09 Oct 2012

Why is Fall the ‘Season of Sex’?

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The following post on huffingtonpost.com is worth a read. The writer explains that the fall season is a great time for couples to be intimate, and there are a few reasons why. It’s chilly, but not enough that people have their heat on, which means a lot more cuddling. Hot apple cider is romantic, fall clothing is sexy, and it gets darker earlier. Halloween can be a turn-on with dress up and role play, and the author suggests that Maple syrup can be used in sexy ways.

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Why is fall the ‘season of sex’?


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