Before you start, write down 10 or more things you want to "do" with your partner—role play, dirty talk, touching, stripteases, etc.—and send these saucy tips to each other.Then, as things progress, you can each pick a sexy task to do.Touch yourself slowly—either through manual stimulation or with a few sex toys—and tease him with a little peek-a-boo.
You might feel silly at first, but have fun: Video sex has a distinct benefit over sexting or phone sex—you actually get to see each other.
Pretend like you're in the same room and after a while, you'll actually feel like you are together.
My husband and I have been together for almost 10 years and have one child.
We are very openminded and compatible sexually, though our sex life has been through some ups and downs as we have grown as people and experienced child birth and child rearing.
He asked if I would participate, and I agreed in hopes of helping to satisfy his sexual mentality.
We broadcast ourselves having sex online a few times, having up to 1000 people watch, which completely turned my husband on and completely turned me off.I decided I wasn‚t going to join him again due to the uneasy feeling it gave me which kept me from enjoying myself.Ever since, I have known in the back of my mind that he still does this, and have gotten up in the middle of the night a few times to find him masturbating and video chatting publicly or with females who are at least scantily clad, if not nude and masturbating themselves.The first few years of our relationship, we did some wild things sexually, such as public sex, group sex, voyeurism, etc.We both enjoyed ourselves and were equally involved and responsible for our actions.During and after the pregnancy and birth of our child, however, our sex life went through some drastic changes, and we found ourselves with some sexual issues to work through.