Valentine's Night is just as exciting to look forward to as Valentine's Day, but unfortunately, you won't see as many ads for sex toys as you see for chocolates in February. You have to look around a little harder for Valentine's Day sex ideas, but they definitely are worth trying. And according to the just-released 2017 Millennial Sex Survey by SKYN Condoms, it's the biggest night for sex: 68 percent of Millennials report having sex on Valentine’s Day, which is more than those having sex on their wedding night.
Taking time to be conscious about your sex life instead of sticking to your routine can always improve your relationship, and the holiday provides a great excuse to take the time for that. You may have already heard the usual suggestions for spicing up your sex life, like doing it in a new place, using sex toys, watching porn together, incorporating dirty talk, and sexting in preparation for an evening together. If you haven't tried these, they're all good options. But since let's skip to some less commonly cited possibilities.
One way to switch up your routine is to incorporate all the senses, as well as the mind, couples and sex therapist Marissa Nelson, LMFT tells Bustle. She broke down some new things you can try in bed this Valentine's Day according to each of the five senses. Here are some ideas to make sex a multi-sensory experience.