Slow Sex Is Best

Jennifer Parks explains why even men’s magazines are promoting long, laid-back erotic encounters, rather than quickies.

For a culture enamoured by fast cars, drive-thrus, instant messaging and work productivity, it’s no surprise that “wham-bam-thank-you- ma’am” is part of our pop-lexicon.


To destination-oriented lovers, in this age of speed, erotic deceleration may seem counterintuitive, but more and more people today are starting to wonder “what’s the big rush anyway?”

Slowly, but surely, every facet of life – work, travel, communication, food and even sex – is being touched by the emerging desire to do less and enjoy more.

Slow, it seems, is the new fast. Read more

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