While a select few of us are fortunate enough to experience this frequently, most people usually just dream of waking up in the morning to the sweet smell of sex. Either way, morning sex is something everyone craves no matter what types of fetishes you’re into – but is morning sex as great as you’re expecting it to be?
In order to answer this question, we need to break down this rare event and look at the benefits and disadvantages of screwing being your very first activity in a day. Without further ado, here are arguments for and against morning sex.
Let’s start with the good side of doing it as soon as you open your eyes. Only a few things in life can compare to waking up next to your partner, whom you truly love – which means that it’s all the better when you get intimate with them once you wake up!
The morning is arguably the ideal time for intimacy. You are alone with your partner, both of you are either completely or partially naked, you’re already in the same bed, you’ve got nothing better to do for the next hour or so… Once you add everything up, it’s a pretty good scenario.
Another reason why morning sex is a yay is morning wood. While men know what we’re talking about, here’s an explanation for the ladies: sometimes guys wake up with a battle-ready boner. They’re not especially horny or anything, but if the opportunity was to present itself, they would be absolutely ready to seize the moment in an instant.
Finally, let’s not forget how awesome your day gets to be once you start it off with some good shagging. Usually, both partners have more energy and motivation to go about their day than usual – and having morning sex doesn’t mean you can’t have night sex, which is also a big plus.
It’s not like we’re eager to find flaws in an activity we all adore, but we have to be fair and realistic if we want to come to a healthy conclusion. In that name, let’s talk about why morning sex isn’t exactly heaven in your bed every time.
First and foremost is morning breath. Porking in the morning implies that neither you nor your partner have had the chance to go to the bathroom, which means there’s a good chance that at least one of you has a bad case of morning breath.
If that wasn’t enough of a turndown, there’s also a chance that one of you will have to pee at that time, which can lead to a postponed and less enjoyable orgasm.
Lastly, some people just don’t like morning sex. We know it sounds impossible, but there are individuals (mostly women) out there who just don’t like the laziness, the bad hairdo and the possible halitosis that may come with a morning shag.
Now, let’s answer the titular question. Morning sex – yay or nay? Mostly yay, but it ultimately depends on your and your partner’s preferences.