Getting Creative in and out of the Bedroom with Jamye Waxman

When it comes to a passionate sex life, creativity is key.  Sex educator, award-winning author, blogger and video host Jamye Waxman shares her tips for heightening the intimacy in your relationship.

Steamy Emails
Setting up a separate email solely for sexy talk can add spice to your daily routine. “You can comfortably send playful notes to each other throughout the day without the worry of having your boss or kids catch you in the act,” Jamye says. Your anonymous account is perfect for sending links to hot new products you’d love to try out, descriptive photos of your favourite positions or a list of fantasies you’re eager to try on your next encounter.  Create a fun address handle (try your middle name and the street name from your childhood home) to make the exchange even more exciting!

Yes, that’s a Gun in my Pocket
The beauty of role-playing is that you get to be anyone you want, even if it’s only for one night. Jamye says role playing and dressing up is an arousing way to live out your fantasies in the bedroom. “If you’re shy, start off simple by writing down some fantasies or small details of what you’d like to do and share them with your partner,” she says.

Talk to Me
Many couples don’t acknowledge the importance of strengthening their bond before they get under the sheets, says Jamye. “Spend intimate time together that includes talking about how you feel about each other, and what you value about the relationship.” Having time to just sit or lie next to your partner holding hands, embracing and making eye contact will put you in touch with their personal space, making for a healthy sexual connection when it’s time to get it on.

Visit Jamye online at www.jamyewaxman.com

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Win a copy of Jayme’s latest book, Hot Sex: Over 200 Things You Can Try Tonight! Simply comment on the post and tell us which one of Jamye’s tips you’re most excited to try. Good Luck!

 

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10 Responses to Getting Creative in and out of the Bedroom with Jamye Waxman

  1. Mavis Wren says:

    I love Jayme, she is one of my favorite sex educators and I have heard so many good things about her book!

    I think my partner and I will DEFINITELY be getting a sexytime e-mail address.

  2. Diane says:

    So often my partner and I are so anxious to get each other naked and get busy that we forget to take time to just lay together talking about our day, looking into each others eyes, and just decompressing. I want to try it tomorrow after work!

  3. Adrienne Parker says:

    I don’t think I can handle yet another email account but definitely a great reminder, the power of sexing things up in a relationship via naughty emails. Thanks.

  4. Kait says:

    Role playing! I’m not always totalyl confident sharing my fantasies.

  5. Jaeleen says:

    You rock, Jamye! Thanks so much for writing another great article!

  6. Cheryl says:

    The emails are a great idea.
    I used to do this with my partner when we first got together but it’s funny how you forget the little things you used to do to excite each other. You assume that everything gets a bit boring because you’re with each other a while, but maybe you just forget the effort you went to at the beginning of the relationship.
    Time to make myself a new email I think!

  7. Terra says:

    oh gosh love this! we have a nine month old hogging the bed nearly every night so we don’t get a whole lot of play time. we are about to transition him to his own room and I can’t wait to get wild regularly again!

  8. Ginna says:

    I love “Talk to Me”!

  9. Kent says:

    My wife and I both work and communicate during the day through email. The steamy emails are a great idea. We will definitely try to do more of that.

  10. Standard_Innovation says:

    Congratulations Terra. You are the winner of this contest. We are emailing you for details!

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