4 Sexy Card Games To Play With A Partner

If your bedroom activities are getting a little ho hum, then a sex game might be the perfect prescription to creatively kickstart your love life. The most common erotic games are ones you may have already played as a curious teen in high school or college, like strip poker, strip beer pong, Never Have I Ever, Seven Minutes In Heaven, and Spin The Bottle. Granted, some of those are kinda better in groups, so whichever you decide to adapt for your pleasure depends on the style of copulation that gets you off.

Although its free (and easy) to update old school games and make them more X-rated, sometimes a little outside influence is required to help add a spark to your sexy times. That's when a sexy card game comes in handy. The renewed popularity in card games like Apples To Apples and Cards Against Humanity has brought sex card games back into the fold, gifting us a host of new, explicit activities to keep you up past dawn. And unlike in years past, you don't have to traipse down to your local adult store to peruse the naughty games in person, since you can now order a variety online.

Apples To Apples, $27, Amazon; Cards Against Humanity, $25, Amazon

Here are four sex games to try with a partner (or partners) if you're in the mood for some toe-curling brain and body teasers.

1. Domin8 Quickie

Domin8 Quickie is like BDSM dominos, and includes 24 scenario cards and a multiplicity of ways to explore the erotic charge that only power play can bring.

Domin8, $20, Amazon

2. Clusterf*ck!

Clusterf*ck! is the new game brought to you by the folks at Cards Against Humanity, blending friends, hookups, and naughty fun in one explosive package.

3. I Dare You

Sex-positive feminist badass Susie Bright created I Dare You to inspire carnal exploration between lovers that's never the same game twice. The luxe box comes complete with 30 prompts and dares to get something sensual started every time.

I Dare You, $15, Babeland

4. Kinky Cards

Kinky Cards is an umbrella name for a variety of games, but most people play by giving sexy values to a deck of cards (aces are oral; spades are ice cube foreplay; queens are p*ssy worship — you get the picture). One Reddit user actually created a really detailed version of the game, if you don't feel like making you own. But for the extra adventurous, all you need is your imagination and someone to play with.

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