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Cuffing season is almost upon us – so what is the kinky sex trend?


Ever wondered what cuffing season and when it official begins for Brits?

In the next few months, the weather will begin to get colder and singletons are more likely to look for someone to share a bed with.

So in other words, some people will want to seek companionship and settle down with a person for that period of time.

Cuffing season doesn’t start on a specific day, it pretty much varies on when the cold weather strikes.

According to Urban Dictionary, the term describes someone’s desire to be tied down by a serious relationship.

Does it involve sex? Yes and the good news is that getting frisky while it’s chilly outside has a number of health benefits.

Having sexual intercourse during colder months not only shaves off a pesky cold but helps you sleep better.

And sex is a great stress reliever because of the endorphins that are being released during a romp.

Couple having sex

SEX TIPS: Cuffing season is almost upon us – so what is it? (Pic: GETTY)

But of course, it is still too early to even think about cuffing – although it’s good to be ready.

Meanwhile, another sex trend people are loving at the moment is “pegging” and experts claim it’s more popular than ever.

Instead of the man doing all the work, pegging is when the woman penetrates the man with a strap-on.

While it’s pleasurable for the man because it stimulates the prostrate gland, women are also loving it.

Experts say the trend is on the rise, as pleasure product company, Healthy And Active, claim prostate massager sales have increased by 56% over the past five years.

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Couple having sex

KINKY: Cuffing is perfect for the colder seasons (Pic: GETTY)

How do you master the art of pegging?

1. Communication

Before doing anything, it’s important to have a serious conversation about pegging.

Everyone should be on board with the type of sex before moving forward.

2. Build up to it

Although it’s exciting to try something new in the bedroom, you shouldn’t just pounce straight into it.

Have your partner massage or stroke the area before you graduate to inserting a toy.

People having sex

ORGASMS: Having sex in the colder months is great for your health (Pic: GETTY)

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3. Buy the right stuff

Pegging comes with four pieces of equipment, the dildo, a strap-on, an o-ring and lube.

Alicia suggests using a basic dildo, she added: “Sticking to a simple shape that is non-phallic can be a good way to start.”

4. Use a lot of lube

No matter what kind of anal play you’re trying under the sheets, it’s important to use lube.

Choose a kind that is safe for your dildo, so possibly a water-based lube.

Make sure you wash your dildo with soap and water immediately after use.



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