Sex Board Games Will Heat Up Your Game Night And Relationship
Why a sex board game? Well one of the most important factors of being in a relationship is having quality physical connection with your partner. Creating time in your day to match your partner or at the very least the occasional date night usually does the trick as long as you can connect properly in that moment and without distractions. Choosing the right topics then and delivery can be a challenge so we did all of that for you.
Playing board games has also been found out to be one of the best way to stimulate conversation, laughter and connection, and another way is sex if the intimacy is there first. Combine board games, connection and intimacy, and you have ‘sexy board games’ to hopefully entice open conversations, laughter, learning and deeper connection.
Sex board games can vary from suggestive ‘move here and take a piece of clothing off’, to ‘move here and perform xyz’. They’re often participatory or a challenging type. You need to understand the grounds of the game before you buy it to see if it will be right for the both of you.
Some games are very confrontational/ tacky and others tasteful, while a third type is now also emerging. The current two types of sex board games can be generally categorized as:
- Discussion – This type of sex board game uses suggestive clues and action to provoke sexual situations. Couples answer questions get to build up their understanding of each other.
- Action – On the other hand, this type of sexy board games are designed to increase the level of sexual arousal. Many provoke activities, challenges and more revealing acts which often involves sexual interaction between a couple.
Something major was lacking though. The best sex normally involves emotional and physical connection, with desire and some skill really helps. Sometime people don’t know what they don’t know and so many couples are matched personally and emotionally, but not sexually. It was time for a third category ‘Relating’, which is at the core of a ‘Relationship’.