Sex Club For Beginners
So I recently wrote a post about going to a sex club. Well there is a great Sex Club in Las Vegas that I highly suggest. It is called the Green Door. When I went I had a really great experience and made some friends!
One of those friends is Nacho, who is a long time patron of the club. He definently knows his way around this sex club business and even has a podcast inside the Green Door. Make sure you check it out on Youtube.
I got to ask Nacho for some helpful tips for a single male first timer coming to the Green Door. I really think these helpful tips are a must read for anyone thinking of going to a sex club.
Ideal times to go (or cum :)) to the Green Door:
Fridays and Saturdays are the best days to go. It doesn't get busy until about midnight. But the recommendation would be to arrive around 10:30pm and walk around to get familiar with the club.
Advice for a single first timer?
If you’re a talkative person and not afraid to approach people. Then take that approach and don't be afraid to introduce.
The longer you can have a conversation without talking about sex, the sexpert feels, have the highest chance on getting lucky.
If you’re not a talker, that's ok as well. But if you go the quite route, walk around, a lot of times, you'll walk right into an opportunity.
What do you talk about?
A typical conversation lasts usually around the 5-8 minutes frame. Then after that, you can just be honest. You can say something like “what you’re looking for?” and ask to play.
Asking is key:
Once you have had a nice conversation. You will always want to ask before doing. Ask to touch and ask to play - not to have sex. The word “Play” is a gentler word and ultimately a gentler way of asking do you wanna have sex.
Don’t forget to bring condoms, you never know what will happen. So it’s best to be prepared.
Remember to be kind to yourself... and book a trip to the Green Door in LV!
Photo Cred: The Green Door
Getting In The Mood
I have a lot of people ask me, “How can I get in the mood more often?”. My answer is if you’re talking about sex often, it’s going to be on the mind a lot more. But some of us don’t have a lot of people to talk to about sex. So what’s the remedy? Well, reading about sex is just as good as talking about it!
Here is a list I came up with of some erotica books and other media that come highly recommend! Check it out!
Self-Help and Self-Awareness Books:
Women Empowering Books:
Erotic Books for Women:
Erotic Books for Men:
Erotic Books for LGBT:
I hope this list has sparked something inside and take a risk!
Remember to be kind to yourself and get it on!
As a clinical sexuality coach, Katelyn works with individuals and couples to help them discover their best sex lives.