I’m only human. So when my wife and I, last night, spent the evening at a gorgeous outdoor spa with hot tubs, saunas, steam rooms, massage areas.. we couldn’t help but get pretty aroused.
The environment is made for two things – relaxation and sexual arousal. Visualize it – a 5 acre resort cut into beautiful Canadian shield wilderness; 10 huge hot, warm and cold pools cut into the natural rock, 6 large steam rooms and saunas each accommodating about 20 people, and a dozen or so small saunas for 4-6 people. And all in gorgeous natural wood. And interspersed across the resort – dozens of lounging areas, fire pits, bars and small restaurants. Check it out … Le Nordik.
Relaxation and Sexual Arousal.
My wife and I, while we enjoy relaxation, are certainly more inclined toward sexual arousal. So, what seems patently unfair is that the spa is certainly made to accommodate relaxation, there is no space for sexual arousal.
And, being the considerate person that I am, I don’t want to impose the consequences of my sexual arousal on the relaxation-seekers there (although they have no qualms exposing me to their relaxation).
The ‘relaxers’ don’t want to see (i) my wife and I making out on the hot tub.. how can we resist); us trying to find ourselves alone in the small sauna for a little oral sex (its sooo tempting) and, the ultimately fantasy (iii) just a tiny bit of covert sex in the super steamy steamroom who you think so one is there (oops… there was one person way on the other side .. how were we suppose to know with all that steam).
But what are we suppose to do? We could suppress the sexual urge, but that’s no fun.. the relaxers can relax at will.. anywhere.
They need a dedicated area for the sexually aroused. A small area – maybe one hot tub and one steam and one dry sauna – where the sexually aroused can go to play. Patent pending.