I have always wanted to know what it would be like to see a woman have her way with me. I have always had a lot of decisions to make in life, a lot of stress, and it would nice, if just for one night, if a woman would have her way will me, and leave me to wonder, with the trust I have in her, does she know how to bring me to the point o…
This comment reminds me of the “Sensate Focus Exercises” promoted by Masters and Johnson. It was used primarily for erectile dysfunction, but I think it could have a much broader usage for couples who wish to explore their sexuality.
The technique forms the plot of the very funny movie, “Hope Springs,” with Meryl Streep, Tommy Lee Jones, and Steve Carell.
Basically, one partner is active, the other passive. It is the active partner’s job to administer touch. The only responsibility for the passive partner is to say, “I like it,” or “not so much.” Then the roles are reversed.
I don’t think this needs to be limited to a “therapeutic” exercise. It’s perhaps a bit more clinical than your fantasy, but I think couples could benefit from some variations of it.