When you hear the word Christmas, sexy probably isn’t one of the things you’d associate with the season of yuletide cheer. Between all the red and green motifs and the Christmas songs playing (Welcome back, Jose Marie Chan!), some people may be wondering how on earth you’ll be able to turn a holiday associated with reindeers and Santa Claus into something hot and sexy for you and your partner. In this article, we come up with just some ideas you and your partner can try out this holiday season to put some spice into season of giving celebrations.
1. Fulfill each other’s wildest Christmas themed fantasies
Gift giving isn’t the only thing you can get creative with this Christmas. Showcase your creativity by trying out some Christmas themed role playing. Whether it’s one of you getting down and dirty with “Santa” or pretending to be Santa’s sexy little helper, there are a variety of Christmas themed scenarios you guys can try out in the bedroom that are guaranteed to make your Christmas together explosive. After all, apart from the novelty of the experience, most of your costumes will probably be in red, and studies have shown that the color red on clothes has been known to increase attraction between people (ScienceDaily, 2008).
2. Hang a bunch of mistletoe…everywhere
Christmas wouldn’t be complete without the famous (or infamous for some) mistletoe hanging around people’s heads. While this has had a reputation to create awkward situations for some, for you and your partner, this has the potential to be the fire starters for some sexy action. Apart from being an excuse to start making out, putting the mistletoe in all sorts of places, such as the bathroom, the car, the kitchen, etc., can help include the novelty of fooling around in places other than the bedroom. So, if you’re looking for a way to make sparks fly between you and your bae this Christmas, hoarding mistletoe wouldn’t be such a bad idea.
3. Create a sexy themed Christmas countdown
People love counting down the days to Christmas. In the Philippines, the moment the ber months start, radio stations and shopping malls start bringing out the Christmas carols, and reminders that there are x days left to Christmas. While it might be annoying for some, you can actually turn this phenomenon into a little game that will help you and your partner have more sexy moments leading up to the holiday season. You and your partner could create sexual games and activities for each day leading up to Christmas, with a big plan or celebration (such as a romantic getaway) on Christmas day itself. The little activities to be done on individual days could range from little things such as giving each other sensual massages to bigger ones like experimenting with new sex positions or sex toys. Not only will this make your Christmas countdown more exciting, but it will also serve serve as a unique bonding experience as you mark the days till Christmas.
4. Have a stocking full of naughty stuffers
The typical story surrounding stockings and Christmas is that if you’re nice, your stockings fill up with goodies, but if you’re naughty, all you’ll be getting are clumps of coal. But who says being naughty can’t get you some goodies as well? This Christmas, try hanging up a stocking filled with items and toys that you and your partner can use to spice up your sex life. Condoms, lube, dildos, vibrators, or even just some good old-fashioned porn are just some of the things both of you can put into your stocking for you guys to enjoy come Christmas day. With a stocking like that, who wants to be nice when being naughty has all these goodies.
Christmas is a time for people to focus on their friends and family, but that doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice time together as a couple as well. More than just the four ideas we gave up there, there are still a lot of ways you guys can go and spice up your sex lives this holiday season. Who knows, your holidays might just turn into a season of giving and receiving of a different kind?
ScienceDaily. (2008). Red Enhances Men's Attraction To Women, Psychological Study Reveals. [online] Available at: https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2008/10/081028074323.htm [Accessed 7 Dec. 2017].
By: AJ Lim