Do you think losing weight can turn up the heat in a relationship? Similarly, does gaining weight douse the flames of a relationship?
I'm getting skinnier (have a baby and was already a skinny person). I think it would be more fun with more curves!
I'm not sure about how differences in weight might affect someone's sex life, but I can say that differences in fitness level can certainly make a difference. Not only can fit people "enjoy the festivities" for much longer, but I've also found that certain muscular areas tend to end up with more voluntary control and greater capacity to retract...something my husband certainly appreciates. As for gaining weight...I've always been curvy regardless of my weight (heavy-chested and well-defined hips), but have been gaining weight lately as I advance further into pregnancy. I don't know how common it is amongst men, but the bigger I get the more my husband seems to like it, I'm still in good shape with well-defined muscles and he says it adds extra curves for him to play with .
Depends on the person. I know people who are turned off by the slightest bit of extra weight and others who see through the 'image' and love the whole pkg. That's my kind of guy...too bad, he's passed away...
I think if the people involved are attracted to each other and don't mind each other's padding, then there's nothing they should worry about.
Weight doesn't really matter depending on the person but I'm pretty sure health does.
sex is the greatest exercise done at home..
you will burn lot of calories
all muscles of your body will be tuned and moved
all muscles will relax
blood supply will increase and will get better
immunity becomes strong
at normal times the peripheral arterioles of the extremities of body like finger tips,ear pinna, nose will be contracted and blood supply to those parts will be some what disrupted. During sex the whole body's blood vessels will dilate and blood circulation will be released.
the dopamine levels are elevated and will help in making immunity strong and makes neurons healthy.
after orgasm the heart will become rapid which will make cardiac muscles strong.
so weight does not matter in sex when u burn lot of calories and have a good exercise and its a misconception that people will loose weight because of sex though u burn calories it will not cost u loosing weight drastically coz compensating exercise is done at the same time,also don think that loosing weight will decrease their sexual capacity.
its utterly wrong
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