Beginner's Guide to Sex Furniture
One of the most odd things about the evolution of our sexual pleasure is how monotonous it has become. Sex can be a spontaneous and creative activity, but so many of us keep it contained to very specific acts in very specific places. This usually means some variation of lying down on a bed for sexytimes.
However, there are ways to incorporate more variety in both enjoying sex in bed as well as adding a little spice to it - specifically by changing up the scene. You can try all kinds of new positions and new sensations when you bring sex furniture into your bedroom, or anywhere else into your home!
What is sex furniture?
There will always be a time, in any relationship, where you or your partner feel just a little bit bored with sex. Even if you have a raging, wild sex life full of orgasms all over, it is inevitable that routine will slip into your lives. And there is one particular type of routine that we probably never think of as being a problem. But if you switch it up, you’ll notice a definite increase in excitement.
Where does the vast majority of sex happen? Our beds, of course! There are many distinct reasons for this. Most people have sex at the end of the day, most people want some comfort in sex and room to move around, and many folks need the privacy of a bedroom because there are other eyes in the home. But remember the excitement you’ve had when you’ve been able to take sex out of the bedroom!
Fortunately, there are ways to spice up your sex life in your bedroom - or beyond it if you choose. Incorporating different types of sex furniture can bring a new element of sexytime thrills to your relationship and introduce you to new experiences. There are many different types of sex furniture, from simple bars attached to the ceiling to fantasy swings and slings to inflatable logs to stripper poles to full-on inflatable wrestling rings! You won’t be thinking dull thoughts anymore!
Who can use sex furniture?
Sex furniture is so versatile and varied, you will find pieces that fit into anyone’s fantasies and lifestyle. Whether you’re a new, young player or a seasoned veteran of many sexytimes, suspension bars and bondage equipment can be adjusted and set to be as comfortable or, if the situation warrants it, as uncomfortable as need be. Swings and slings, when used with care, can be quite helpful for persons with disabilities to enjoy different forms of sex.
How can sex furniture be used?
Sex furniture can be incorporated into so many different types of sexual play and fantasy. You can try and learn so many new and exciting techniques - some that will surely send you and your partner to absolute new heights of sexual joy.
One of the main uses of sex furniture is to explore bondage and restraint play. Suspension bars, cuffs and binds can help you and your partner explore your dominant and submissive sides (and see who fits which role best). When exploring bondage and being tied up, you can then incorporate many different types of sex toys and activities into your hot play. One note, we advise that you do not play with bondage equipment on your own. Self-restraint is hot, but if you get stuck, you might not be able to get out on your own!
Sex swings and slings offer the added experience of gravity to your sexytimes. Imagine being the one to slip into the swing and have your partner walk around, lay under and be able to touch every part of you! Swings and slings let you and your partner get into and enjoy many different positions that you’ll never be able to without one and can be great for people dealing with injuries or disabilities.
How can I buy sex furniture?
If you would like to purchase your own sex furniture to enjoy new positions and sensations in the bedroom and beyond, just head over to our category: Buy Sex Furniture.
Need more help?
Not quite sure if sex furniture is right for you and need a little help? Just Contact Customer Care and a staff member from the Cherry Banana team will be in touch right away to assist you. Alternatively, you can explore our other sex toy guides here.
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