Though sex can be magnetic and amazing and exhilarating, everyone probably would define it completely differently. After all, a lot of factors are involved — your tastes and preferences, your partner's tastes and preferences, your sexuality, their sexuality. In fact, there are probably as many ways to describe sex as there are sex positions. That's why it's important not to get too caught up in comparing your sex life to others.
Words to describe and synonyms for sexy
Let's Talk About Sex With the Right Words | HuffPost Canada
It's the one thing many of us love to do, but very few of us want to talk about. With the word sex splashed across the cover of every magazine in the grocery store, and broadcast across our TV networks in second increments, you'd think talking about sex would be easy. But the truth is, while sex is something everyone is exposed to, something we're all hardwired to do, most of us succumb to behaving like year-old's giggling in a schoolyard when it comes to talking about sex. Let's face it: Sex is an important facet of our society. It influences many aspects of our lives -- how we dress, think and act
How Would You Describe Sex? 14 Millennial Women Define It In One Word
Are you looking another word for sexy? You feel that word sexy is "a bit" overused? I feel you and totally agree. English language has plenty of "sexy words" and ways to describe sexiness.
If you could use one word to describe your sex life , what would it be? Sexuality is beautifully complicated and multi-faceted, so this may be a difficult thing to ask. Your answer may reveal a lot about how we feel about yourself — your own feelings about sexual desires and whether or not you feel free enough to express them — your own feelings about your emotional attachments to our sexual partners, and your relationship between sexuality and your body.