Once in a lifetime we have all had some sort of quickie. Just to be on the adventurous side, you and your partner would just steal a moment away from the world to be intimate.
Fast sex may seem unromantic, but short bursts of passion keep you bonded because they release dopamine and oxytocin, two chemicals that trigger loving feelings. A lot of people really believe that quickies are that one thing that keeps the spark alight in a relationship.
Unfortunately not a lot of couples don’t find quickies as appealing as they should be, instead as an escape route sometimes. Couples today list lack of desire, time, fatigue, pressure and stress as five of the biggest obstacles to a fulfilling sex life. They don’t have romantic weekend getaways every month, don’t come home to candle-lit bedrooms with rose petals scattered over the bed, and don’t have screaming orgasms as they make love for the fourth time that night.
Couples who feel sexually connected are more likely to get along outside the bedroom. They communicate more effectively, feel more energised, are more affectionate and argue less. Quickies are also excellent for reintroducing passion into a sex life that has been long neglected. Many couples have a hard time prioritising sex. By the time they get to sex, after everything else on their must-do lists, they can feel too tired or stressed to bother. Couples also feel pressure to make each session a long, passionate and intimate encounter, with incredible orgasms for both, preferably at the same time.
The best quickies are had at different venues, preferably risqué places, but anywhere you feel like having your person works perfectly fine! Keep that fire burning and watch your relationship flourish sexually.
By: Zanele Mash