What Do Real Moms Want on Valentine’s Day In & Out of the Bedroom? Tell Us!

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good in bed logoLet's talk about sex! Of course everyone understands the basics, but do you really know everything you need to know? Sex ed is especially important this time of year, as Valetine's Day looms just two weeks away. So GoodInBed.com creator and sex expert Ian Kerner is gathering data from real moms about love, romance, and knockin' boots and he needs your help!

Kerner's new study delves into every aspect of sex. Did you know that nearly 70 percent of men and women expect to get busy during the week of Valentine's Day?

Other critical, Cupid-inspired questions: Does Valentine's Day inspire you to new heights of romance? Or does it totally bum you out? Is fun in the bedroom on Valentine's Day night a done deal, or is it a roll of the dice? Will you give or receive lingerie? If so, will it actually get worn?

Whether you are single or in a relationship, be sure to offer your advice and expertise to GoodInBed.com, so they can figure out what good sex is all about.

Do you look forward to Valentine's Day?


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Aeris... AerisKate

I'm one of those stick in the mud types that thinks Valentine's Day is a totally stupid holiday.  I think it's fun for kids and I'll probably do some crafts and cupcakes with my kids, but that's it.  So, no, I don't expect anything from my husband on this totally commercialized holiday and he doesn't expect anything from me.  

jalaz77 jalaz77

^^ I feel the same way AerisKate. It seemed like a fun holiday for awhile then I realized why should I be appreciated once a year. How about every so often. Plus flowers are so hiked up its not even funny. So now it's fun with the kids.

Elizabeth Ahmad

I'll be doing stuff for my daughter.  My husband and I aren't into Valentine's Day.

Felip... FelipesMom

Love sex, love Valentine's Day! But pressure to have sex, or to have realy good sex, on a given date just makes it less likely to be fun. I'm sure SO and I both hope to have hot sex on 2/14, but it's not big deal if it doesn't happen. If nothing else, there is the fact that it's on a weekday and we will probably go out - heck, we might be too tired for earth-shattering passion! What we will do is exchange gifts, he will probably send me flowers at work, I will take my son out to sit by a fountain and eat chocolates, and we'll probably go out. All of these things are important to us - I don't think either one of us would be OK with letting the day go by unnoticed - but the sex isn't a big requirement. Maybe we'll shake the earth on the 15th ;o)

nonmember avatar deb

Valentines day doesn't mean special sex around here and what's with the 70 % expect to get busy the week of. We've been married nearly a decade and were together YEARS before that and still have sex at 5-6 days a week... I expect no different on valentines

nonmember avatar Michelle

Well at this point a warm hot boby would sufice. The vibrator is starting to suck.

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