In a culture fixated on efficiency, is embracing the quickie the next sexual step? We think so, and here’s how to do it.
Imagine this: orgasming outside – perhaps, under the stars – and for this time of year… under the roar of a multitude of fireworks masking the moans of you and your boo’s crescendoing OHHH’s and ragged breath.
Life is busy and there never seems to be enough hours in the day to accomplish everything we need. It’s a miracle we ever find time for love and sex. That’s why we’re bringing back the Sex With Emily Quickie– a shorter show that’s—trust me—just as fulfilling.
Lately I have found myself not that interested in sex, and I think I know why. My long-time boyfriend and I have very busy schedules, and we don’t have as much time as we used to in the bedroom. As a result, all of our sex sessions end up being what you might call “quickies”. He is totally happy to get in, get out and move on to the next thing, but these interactions just aren’t satisfying for me. So now when he brings up the idea of sex, I make excuses or try to get out of it.
I’ve tried explaining my feelings to him, but he just doesn’t get it. He thinks that I’m not interested in him sexually, but that’s not the case – I just feel like I need more! Am I being totally unreasonable? What can we do to make sex enjoyable again, for both of us?
Sick of Quickies