living room, just a few steps away from where a parent or two was lightly sleeping.
When people become adults, it’s something that occurs less frequently. Yes, a “quickie” in the bathroom of a bar or in the supply room at work may involve simply a loosening of the fly and lifting of the skirt. But more often coupling becomes about getting totally bare with another person. And that’s a lovely and quite enjoyable thing.
But engaging in coupling while clad becomes exciting when it’s something a couple hasn’t tried for a while. In some cases, it brings back those memories of early sensual days, and that adds a renewed touch of excitement. It may also allow a couple to fantasize that they are with one of their earlier partners. (This doesn’t mean they regret sleeping with their current partner, but people may like to fantasize about a different person in their arms on occasion.)
But there also can just be something arousing about being with a person who is partially clad. For example, a man who sits down at the breakfast table wearing a shirt, tie and socks, but no pants or underwear or a woman who greets her partner at the door with a bare chest is presenting a very sensual image.
There are any number of ways a person can present themselves in a partially clad manner. Men can simply enter a room with their fly down and their manhood out. A woman may wear a blouse and thigh-high hose with no panties or skirt. Being bare but for socks, a hat or a scarf can add an extra sense of allurement to a situation.
Sometimes a couple may start out in a semi-clad manner but completely doff their clothes when they get into the actual sensual act. But others find that keeping some clothing on while becoming intimate heightens the experience even more. There’s no right or wrong – only what helps get the couple excited.
Opting for a dress up situation is one way to look for better sensual activity, but a man also wants to make sure his manhood is in proper shape for any kind of fun. Regularly applying a top drawer male organ health crème(health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) can help maintain that precious health. Ideally, the selected crème will contain both acetyl L-carnitine and alpha lipoic acid. The former is an amino acid which helps protect against peripheral nerve damage from rough sensual activity (which can be fun but can cause damage). The latter is a potent antioxidant that the free radicals that can lead to aging, wrinkled member skin. Alone, these two are bang-up ingredients; together, there’s a synergistic relationship that makes them even more effective.