Foreplay is generally seen as what you do before you get to intercourse, to prepare yourselves (especially the woman) to be ready to receive “penetration” by the man. Intercourse is seen as a vigorous activity consisting of the man thrusting into the woman, or less frequently, the woman bouncing around on the man.
- Intercourse is the “main event” or “the whole point” of sex and that other activities simply lead-up to that “main event”
- Intercourse is such a vigorous activity that plenty of preparation is required
- Intercourse isn’t the main event, that it isn’t the whole point, that it’s just one of many elements and possibilities of sex and love-making
- Intercourse doesn’t have to be vigorous so it doesn’t necessarily require lots of preparation
- Intercourse can, in essence, be part of the foreplay.
You’ll notice that I often focus on sensuality and exploring the “valleys” of sex as well as the “peaks”, and particularly on softening and making the genitals more receptive.... read more