Christian sexual chat
Unless you’re married to an X-Man, your partner cannot read your mind, therefore, they can’t be sure what you really like in bed unless you tell them. Does your husband start waving and shouting about whether Marvel or DC comics is better?Rent or buy a rad superhero costume and spring it on him after you have sent the kids elsewhere. Most newlyweds reading his book probably rolled their eyes when Rosenau suggested they could even be too busy for sex. You get these things called kids, jobs, bills and visits from in-laws.Both of you have different preferences and desires, and then there’s the insecurity you are not blowing your partner’s mind with your sexual super powers. Douglas Rosenau’s advice in “A Celebration of Sex for Newlyweds,” does not suggest any fool-proof positions or bizarre genital exercises.Instead, it helps you lay a foundation for sexual fun and union with your spouse that will only get better until death do you part. Sex is a manifestation of your love and union, not the purpose of it.
Until the day breaks and the shadows flee, turn my beloved, and be like a gazelle or like a young stag on the rugged hills.” (Song of Solomon -17 NIV) Unless it took a lot longer in the Old Testament to procreate than it does now, it can be assumed the two lovers weren’t just using sex for making babies.
Consider this the biblical alternative to the top left corner of Cosmo.
(You know what they print there every month.) Sex is tricky.
This is not to say you should only focus on what your spouse wants, but sex is a two-way street.
Ask your partner about their preferences in the bedroom. D in your mate.” (3)On the flip side, learn what you like.
“Sex should never be just a physical rush, but a tender, passionate connection.