In my illustrated sexual humor book, Sex from Aah to Zipper (at Amazon), I recommended frequent home deliveries, where a lover rushes home to ravish you with undulating, tantalizing sex. Deliveries are made at lunch or before or after work, and they should be accomplished within thirty minutes of an arousing phone call. Anticipation becomes foreplay, and lovers can do lunch and each other.
Home deliveries are a superb way to schedule loving lust during a busy day without interferences from work or children. Milkmen laid the foundation for this exciting practice—as well as many lonely housewives.
Recently, a councilman in Sweden suggested that a paid hour from employers would encourage this frivolous dalliance in tempestuous pleasure as a way to make employees happier and better workers. This practice would complement parental leave and universal health care in Sweden.
Americans need to consider this proposal. We constantly complain that we have no time or energy for lovemaking. The home delivery is a creative way to balance the scales between work, children and sexual play. Workers would come back to work relaxed and euphoric. They would be enthusiastic about their work, and they would appreciate their employers for their caring concern.
Most Americans are frustrated with their workload, and with their lack of vibrant sex. This idea makes good sense. When they are old, most people do not wish they had worked more. They wish they had played more. This includes succulent orgasms in the middle of the day!
As a sex therapist, I often recommend home deliveries along with a picnic lunch and wild sex by a roaring river. I believe we can create more frequent and more imaginative sex lives if we simply apply ourselves and open our erotic minds.
My treatment plans in therapy include these and other suggestions. I emphasize playful lust and oodles of humor. It is common for my clients to laugh during sessions, which relieves anxiety and depression about their sometimes boring lives. There is no reason to view life as a series of tasks without fun—including sexual fun.
Strict religious edicts and government bullies cannot stop us from relishing eroticism together. Nothing can stop us except for our own self-defeating thoughts. Sharing fantasies and acting on them is the answer. Home deliveries are one of several suggestions I offer in my therapy sessions. This certainly beats therapists who ask how you feel, and state: “see you next week.” Enough of that! Let’s enjoy some useful insights and some playful fun!