In This Chapter
K Engaging your brain for thinking as well as fantasizing >- Safe sex as part of that sweet seduction ^ More gooif reasons not to have sex too soon >■ Tough questions to ask while you still have your clothes on >■ Peeking into the future
Since this is a book about seduction, the underlying assumption is that, sooner or later, you're going to end up in bed with that attractive person you've had your eyes on. If you've stuck it out with me to this point, I can assume that you are acting with integrity, with the goal of creating a seduction experience that will be pleasurable and enriching for both you and your partner.
This is precisely why you need to do some intense soul-searching before the fact. At the same time you are plotting your delicious seduction, you also need to be asking yourself, and your partner, some probing questions (no pun intended). Even if you're not planning on spending the rest of your life with this person, give careful thought to what you intend to do. After all, you are about to embark on the most physically intimate act possible between two human beings. Not only does this involve potential physical risks, but there are significant emotional concerns as well. Despite what you've seen in the movies, in real life you can't just fall into bed with someone and assume that the details will take care of themselves.
Consider this, then, the reality-check chapter. I promise we'll get to the juicy stuff, beginning in the next chapter, but please don't skip this one.
Continue reading here: Sex in the 90s and Beyond A Cautionary Note
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