If you’re dating an older man, chances are that you’ve been asked more than once about your sex life—is it as good as it is with a younger man? Can he keep up?
If you’ve just started seeing your sugar daddy and things have progressed to the bedroom, it usually goes one of two ways: his experience will pay off, or it won’t quite match up. If sex with your older man just isn’t as good as you expected, it might be because there’s one important thing missing from your relationship—real, genuine feelings. A whopping 96% of respondents in a recent survey revealed that the best sex they’ve ever had was with someone that they felt emotionally connected with.
The survey revealed three basic factors for better sex: being physically attracted to your partner, emotional intimacy, and feeling loved. If your sex life with your older man isn’t as hot as you hoped it would be, don’t worry, because 90% of the respondents also said that they believed the sex could get better over time.
This isn’t the first survey to test the connection between sex and emotions. Another recent survey conducted by condom company Durex found that 87% of women felt like the best sex they had was with a partner that they knew personally and that they trusted. And if you thought that it would make no difference for men, think again, because 95% of men admitted that the sex is better when they have an emotional connection with their partner.
There has to be some level of physical attraction in your May-December relationship—that goes without saying—but having an emotional connection might actually be more important for sustaining a healthy sex life because, as hard as you try, you can only fake it for so long.
What do you think: Do you find sex to be better when there’s an emotional connection, or do you think it can be just as good without it?
“Sex Secrets: Survey Reveals What We All Really Want In Bed,” Huffington Post web site, June 27, 2014; http://goo.gl/YdMbx.