November 16, 2012
With the winter months already upon us, the “holiday season effect” is about to be in full swing. I stumbled on a study, where researchers found that this “effect” includes sex. The holidays were discovered to be a time where sex is at its highest peak. Since Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s are just around the corner, it seems that sexual desire will soon be in the air.
I have always thought winter was less of a sexy season. There seem to be more opportunities to stuff your face with rich fattening food and zero opportunities to sun bathe by the pool. As snow begins to fall and the sidewalks begin to freeze over, we also begin to pile on layers and layers of heavy clothing. This means that ladies (and even men) are constantly covering up their bodies and keeping every inch of their skin under lock and key. There is also the temptation of skipping the gym, because isn’t the sight of your nice warm bed so much more enticing?
So this leads me to the question, what causes this increased sexual need? My thought- the layers. With so many clothes on, you’re bound to wonder what is hiding underneath. Why not wonder what it would look like in the glow of a nice warm fire or what it would feel like under a fuzzy warm blanket?
Since the days of short shorts and bikinis are long gone, the mind is only left to wonder. What is hiding under all those clothes?
And when the snow hits, what else is there to do besides find out? If you think about it, there are so many sexy things you could do this winter. Whether it involves a Santa hat or some peppermint candy canes, make that snow day exciting.
So don’t forget to meet someone under the mistletoe this winter or find your way onto Santa’s naughty list this holiday season, if you know what I mean.
It’s the perfect time of year.