There are several different ways to have intercourse. It can be rough and fast, passionate, slow, loving, hateful, angry, beautiful or just plain old vanilla sex. This guide will show you how to write a love scene that is plainly romantic, loving and wholesome. Note that not all sex scenes are like this. This guide has been written so that it could be used for any sexuality.
Set up the scene well and describe the location and setting so your readers or whoever you are para writing with understands what’s happening and where at all times. Common places for love scenes are the bedroom, a (nice) hotel room, a clearing in a forest or somewhere isolated; it is essential that your setting is somewhere that they won’t feel they could get caught in, such as a public setting or in their parents’ home. These are only suggestions; I’m sure you could make love in the backseat of a car, but from personal experience, seatbelt buckles are painful, not romantic.
Making love isn’t just a physical thing, it’s emotional. It’s opening yourself up to someone completely so they can see you for who you are, bare, naked and exposed - and I’m not talking about the lack of clothing.
So you generally begin your love scene with a kiss. The kisses before making love (yes, I am also rolling my eyes at saying ‘making love’ so much. It seems very outdated but it’s the only way to really describe the experience) are passionate, languid and sweet. You don’t need to rush it! Begin undressing the characters, and make sure your character gives a good detail of how they’re feeling right at that moment. Embarrassed? Loved? Excited? Afraid? Then start describing what they’re seeing.
Describing body parts can be difficult. If you have a hard time saying pussy or cock then I suggest you go and read some good quality smut and come back to your writing later. Your characters don’t have to voice the body parts; in their minds, its okay to say dick and tits. Here’s an example:
Peter peeled off Cassie’s shirt, watching the blush spread from her perfect breasts to her cheeks. His cock was straining against his jeans as she gently rubbed her hips against his. “God, Cassie, I love you,”
I’ll do a guide to foreplay, oral sex and heavy petting later on, but it’s understood that foreplay is essential; in writing and in real life. Generally once the foreplay is done, the characters are ready to have sex. It’s really important to properly describe how the characters are positioned; I’ve spent many a fanfiction trying to figure out how Hermione has her back bent like that, or how Stiles has that in his mouth but his bottom over there. It gets very confusing if you don’t accurately describe!
Missionary position is relatively easy to describe, just have your dominating character in this part of the writing to be spreading apart the other’s legs and leaning their hips against their partner’s. In this positions for straight couples and gay couples a lot of grinding can work well for both parties, but for lesbian sex generally only one person will be receiving any pleasure int he genital area. Doggy style is different, depending on how your character gets into that position. If they were previously in missionary, have your dominating character lean back and roll their partner onto their stomach. If they were simply kissing, standing or sitting, have the submissive partner turn around and remove their clothes seductively, so as to tempt their partner from behind.
Those are the two main positions used in smut and roleplays so if you want me to extend just ask!
For those of you who haven’t had an orgasm, I highly suggest you go and try it out just to understand how to write the finale. An orgasm rocks the entire nervous system, and usually involves some moaning and panting. Note that girls generally only making those sounds in porn films, so they don’t need to be moaning loudly or ‘screaming in ecstasy’. It’s just silly. A male orgasm is not as powerful as a female one but is much easier to accomplish, but a female one requires a build up and technique. It also helps to have a lot of emotion behind it too, which is why lesbian sex tends to be hotter, more passionate and generally wilder than straight sex; woman are wired to feel emotions better than men.
Things you can say about an orgasm include toes curling, sheets bunching, hair pulling, scratching, gentle biting, back arching off the bed, etc etc. When men have an orgasm, their hips usually thrust forward so as to finish deeper. It’s a nice touch for the ‘afterglow’ to have the characters cuddling or sleeping together, maybe add a confession of love or something like that.
If you need anymore help just ask me! Good luck writing xx