The karezza is the hot new sex trend of 2018 – and it guarantees even BETTER orgasms (Daily Star)

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[Clearly there's a media push behind this couple and their laughable, pro-orgasm version of karezza. Huh??? Their "orgasmic hug" video is a hoot, but I can't embed it. WARNING: Watch out for extreme triggers if you go to the original article.]

MANY couples are incorporating the karezza method into their love lives.

A recent sex survey revealed that

While quickies can work to quench your desires, they may not satisfy you in the long-term.

Thankfully, there is a and more fulfilling.

Apparently karezza sex is the answer to many couples’ problems.

So what is the new intimate trend and why can it be so beneficial?

What is karezza?

The Italian term translates as “caress”.

As the name suggests, the practice encourages slowing down in the sack.

Just like , it emphasises foreplay and encourages you to give plenty of attention to your partner.

By incorporating plenty of touching, stroking, fondling and gazing, you can heighten your feelings of sexual pleasure instead of 

How can karezza improve your sex life?

By taking the focus off of orgasm, you are more likely to enjoy pleasure as it happens.

When you’re not rushing towards climax, feel good hormone oxytocin is released more slowly.

Experts believe it can improve intimacy and communication among couples.

How can you try karezza?

If you’re looking to incorporate karezza into your regular sex routine, there are plenty of ways to do so.

First, talk to your partner about slowing down your trysts.

Not only will this open up your communication, it will also help to establish any ground rules or things you may be uncomfortable with.

When trying out the technique for the first time, take small steps.

If you’re used to brief bonks, it is unrealistic to spend hours in the sack on your first time.

Instead, try lengthening your foreplay session for a few minutes each time.

Over time, you can train yourself out of rushing through sex.

While quickies can be fun, taking time to engage with your partner can help you to stay connected.

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