I read an article sometime ago in the Jamaica Star, and wondered if some Jamaicans really know what foreplay is; the article was titled "Did someone say FOREPLAY?" (by Shelly). Foreplay is defined as "sexual stimulation preceding intercourse."
At one point in class, if I recall correctly, one of my classmates pointed out that she was sexually active and she does not enjoy sex. She was then asked to describe how her partner and herself had sex. She replied, "well him jus strip mi, and we go straight into it. No dinna, no likkle touch, no nut'n!" ... Yes, some may say that this is really sex, but my class could not hold the laughter in. HER SEX LIFE WAS PITIFUL!
I'm not a "sex guru" or anything like that, but why settle for less? When you can strengthen your marriage or relationship! For the 'believers' in the Christian faith, please be reminded that the bible is not a sex guide, so do what you must to save your husband/wife from straying.
My parents have a lovely sex life, and they will sit us down at intervals to let us know what foreplay is (and no they didn't leave out the 'marriage' part)... I believe that all parents should sit their teenager/youth down and let them know what foreplay is, and the importance of it in their sex life.
Should it be at dinner, where you touch a little, or none at all? Should it on the drive home (or to 'the place'), allowing thoughts to overflow, giving you shivers? Should it be through hearing your spouse's voice over the phone? Guess what? .... Foreplay starts long before the bedroom...
PS: If your marriage or relationship is not working out, you may see a sex/marriage counsellor. It's never too late to start.