Sex in light
Picture your ideal sex session. Really, close your eyes and think about exactly what it would consist of. Then tell me, is it in the middle of the day with natural sunlight streaming in through the windows? Or it is under the cover of such inky darkness, you wouldn't be able to see your hand if you waved it in front of your face? Turns out 60 percent of people are fans of lights-on sex, while the remaining 40 percent like getting it on with the lights off, according to a recent poll from Osram Sylvania. Which side of this divide do you fall on?
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Let's Have a Sex Smackdown: Lights On or Lights Off?
The Best Tips For Sexy Lighting in the Bedroom
Having sex in the dark can be hot, mysterious, and physically flattering for everyone involved. But, shying away from the light can mean cheating yourself and your partner out of a mind-blowing sack session. If you can't see your partner, you're missing out on a huge aspect of sensory stimulation, he says. It can be incredibly sexy, she adds, because you get to make eye contact and see your partner's reactions to the pleasure you're giving them.
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Have Sex with the Lights On
Don't like having sex with the lights on? You're definitely not alone. A survey conducted by energy supplier Boost reveals that seven in ten people usually choose to turn out the lights when getting intimate with a lover.
Light has a huge impact on mood. Most people have heard about the connection between lack of natural light and depression , but in more subtle and immediate ways, lighting can help cue different moods and it can help us relax and focus our attention. We asked award-winning lighting designer Rebecca Picherak who is admittedly more familiar with lighting theatres than she is bedrooms for some ideas on how to light a room for any erotic encounter. Here are her top tips.
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