Today’s Question(s) of the Day: 11/19/2019
We have a Google Home mini in our bedroom and always listen to ClassicFM regardless if having sex or just falling to sleep. We can turn on/off our nightstand lamps with voice commands as well. No I’m not worried about big brother listening in.
We don’t listen to music while having sex, not against it its just never occurred to us and I think anything with lyrics has the potential to be distracting for me. I am curious about sensory deprivation during sex with a blindfold and earbuds with music but we’ve never tried it.
I strongly suggest:
Bach’s mass in B minor:
My funny valentine: Miles Davis in Concert – this record bleeds arousal, anticipation and release… in absolutely NO hurry. Listen for the guy @ 1:52.
Both can function ambiently or intently as you like.
We rarely do, because for me it’s more distracting than helpful. Even instrumental renditions of songs I know, the lyrics come to mind and I start singing in my head rather than focusing on what’s going on and sensations. Songs that have no lyrics, if I have heard it with a certain scene of a movie or show, my mind brings up the memory of that scene.
I love music, it helps me get out of my head and focus on us. Lyrics are usually weird but not always. Some jazz can be VERY sensual and actually put me in the mood if it’s got the right sound to it. The main thing is that it has to work for both of you or it can be very distracting.