Lovemaking with Socks On: 10 Ways Socks Can Make You Score Better


Maintaining a close relationship is important for romantic partners, but sometimes it can be hard to spend time together. One important place to really relax together is in bed. Surprisingly, lovemaking with socks on might make it easier to relax together.

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1) You’ll be comfortable.
It is important to relax when you are in bed, no matter what you’re doing. The best way to fully relax is to keep warm, just like a warm bath when you’re stressed helps you relax. The same idea of keeping warm to relax goes for your feet warm in bed!

2) You won’t be anxious.
Just like it’s important to be physically comfortable, you also need to be relaxed enough to turn off the parts of your brain that worry. Keeping your feet warm doesn’t just keep you comfortable; it tells your brain to calm down. Warm feet will tell your brain that it is safe, and you’ll instantly feel less stressed.

3) You can hold onto the bed.
Soft, silky sheets may be great for sleeping, but they’re not so great when you’re trying to keep from moving around. Socks will give you a better grip on those silky sheets so that you can always stay comfortable.

4) It can be exciting.
Keeping your feet warm doesn’t have to mean that you have to wear your old gym socks! It also doesn’t mean that you have to wear tiny, thin socks. Instead, try on some knee-high socks or cozy wool socks. Knee-high socks are so long that you’ll be able to keep extra warm and comfortable!

5) It’s a simple solution!
Sometimes, bedroom advice is very complicated. People will give you different positions to try. They might even give you advice on expensive supplements or toys to buy. Wearing socks is something that anyone can do in bed, especially since you already have some.

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