Let’s face it: chocolate is sexy. From its position as a bestselling Valentine’s Day present to the notoriously flirtatious green M&M, it’s clear that we have widely chosen that chocolate is romantic. Don’t worry; we’re not here to negate or challenge that reality. Whether you see chocolate as food or foreplay, we’re on your side. In fact, as chocolate fans, we have decided to take a closer look at its seductive reputation. How did chocolate become associated with love? What role can chocolate play in the bedroom? And most importantly, how could it find its way into your bedroom?
It’s time for all things hot chocolate… and we’re not talking about the drink.
The History of Seductive Chocolate
Get ready for the tastiest (and most titillating) history lesson of your life. As it turns out, chocolate’s romantic reputation isn’t just backed by our favorite rom-coms. It has roots in ancient civilizations and science. That means that excuses to indulge in this delicious treat aren’t going anywhere. You’re not eating sweets for breakfast; you’re valuing history! As you should.
Long before Forrest Gump declared that life is like a box of chocolates, chocolate represented numerous other things. Traced back to early Mesoamerican civilizations, chocolate is obtained from prized cacao beans.
When chocolate made its way to Europe, it was hailed as a miraculous elixir. Still, it wasn’t long before the widespread allure of the food made it go mainstream: the money to be made was simply too tempting. Chocolate bars, hearts, and desserts quickly became favorites among foodies throughout the ages and became the ideal gift for a loved one.
While chocolate may not have been the key to everlasting life, it’s not without its benefits. Dark chocolate is good for the heart, increasing blood flow to the area. L-arginine is also built into chocolate and causes blood to rush to… other areas. So it’s no surprise that chocolate is hailed as an aphrodisiac, as it has all the components for a good time!
Let’s wrap up: Your heart is involved, you’re in the mood, and chocolate is even known to relax you– making you feel good and comfortable. I think we see where this is going.
When the ancient Mayans and Aztecs added chilis to their hot chocolate, they were onto something. As it turns out, this sweet food is also very good at getting spicy.
Chocolate has bedroom appeal because it can exist at many temperatures and forms. Any product that can be warmed, melted, or cooled offers limitless possibilities for introducing tantalizing experiences and spicing up a bedroom experience. Add to that the fact that chocolate tastes good, smells great, and tends to get sticky, and you’re in for a lot of messy fun.
Hershey’s kiss, anyone?
How Can I Incorporate Chocolate into the Bedroom?
Perhaps you’ve already experimented with food play, and you’re looking to expand your menu. Maybe you’re completely new to this, but chocolate is delicious enough to get you to take the leap. Or maybe you’re not interested in this line of bedroom fun, but you’re never going to look at a Snickers bar the same way, thanks to this article. If that’s the case, we’re sorry.
But if you are into it, buckle up because here we go.
How to Use Chocolate in the Bedroom
You know you love sex and chocolate, but the question remains: how do you combine them? When you’re just trying to have fun with a partner, very few things can go wrong. For a bit more structure, here are some of:
- Chocolate Body Paint: There are several brands of chocolate body paint available in the market that you can use to create designs on your partner’s body, or even write sexy messages. It’s a fun way to get creative and explore each other’s bodies.
- Chocolate Fondue: Set up a chocolate fondue station in your bedroom and dip fruits, cookies, or even body parts in the warm chocolate. This can be a fun and intimate activity to share with your partner.
- Chocolate Whipped Cream: Use chocolate whipped cream to add a sweet and sexy touch to your partner’s body. You can lick it off or use it to create designs and patterns.
- Chocolate Bath: Draw a warm bath and add some chocolate-scented bath bombs or bubbles. This can be a relaxing and sensual experience for both you and your partner.
Approaching your partner about incorporating chocolate into your bedroom activities can be nerve-wracking, but it’s important to communicate openly and honestly about your desires and boundaries. Start by asking your partner if they’re interested in trying something new and then suggest some of the ideas mentioned above. Remember to always respect your partner’s boundaries and make sure that both of you are comfortable with the activity before proceeding.
In conclusion, chocolate has been associated with love and romance for centuries, and for good reason. It’s a delicious treat that can be used to enhance intimacy and pleasure in the bedroom. Whether you’re a fan of chocolate as food or foreplay, there are plenty of ways to incorporate it into your bedroom activities and create unforgettable experiences with your partner. So go ahead and indulge in your chocolate cravings, and have some fun while you’re at it!