The Best honeymoon sex guide for newlywed couple.

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A honeymoon is like Christmas vacation after final exams. It is a continuation of the myth you try to create at the wedding. It’s totally unreal.


Here is a smart honeymoon sex guide for newlywed couples as requested by the readers of my blog.

This post is written, as an answer to the amazing questions that I receive daily in my email from my newlywed readers who want to know how they could have a great sex experience with their new love during the honeymoon. Some of the questions about honeymoon sex frequency or “How many times do newlyweds have sex per day, will be answered I’m this post.

If you are one of those that asked the question, wait for the answers. but understand that you are not alone in this

A lot of people ask that question too about sex. The truth is that sex can be very tricky sometimes because everyone has a preference, liking, and desire when it comes to getting satisfied during sex.

The women want it just the same way men do and if you are not sure how to go about it, one person gets more of it than the other.

Now it’s time to enjoy the first sex life with a brand new person that you are obviously so much in love with.
It’s a brand new experience for you and you are not sure how to go about it.

Don’t worry -:))

In this post, you will learn how to have a wonderful sex experience during your honeymoon.

Honeymoon Sex Guide For Newlywed Couples.

Honeymoon Sex Guide One- Let Your Spouse Know What You Want:-

Never allow your mind to decide what you have, when your heart knows what you want.

RJ Intindola

You should tell your partner about your expectations for sex during your honeymoon.

You cannot afford to keep it inside of you or your sex life will gradually deteriorate until it becomes so bad.

A famous Sex expert Dr. Ruth after research says that “Communication is the key to bedroom bliss throughout your marriage”

That simply means

You have to let your partner know your likes and dislikes when it comes to sex, so the two of you can work to always make it better.
I really understand it can’t be an easy task for you, especially when you haven’t known each other better.

But, if only you can summon the courage to do so, then you have only insured your sex life forever.

Honeymoon Sex Guide Two- Discover Your Sexuality: –

Discovery is seeing what everybody else has seen, and thinking what nobody else has thought.

Albert Szent-Gyorgyi

Sometimes things don’t become the same sexually after years of marriage.

The author of the “Sex smart the bestselling sex book on Amazon Aline Zaldbrod Ph.D. said, ” getting married takes away the thrill of feeling desperately sought after, and it is not uncommon for women to find out that their desire goes down at this point”.

To keep your sex drive high and active all the time, you’ve got to discover your sexuality, know exactly how, when, and places you want your partner to touch to give you the maximum satisfaction you need, and communicate it to your partner.

The fact still remains that:

Getting satisfying sex life starts and ends with understanding and acknowledgment of our personal sexual needs.
It is obviously in our hands and not our spouse’s responsibility.

Honeymoon Sex Guide Three- Learn To Give And Take Pleasure During Sex:-

The whole point of collaboration is that you give and take from each other, and that’s how you create things that are totally new.

Virgil Abloh

You have heard and read so many books on sex and you are at the crossroads now about how good to make sex satisfying and enjoyable too.

You have also nurtured in your mind about who will be on the receiving or giving side during sex.

The answer to this is that you take as much pleasure as you can and also give as much pleasure as you can, whichever way you choose, but just remove selfishness as you play the game.

The truth is that when you give pleasure, you are giving your partner the opportunity to receive and vice versa.

Sometimes also our partner, is satisfied and received so much pleasure when you receive all they are able to give, so don’t be afraid to do any of these.

Honeymoon Sex Guide Four-year Keep Good Sexual Hygiene: –

Good grooming and hygiene are essential. It’s never too early to start being concerned about your appearance – first impressions are everything.

Robert Parish

Keeping a good hygiene after sex is necessary. It is not about hopping out of bed immediately and rushing to the bathroom after the action; but cleaning yourself after making love can protect you and your partner from infections. Take a little time to wash the area close to your genitals with warm water. Make use of any gentile soap, but avoid it if your skin is sensitive or already have infection.

For the men that have foreskin, try to pull it back gently to enable you wash the underneath.

It is also good to pee immediately after making love; this helps to flush out the bacteria that would have gone into your Urethra during sex. Keep your health under check after the wedding.
Some couples go on their honeymoon with infections, cyst, and urinary tract infections.

Honeymoon Sex Guide Five Your Genitals Are Not All You Have: –

Climbing Mount Everest is more satisfying than standing at the top; flirting and foreplay are more exciting than having an orgasm; and conducting groundbreaking lab experiments is more interesting than receiving praise and prizes.

– Author: Yuval Noah Harari

Sex is made to be enjoyed with our genitals, but your whole body can play a very important part too.

Pay more attention to using your finger and tongue simultaneously during sex.
Most women enjoy it more when you stimulate their clitoris and men feel good when you suck and stroke their penis. Foreplay works like an appetizer before the main mean, and sometimes, it’s even better than the main sex.

Foreplay triggers the physical and psychological responses that results in enjoyable sexual relationship. Don’t neglect it, and don’t be to fast to stop when your spouse is beginning to enjoying it.

Just make use of any part of your body to make sex enjoyable for you doing the honeymoon.

No dull moment.

Honeymoon Sex Guide Six- You May Not Bleed Even Though You Are A Virgin.

Like a virgin, hey

Touched for the very first time

Like a virgin

With your heartbeat

Next to mine


You have had your first-time sex with your partner, and as a virgin, you expected to see blood but that didn’t haven.

Don’t be afraid, it happens that way sometime, but that doesn’t change the fact that you are a virgin. It is absolutely normal whether you bleed or not. The female sex organs have a thin tissue called hymen, which stretched across the opening. Most times during the first sex, the hymen get stretched, therefore causing pain or bleeding.

Note also that most times your hymen would have stretched naturally during sports or using your hands or object. There are also the possibility that you have a little hymen tissue, that’s why you didn’t bleed after your first love making with your partner. So don’t freight or feel weird when you see something like that happening to you.

Honeymoon Sex Guide Seven- Orgasm May Or May Not Happen.

Many lovers are ‘off to the races:’ Hurtling towards orgasm, they miss the excitement of sensual meanderings along the way.

Alexandra Katehakis

This is your first night after the wedding so expect anything to happen. Have high expectations, plan how to make the first exuberant.

However, every one of your expectations may not happen the way you expect them. For example, if you expect to have orgasm during your sex and it didn’t happen, then forget it and plan it for another night. Orgasm happens differently in women; that means what works for your friend may not work for you.

Sexioligist Carole Altman, PhD, said that “every woman must own their orgasm.” That means you shouldn’t wait until your partner makes it happen. Take time to discover what is holding you back and how to deal with it.

Below is the checklist of what can withhold orgasm.

  • No foreplay or not enough foreplay.
  • “Anorgasmia.”
  • Lack o clitorial stimulation.
  • More than enough changing of position.
  • You are turning out mentally without knowing.

For whatever reasons why you didn’t have orgasm during your first sex, forget it and plan for another night.

Honeymoon Sex Guide Eight You May Feel Some Pains During Sex.

Pleasure of love lasts but a moment. Pain of love lasts a lifetime.”

― Bette Davis.

Don’t be surprised also when you feel some pains during your honeymoon sex. It is a common thing among women.

According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologist, about 75% of women do have pains during sex.

So many women quit dating or avoid intimate relationships because of pains. My advice to you is to see that as normal, meanwhile, you can choose to see your Gynecologist after your honeymoon.

Honeymoon Sex Guide Nine- Take Lubricant With You.

Using lube has been known to make penetrative sex last longer, and even a drop in the well of a condom can make wearing one a lot more comfy.

Elle Chase

If you haven’t had sex before, then you should expect to have a painful sex experience, especially during penetration

If you have your lubricant handy, it will aid penetration thereby giving you a better experience. You can use lubricant any time you want to make love to your partner and not only when sex is painful, it makes sex easier and sweeter. Normally, vagina produces it’s lubrication to facilitate sexual activities. It helps to reduce friction and increase sexual comfort, thereby minimizing irritation or feeling of soreness.

Sexual dryness is a common phenomenon in women, especially during sexual intercause. Artificial lubrication will help you to reduce the vaginal dryness, most times it comes in different flavors and textures to suit every need. Always keep it handy, to help your spouse and to make the moment less stressful and more enjoyable.

Honeymoon Sex Guide Ten– Do Well To Communication

Honest, open communication is the only street that leads us into the real world… We then begin to grow as never before. And once we are on this road, happiness cannot be far away.”

 ― Joseph John Powel.

In as much as we find it pretty hard to talk about sex and how to enjoy it better in our marriage, yet it is the best thing that helps make our sex life better. Marriage experts have proven that lack of quality communication is the biggest hurdle that hinders our rocking sex life.

Communicating effectively and letting your partner know what to do at a point in time can give you the best experiences you’ve never had before during sex. It is also important to pay attention to what your partner wants or don’t want, says Antonia Hall.

The trick is to be as open as you should be to discuss about your sex life and what you should add or remove, and the new inventories you wish to introduce.

In Conclusion.

Dear, I am glad to write this wonderful honeymoon Sex guide to show you the best ways you can enjoy sex during your honeymoon. It is always an exciting time to enjoy sex for the first time with your spouse. People are looking forward to that day, and I know you are two.

However, remember that the honeymoon is not just about making sex, it is all about knowing yourselves better. Use the opportunity better to learn from each other. Learn your love languages, learn your communication styles, and learn about your sex lives.

In this post, I discussed all about your sex life as you enjoy your honeymoon. Follow the steps I explained in this post and you will have a glorious honeymoon ever.

Remember to invite me nine months after the honeymoon; you know what I mean!

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