By Dr. Marianne Brandon
It's that time again - the trick-or-treaters swarming the streets, the leftover candy you take to the office so you don't gain five pounds before the holidays even begin, and the piles of pumpkins at the grocery store. Fun? Yeah, maybe.
Well let's turn that around. It's time to make Halloween all about adult playtime!
Ladies and gentlemen, it's high time we took this holiday over as our own; and what better place to start than in the bedroom? Think about it - Halloween offers you a fabulous excuse to dress up and role play. Hasn't there been some fantasy that you've wanted to act out but have been a little too self-conscious to do so? Enter Halloween - the ultimate excuse for sexual experimentation! After all, it's all about costumes, isn't it? Ladies, being a witch never looked so good! All you need is your black high heels and a black thong. Maybe find that dark lipstick that you threw in a drawer because it made you look so pale. Tonight, pale is good! And if you've got the time, add that gothic dark purple nail polish you haven't worn in a while. You see, a good witch may be hard to find - but surprisingly easy to create. Need a prop? Finally you have a use for that broom in your closet! A broom pole can serve as a fabulous dance pole in a pinch.Click here for the complete article on how to make this a Halloween to remember! You might decide that it's your new favorite holiday!
For more from Marianne Brandon on genConnect:
- 5 Illusions That Can Ruin Your Sex Life
- 6 Reasons Why Men Are More Inclined to Pay for Sex
- 4 Lessons I've Learned as a Sex Therapist
- Orgasms: What You Didn't Know
- Making Monogamy Easier
About the Author:
Dr. Marianne Brandon is a clinical psychologist and Diplomat in sex therapy through AASECT. Dr. Brandon is Director of Wellminds Wellbodies LLC in Annapolis, Maryland. She is author of Monogamy: The Untold Story and co-author with Dr. Andrew Goldstein of Reclaiming Desire: 4 Keys to Finding Your Lost Libido. She co-hosted the talk radio show, In Bed with Dr. B and Ted. Dr. Brandon is a past book review editor for the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors, and Therapists. Dr. Brandon writes for professional publications, and has contributed to More, Redbook, Self, Men's Health, Woman's Day, and Cosmopolitan magazines. She regularly lectures to sex therapists, physicians, psychologists, and the public.
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