Sensual etiquettes you must follow during your gay sex encounters! - NSFW

Outdoor sex can be thrilling and exciting but mostly you may end up having quickies instead of embracing the full form sex, so there are high chances for any person to skip basic etiquettes that must be followed during your gay sex encounters but when it comes to bedrooms, you need to know how to behave yourself as a sensible person rather than behaving like an ethicless animal. Right from inviting to climaxing, every single sensual behavioral pattern matters in the bedroom and it adds an impression in the minds of your sex partners. If you want to be treated like someone desiring to sleep with even though the sex is bad and messy sometimes, you need to portray yourself as erotically presentable!



  • Even though you get undressed during sex, it doesn't mean that you need to dress up as some homeless man when you invite over someone to your place. Of course, you don't have to be in suits too, but try to look appealing because before undressing, you need to look good in whatever you wear. And being presentable also includes hygiene. Clean every inch of your body. Try to look and smell good. If you are a gay top, take a shower and do an intimate wash. If you are a gay bottom, try doing an enema or clean your butthole properly to get rid of brown sheets.


  • No matter who invites who, always try to maintain your place clean, hygienic, and safe. If you are inviting someone to your place, make sure your place looks romantically engaging and sensually involving instead of keeping it as some messy shit because no one likes to have sex on a dusty mattress, sticky floors, worn-out couch, or stinky sheets. Use your passionate side to create a decent sensual environment. Because the surroundings do matter as they elevate the interest in a person to get comfortable during sex.



  • Even though it's a one-night stand or a casual hookup or a planned sex date, until and unless you communicate with your sex partner you never get an idea of each other's preferences, tastes, roles, likes, and dislikes. So, don't remain silent or directly get into sex soon after you enter the bedroom. Take some time and talk it out clearly regarding your desires, fetishes, and fantasies. Intimate conversations can be a better warm-up for a good sex session.


  • Talk about your sexual roles, what you desire to do and how do you like to be treated in bed. Some gays like going wild whereas some gays love being vanilla in sex and some of them completely like dominating their partner whereas some like being submissive. If you don't know how to treat your sex partner in bed, then that sex stands out as meaningless penetration.




  • Foreplay is a must. Period. You can't just enter the bedroom, start undressing, pull your penis out and penetrate your partner. Act sanely and be romantic. Sex is not only about genital intercourse, it includes romance, body play, nipple play, kissing, cuddling, blowjobs, rim jobs, and everything related to exploring, touching, and tasting every inch of your sex partner. It's one kind of sensual communication you shouldn't miss out on sex.


  • Gay sex is all about anal sex. So, understand the biology and anatomy of the anus of your gay bottom partner and the penis of your gay top partner. You must come in peace with the poop of your gay bottom partner if there's some kind of an emergency and also you must come in peace with your gay top's dick if it suddenly gets soft and takes time to get hard. Your real maturity, knowledge, and etiquette lie in perceiving your partner's body. If you feel awkward, embarrassed, and filthy, then sex isn't for you. Give a peck to your partner and leave his bedroom.



  • Never refer and call your sex partner in a demeaning way or something your partner doesn't approve of or something your partner doesn't like to get referred to. Some people like being called with their names, some people don't like to be named as baby or darling or dear whereas some people want you to treat and call them a slut. So, work accordingly. Know your partner and make a move. If you commit a mistake, then plant a kiss as a token of apology. Be romantically involving.


  • High fun is good and once in a while, it's fun. But if you keep having sex while being high on booze or any kind of delaying sprays, poppers, and pills, you don't get the authentic feel of sex and never get to know how your body acts in sex when you are sober. Moreover, you can connect with your sex partner completely only when you know what you are doing and especially when you get inside of each other by looking into each other's eyes. Be sober and embrace the true form of sex.



  • For the sake of sex, take everything out of your mind. Your stress, professional issues, financial pressures, emotional dilemmas, psychological concerns, may create disturbance for your intercourse intimacy. So, try not to rub your hurdles on your sex partner. For a while, get away from all those issues to appreciate your sensual moments. Don't look into your phones or attend calls during sex and never commit the mistake of turning your television on, even though you don't want your neighbors to hear your moans. Distractions kill the sex vibes. So, get away from diversions to focus wholly on your partner. Attention is the best etiquette in sex.