Whether tender touches, passionate moans, the partner’s taste when kissing, the aphrodisiac smell of the other person or the simple sight of a naked body: all five senses actually play an important role in sex. With Sensory sex not long ago we even presented a trend that celebrates the intensive inclusion of this. But there is also a kind of counter-proposal: sensory deprivation. And this sex trend promises an equally hot experience in the bedroom.
“Sensory Deprivation”: The more senses are excluded, the more intense the sex becomes
The term sensory deprivation comes from English and means something like sensory deprivation. And that is exactly what the sex trend is all about. With sensory deprivation, you exclude one or more of your or your partner’s senses during lovemaking. As a result, one perceives the other senses and impressions all the more clearly, what that sex experience intensified again.
Which sense is “switched off” is up to you. Of course, you can also do without several. The following applies: The more senses are excluded, the more intense the sex.
With blindfold, earplugs and shackles
The simplest ways to exclude sight, hearing and touch are with a blindfold, earplugs and shackles. The combination of the three can hardly be surpassed in terms of intensity. Just imagine: You are tied up, blindfolded and earplugs on the bed and completely at the mercy of your partner, so you have no control over what is happening. All the time you wonder what he or she will do next. The other senses turn on, investigate. Every touch, every smell, every taste becomes more exciting and intense. A real thrill, that literally robs you of your senses!
Still, it’s important to note that not everyone is into a sex trend like sensory deprivation. And of course that should be respected. The same applies to borders. These should be discussed in advance, and a safe word or agreed gestures can also help. Basically, trust plays an important role in sensory deprivation. Thus, the sex trend can not only improve love life, but also Relationship to the partner. Win-win, so to speak!
This article was written by Martin Arnold