Dozens of women have spoken up recently about being sexually harassed in the workplace, so right now is the best time as any to talk about sex. For men and women alike, as an outsider hearing of these alleged sexual harassment cases is disturbing, unbelievable, and downright anger provoking. The slew of emotions you may be feeling can overflow into your own sexual relationships, leaving you a little less “turned on” and perhaps less “in the mood” for sexual behaviors.
You can even feel more uncomfortable with your sexuality, or less trusting of your partner. Keep in mind the emotions you are feeling in the aftermath of all the national sexual harassment cases are independent of your consensual relationship with your partner. In fact, if you are in a solid relationship, you can take comfort in the fact that you do have someone that respects you and celebrate by safely experimenting with these tips to spice things up in the bedroom.
If you have been sexually active with the same person for years, or if you are just getting started, accessories can add a new dimension to your time between the sheets. Some accessories are even common household items that you can use on the fly, like a blindfold or any piece of loose clothing to tie around your partner’s eyes. Blindfolding your partner will heighten their other senses and keep them guessing what you are going to do next. Another idea is to use handcuffs, or other sex toys like dildos or strap-ons to change things up.
“Getting sex toys have become easier and more discreet than ever,” say the experts at Jack and Jill Adult. Try new positions, or add foods like chocolate, whip cream, or honey to heighten your taste buds and your sexual desires.
Get Out Of The Bed & The Bedroom
Wait, I thought we were talking about spicing things up in the bedroom? Yeah, well you can really spice up your sex life by getting out of bed into a new scenery is the simplest way to keep a sense of originality to your love life. All kinkiness aside, try the couch, a desk, the shower, or even try standing up against a wall. You are sure to arouse some new senses.
If you still have a bad taste in your mouth in the aftermath of all the national cases of sexual harassment, remember that these cases have also helped raise awareness about sexual harassment in the workplace, how it differs from sex in the bedroom, and the voice each individual has to speak up.
If you or anyone you know has been a victim of sexual harassment in the workplace, whether that be unwanted touching or inappropriate sexual jokes, it is your obligation to yourself to let the offending person know that they are offensive. Speak up. If this doesn’t stop them, follow your employer’s policy on sexual harassment. If the problem is still not resolved, you may have the right to sue, in which case you will want to call a lawyer. Talk to an experienced legal professional to discuss the facts of your situation and the rights you have.
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