We all know stoned sex rules, but does weed actually make you better in bed?
Netflix and chill? By chill, I mean do a few dabs, maybe smoke a fatty or two, then have crazy hot sex while some psycho stalks and kills dozens of teenagers on the TV in the background. Does this sound familiar? If you call Mary Jane a close friend, there’s a pretty good chance you are accustomed to either saying it or hearing it. It’s no secret everything just seems better after smoking a bowl.
So, naturally sex is better when you’re high, right? How about your partner? Does smoking cannabis before sex make you and your partner better lovers? In an attempt to get a good idea how stoners really feel about tokin' and pokin’, I rounded up a mixed group of 50 potheads to discuss this very issue. Just so you get a good idea of what “mixed” is: ages 19-62, men and women, all races, and MANY sexual preferences.
The responses were damn near overwhelming and everyone involved was, well, very open for discussion on the subject. Unanimously, it was agreed that the glorious ganja did in fact make sex feel more magical. One stoner described it as “heightened senses of all types, as well as the feeling of being almost symphonic.”
Next on the list of questions, “What’s your preferred way to smoke the green before getting to the business?” The responses on this were split, 13% loved to dab the honey using one of those rigs from an online headshop, 15% liked to rip the bong a few times, 27% preferred to smoke a couple of bowls, and about 45% preferred to smoke a joint or blunt.
Now for a very important question, is your partner a better lover after they have indulged? The best part of this question was the hesitant responses, it was pretty comical. The popular response was actually a pretty great one. It’s not so much that it makes anyone better, but relaxes you and your partner, allowing the both of you to fully enjoy all the wonderful sensations. Quoting several of the women involved, “Marijuana seems to enhance the feeling of touching and being touched.” Others stated that it actually makes otherwise awful sex much more bearable.
Another important factor that needs to be addressed: how attentive to your sexual needs is your stoned partner? Ah, now this question caused a bit of a disruption among the group. Most of these reefer rippers claimed that they themselves were way more focused and conscientious of their partner's needs. Some couples agreed on this together, others were split. The partners that were split argued that sometimes their companion got a bit lazy and was quick to get the job done. Really? Was it the weed? Maybe it was a long week, or maybe they were just tired. It happens. (That was one of the chick's arguments, by the way, her girlfriend said that was invalid.)
It seems that overall stoners make quite suitable lovers and as for weed, it just makes sex feel that much more amazing. Along with just about everything else you do while high.