Afterplay: definition of the most forgotten during sex

Afterplay, the counterpart to foreplay after intercourse, is one of the most important, if surprisingly neglected, aspects of the intimate relationship.

If you search for foreplay on the Internet, you will easily find a lot of information about it. However, if you search for this term, the information will be sparse. In fact, afterplay (and afterplay) is not yet a heading in most dictionaries. More disappointing still, there is no trace of him in major online encyclopedias like and to date. This may explain why it is a new concept for many people, especially men.

However, this should not undermine its importance. If there is no after-game, the intimate relationship will become unbalanced. And that’s why pre and post games are considered equally important. In this article I will try to close this gap. I will first describe after the game and then explain why it is an important practice in the relationship.

The three parts of making love

In order to have a successful sexual experience, partners must typically engage in the following three basic parts: foreplay, penetration, and afterplay. It is very similar to the introduction, the body and the conclusion of a book or an article. It is also comparable to the stages of human development. When you are a child, you are allowed to do certain things and you are forbidden to do others; Similarly, in bed you should start by teasing your partner and should not go any further at this point. After childhood comes adulthood with all its vigor and adventurous expeditions. And finally, we grow old and want to gradually relax. Similarly, you shouldn’t just roll over and start sleeping, and perhaps snoring, after ejaculation. This is because you have raised your partner to the highest during the last two parts of the intimate relationship, and now you also need to lower it slowly and gently until you hit the ground again, not suddenly throw it away!

How can I do that?

After play is all about kissing, stroking, cuddling, cuddling, complimenting, and any other act that shows your partner that you’re still interested in her, and that your interest hasn’t suddenly waned. In other words, show her that she is a love and life partner that you are passionate about, not just a sexual partner that you are not interested in after your passing desire.

You should take the time to do this. It should be as long as the foreplay. Generally, it should last 10-20 minutes. However, this figure is a mere approximation. People are different and you should keep watching your partner to decide when enough is enough.

Post game levels

There is a symmetric relationship between foreplay and aftergames. To illustrate, foreplay begins with a gentle kiss or touch, gradually increasing in intensity. On the contrary, the beginning of the after game, because it is immediately after ejaculation, is tense, like passionate kissing and tight hugging, and then gradually decreases. Simply, since the intimate relationship should not begin with the part of penetration, it should not end there.

Why is the afterplay important?

In addition to the above, it is believed that performing aftergames helps to shorten the foreplay portion of the next sexual session. To explain it, after-play will help her achieve a positive sexual experience. This will make her wish that the next time she is in bed with you, she will repeat this experience. In other words, it will prepare her psychologically for more “lovemaking” in the future.

Another advantage of the aftergame is its ability to make up for your shortcomings. Looking for a quick and easy solution to your premature ejaculation? Are you having trouble reaching orgasm? Do any of you suffer from a low libido? Try the afterplay to compensate for your emotional helplessness.

To conclude, men tend to focus on the action part, the middle part, of the intimate relationship. However, women tend to enjoy pre and post games more. Better communication between partners can help improve understanding of each other’s needs and wants.

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