It turns out, 34 percent of women say they want sex more than anything else this Valentine's Day.
Does he just want sex for valentine’s day?
There are many different ways to spice up your sex life this Valentine's Day from turning it into a multi-sensory experience to trying out a new position. We apologize, this video has expired.
So what do women really want? Because of that, Kindara also surveyed women on the subject of love.
All that holding, stroking and eye-gazing. It's to celebrate the love we have for those we care about the most. A lot of women will pay good money to read about someone being enjoyed like Valehtine.
To a lot of people, Valentine's Day has become all about the flowers or nice the dinner or the gifts. Or quite as bad. But sex isn't the only thing going down on V-Day.
Stephen Snyder What does your partner really want in bed this Valentine's Day? The best lovemaking often looks a lot like mother-infant bonding. Which is what all the magazines tell you to do.
Suzanne Somers on her year sexual relationship with her husband Nov. But we can't forget the reason behind why we celebrate the day in the first place. According to Kindara, dinner is still the most popular Valentine's Day event with 61 percent of women saying they plan on wantts out.
Simple: They want you to enjoy them. Those satisfied, dreamy, out-of-focus smiles on both your faces. Deep down, everyone wants to be enjoyed.
And why few things can make you feel quite as good about yourself. By Kristine Fellizar Feb. But whatever you do, just know sex on V-day is a pretty big deal.
“my wife doesn’t want sexy time on valentine’s day”
Here's what they found: 1. Mushy handwritten declarations of love?
We all want our partners to be happy to see us. Eros recalls our attachment to the first people who held us, rocked us, enjoyed us and told us we were wonderful. Simple and classic.