When it comes to sex, I'm just lucky to get regular sex, let alone the non-vanilla, kinky, and other variations that are out there. But I am willing to learn about other types in the hopes that maybe I may have some variety in my life soon.
I tried watching this NSFW-ish video so I could learn more about Tantric Sex and the Autoblow2, but I couldn't stop watching Blake Mitchell's face. See if you can learn more than I did.
So I think it's all about breathing, but I could be wrong. I think I need to go watch it again.
The above video gave me a little info on Tantric Sex, but I did want to know more. A quick Google search for 'gay tantric sex' just returned porn and some "How To" sites that want you to spend $149 on video lessons. I think I'd just go back to the porn and learn from that before spending that kind of money.
The best site I could find about Tantric Sex was goodtoknow.co.uk, written for heterosexual women, but translatable to same-sex relationships.
What is Tantric sex?
Tantric sex is an ancient Hindu practice that has been going for over 5,000 years, and means 'the weaving and expansion of energy'. It's a slow form of sex that's said to increase intimacy and create a mind-body connection that can lead to powerful orgasms.
Tantric sex – or Tantra as it's often known – can be done by anyone interested in rebooting their sex life and finding new depth to their love-making. If that sounds confusing think of it this way – if quickie sex is the sexual equivalent of a takeaway, tantric sex is a Michelin-starred meal, slowly and lovingly prepared and all the more delicious thanks to the wait.
Why should I give Tantric sex a try?
Tantric experts believe that if you extend the time and effort you put into sex, you will reach a higher and more intense form of ecstasy.
And it obviously works, because celebs such as Tom Hanks and Sting have said how great it is. In fact, Sting's wife Trudie Styler once famously boasted that her husband could make love for more than 5 hours at a time!
Tantric sex is good for you if…
– You're looking for something new to do in bed
– You want to become even more intimate with your partner
– You want to try to reconnect with your husband or boyfriend – goodtoknow.co.uk
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