While you need at least two people’s physical frames for something to be considered actual sex, it doesn’t end there.
What distinguishes good sex from bad sex is … well, everything else. It’s the context: where you are and how you feel, the lighting and the smell, whether you’re doing it up against the wall or in a plushy king-size bed.
One particular aspect of sex that goes under appreciated? Sound. As with cinema, when it comes to sex, the soundtrack can make all the difference. Putting on some music while you get it on can mask the sound for any people nearby, pump you up or relax you, and give you a tempo to move your bodies to.
The right music can turn some ordinary sex into an extraordinary and memorable experience, but not all music is a great fit. Regardless of what you typically listen to, some music …