I don’t know if the Halloween hype is specific to Millennials but we can’t seem to start celebrating early enough. Although Halloween countdowns start appearing on my social media as early as March (yes, March), my friends and I will begin celebrating the spooky season as soon as the leaves start changing. Something about the autumn weather makes me want to cuddle up on the couch and queue up a marathon of horror movies and Halloween classics. The cozy fall weather also marks the beginning of cuffing season, where singles tend to pair up into relationships before the winter. What better to do with your new lover than celebrate Halloween in a fun, sexy fashion?
1. Watch some Halloween porn
Sex workers seem to love Halloween more than anyone because Halloween marks a) discounted costumes and props for camming and b) tons of opportunities for themed porn. Some sex workers will even devote their entire month to making spooky, sexy content so why not buy some indie porn and share it with your special someone?
2. Roleplay while in costume
Sexy Halloween costumes are great for roleplay year-round! Whether you want to try some of the classics like a sexy schoolgirl or French maid or explore some kinks dressed up in latex, you can enjoy roleplay any day of the year. It’s good to stock up on options if roleplay is already part of your sex like. Keep an eye out for those after-Halloween sales!
3. Do a spooky photo-shoot
A few years ago around Halloween, I went to Salem, MA with my boyfriend and our partner. She and I got dressed in all black while my boyfriend photographed us in a cemetery. We had so much fun spending the day together, enjoying the gothic energy of Salem. Whether you’re dressing up in spooky attire for a night out or would like to get creative with your Halloween photos in private, setting up a photo-shoot for Halloween is a great way to bond and make some lasting memories.
4. Kinky pumpkin carving
Pumpkin carving is a classic Halloween tradition that everyone should try out at least once. You can even make the activity a little silly or sexy by using pornographic images as reference photos to make your Jack-O-Lantern truly special. You can also paint or dress up your pumpkins for a kinky Halloween decoration. Maybe don’t keep these pumpkins out where the neighborhood kids can see but if you’re hosting an adult Halloween party, they’re going to be a definite hit!
5. Host an adult Halloween party
Depending on your social circles, this can be a vanilla social engagement or a sexy play party. For this event, however, make sure all the adults know to leave the kids at home with a sitter. Serve themed beverages, encourage sexy costume choices, play some party games, and let the night go wherever it may take you. Even if your Halloween party doesn’t end in a full-blown orgy, it can be a great opportunity for all the adults to get back to enjoying the greatest holiday on earth without having to make it about their children’s satanic lust for chocolate.
6. Stealthy sex in spooky places
Exploring abandoned buildings and graveyards are great Halloween activities but they can also be naughty ones, too. This one is for the exhibitionists who aren’t afraid of any ghosts because having sex in spooky abandoned or haunted places will certainly get your heart racing. Obviously, you’re going to need to be careful about this suggestion, and take it with a grain of salt. Make sure to avoid exposing yourself to non-consenting parties and have an exit strategy in case anyone crashes your romantic ghost hunt.
7. Perverse some wholesome fall activities
You can take any wholesome fall activity and make it sexy and exciting by adding a sneaky sex toy. You can use a remote-controlled toy, anal plug, or vaginal plug to spice up your apple-picking, hayride, or costume party. Just because you might be edging in public doesn’t mean that anyone else has to know what’s going on.
These were my favorite ways to crank up the heat on my Halloween celebration. Do you have any other ideas for spooky, sexy fun? Let us know in the comments!
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All writing and opinions are my own.