Our expert says:
Gay, lesbian and bisexual expert
Hi to you BSL and thanks for posting. First off, ensure you both get screened for HIV before you toss the condoms. In terms of spicing things up it sounds as if you both have healthy sex drives and simply need to become a bit more creative. Explore different positions, different lubes, role play, toys, using porn, edging, incorporating food into your play, switching roles for activities such as rimming and prostate play, nipple play, mild spanking or bondage, NOT having sex for a day or two simply to break the routine, playing outdoors or in your car, positioning mirrors so that you can both watch the action, trying out textured condoms, putting your lube in the fridge or warming it slightly, trying out a cock ring, talking 'dirty', having sex in a shower, giving each other instructions on what to do, wearing a blindfold, trying out telephone sex, have a conversation about fisting, explore various sensations on your balls, play with massage, write a script for your partner to play out, have sex in s l o w motion or limit the play to 5 minutes and force yourselves to stop what you're doing when the time expires, try using a female condom (for example a Femidom, designed for vaginal sex but ideal for anal sex), taking photos or making a video of each other jerking off, explore a fetish like sports gear or leather, have sex clothed, buy your partner a jockstrap, explore drag, explore tickling, be noisy or quiet, be rough or gentle, be fast or slow, be dominant or submissive, make your partner (the bottom) do all the work, play with ice..... just use your imagination! A word of caution on introducing house-hold products into the rectum: I don't know this mouth gel, but the rectal lining is very thin and fragile and is easily damaged or irritated. Also, if the product contains any alcohol be aware that this will be absorbed into the bloodstream.
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