Men's Health (Australia) - - Sex -

TIDY UP She needs to re­lax to get raunchy, and see­ing clut­ter won’t help, says sex coun­sel­lor Ian Kerner. Sneaky tip from in­te­rior de­signer Emily Katz: use wo­ven bas­kets to keep laun­dry off the floor. A plas­tic bin is a buz­zkill. AD­JUST THE LIGHT Think like a ho­tel de­signer, says re­la­tion­ship ex­pert Jes­sica O’reilly: “No over­heads, only lamps.” Put warm light on a dim­mer. A red light­bulb may elicit a chuckle – un­til she sees how flat­ter­ing it can be. In this new light, she can more com­fort­ably switch to a dif­fer­ent role. EDIT PHO­TOS Pic­tures from your younger (maybe fit­ter) days can be sub­lim­i­nally ef­fec­tive, says Kerner. They don’t have to be sex­ual; just make sure they show you look­ing awe­some and hav­ing fun. KEEP A SE­CRET BOX Stow your We­vibe toys, lu­bri­cant and mas­sage oil un­der the bed. Sneak in a “Look what I found!”

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