Three Interactive Ways to Spice Things up in Bed

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Fall is gaining ground, but that doesn't mean things need to cool down one bit. In fact, now that summer is drawing to a close, we think it's time to take things up a notch, and here are some ideas for going about just that.


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MAKE ART

Jeremy Brown’s Love is Art Kit comes with a plastic sheet, a 54 by 41-inch treated non-allergenic white cotton canvas, a four ounce bottle of organic, non-toxic, washable black paint, two pairs of disposable slippers and a body scrubber for washing off later. In short, $59 buys you everything you need to create an abstract painting with your bodies while having sex. The piece you make will commemorate the night (or day) of passion – and the best part? As an abstract, anyone is free to admire it, without knowing a thing!


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MONOGAMY -- THE BOARD GAME

Think Monopoly, but better. Instead of taking up real estate on the board, in Monogamy you’re moving pieces to unlock activities ranging from the entertaining to the erotic. The cards offer opportunities to get to know one another all over again, as well as sex directions for taking the passion up a notch. Every time you complete a cycle on the board, you move up a level, leading to more intimate questions and more intense suggestions for foreplay. At $40, it’s everything Spin the Bottle and Seven Minutes in Heaven should have been – only age appropriate.


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A TOY FOR TWO

Sexual aids are nothing new, but We-Vibe revolutionized the world of sex toys by introducing a toy designed for a couple to enjoy during sex in equal measure. The We-Vibe II, comparably priced at $99.99, is the second edition on the line of toys for two. Shaped like a U, one of the ends glides inside to delight both, while the other end remains positioned on the clitoris, to provide vibrations to take you over the edge.

AV Flox is the section editor of Love & Sex on BlogHer. You can connect with her on Twitter @avflox, Google Plus +AV Flox, or e-mail her directly at av.flox AT BlogHer.com

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