Wake and quake. Afternoon delight. A midnight booty call. There are 24 hours in a day and every single one of them can be a good time to have sex. But admit it: There are a few hours that you like best.
Are you an early riser? Love getting naked in the mid-day sun for a nooner? Prefer to do it at night under shimmering moon glow? That’s what we want to know, so think about these questions and post your thoughts below this Frisky Friday. We love hearing what the Bedsider community has to say!
When is the best time to get it on?
Why should we try your special time zone? What makes it your favorite?
What’s the least sexy time of day or night and why? (We confess: 7 p.m. on a Sunday is not our boot knocking fun day.)
And here’s a serious question for you: Can your birth control handle round-the-clock human relations?
The do-me-now methods work anywhere, at any time, and they include the implant, IUD, shot, patch, ring, and pill, as well as the irreversible sterilization option. And remember this perk: The IUD and implant are get-it-and-forget-it methods that can last for years. Also, male and female condoms are good any time—and every time—to protect against STIs. And just in case you have an oops moment, remember that emergency contraception (EC) must be used up to 5 days or 120 hours after unprotected sex. (Timing is everything if you have to use EC.)
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