It’s (past) time for another roundup of Christian sex links! Check out these blogs, we’re sure you’ll find something you like.
Your wife doesn’t always know when she’s aroused — Her indications of arousal aren’t as obvious (to either of you) as is a husband’s erection!
Several links about initiating sex:
Wives, don’t be afraid of your husband’s manhood!
How to have “vacation sex” when you’re not on vacation — Be prepared and bring your own lock when you’re actually on vacation!
Your husband needs a girlfriend — Hint: it’s you!
Ten minutes and lube — Quickies alone don’t make a great sex life.
Talk about sex outside the bedroom — Interesting advice for preserving the tranquility of your sex room.
Submission and headship, with handy four-quadrant diagrams — Definitely hard concepts to understand in our modern culture.
“When I orgasm, I shake all over” — Intense, uncontrollable sexual responsiveness from the wife is really hot.
Memorable first thrust technique — “Many women, once aroused and full of anticipation for intercourse, consider the first thrust to be their favorite part of intercourse.”
Don’t miss the good part of her cycle — It’s something we’ve started planning around!
Take advantage of every opportunity to talk with your kids about sex — “When our kids are curious and comfortable talking about sex, we think they are too young and by the time we think we should talk to them about sex, they are embarrassed.”
Three posts with wedding night tips for virgin brides: “What do I do?”, making the mental leap from “no” to “yes”, and “how to I avoid pain?” — Also great for new husbands to read.
Is your spouse really showing you all of his or her sexuality? — Fear/avoidance of rejection is common, even in marriage. How can you assure your spouse that he or she can really share any desire with you?
Erotic wisdom in Proverbs 5 — Hint: “fountains”, “wells”, and “cisterns” are symbolism.
If you have any links you want to share, leave them in the comments!