Pushing the boundaries...

Sweet-n-sensual Sweet-n-sensual
Ok. Like I don't want anyone to be offended by what I say or how I feel. But I really want to spice things up and try some new things with my husband to make sex more interesting and intense for us both. I have wanted to try some strap on stuff and other things but (I know this is going to sound weird) but I worry that if we try something like that, that plain ol missionary sex won't be enough anymore and it will change the dynamic of our sex life. Is this weird? Has anyone else felt this way?
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Sera26 Sera26
I'm not married so don't put much stock in what I say. However I've done different things in bed, including what you mentioned and I still love missionary. Just thought I'd chime in.
Sammi Sammi
Some things can change the dynamic a bit, but those things we've discussed before and after. Missionary is enough when that's what we want to do - even after all the years and experimenting, it's still part of our sex life.
Fluke Fluke
Spice and variety is what makes sex become awesome. I've tried some crazy sexual positions and while they were outstanding, when I went back to to the good ol' standards I thought to myself "dang I forget how awesome this felt, it's really really good"

It's like if you eat some gourmet exotic chocolate will that make normal Hershey chocolate taste horrible? Nah, chocolate is chocolate and it is all good. (The analogy started with cars but then I remembered where I was lol)
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