Millennials aren’t making out but definitely sexting and simmering | Experts say its way better than sex


Simmering is essentially extended foreplay, “like what most teenage couples do in-between classes

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Millennials are more on the mobile than dating. They are not making out but definitely sexting, video-sexing and simmering.

According to a report in The Independent whether you consider yourself sexually experienced or are exploring sex for the first time, there are certain things that one should know when it comes to making out, according to experts.

Sex therapy is a type of talk therapy intended to help couples resolve sexual issues.

According to Stephen Snyder MD host of the Relationship Doctor podcast on QDT Network and author of Love Worth Making, the first thing anyone engaging in sex should know is that sex “is about more than just it.”

According to Dr Snyder, couples frequently encounter an issue where they only become aroused together “if sex is on the menu”.

In comparison, the happiest couples, according to Dr Snyder, are actually those who engage in something called “simmering”.

Simmering is essentially extended foreplay, “like what most teenage couples do in-between classes. Clothes on but definitely erotic”, Dr Snyder told us. “Simmering tends to keep the fire lit – so when you actually do have sex, you’re not starting off cold.”

It is like that chocolate you keep looking at without eating. This can mean engaging in foreplay such as kissing or rubbing, without intending for it to lead to making out.

Dr Snyder also said that he wants people to know that “not all orgasms are created equal. Also, couples should aim to enjoy sex without focusing solely on reaching it.

“Ideally, orgasm should be like dessert: a great way to end a fabulous meal, but hardly the reason you went out to dinner,” he said.


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