By MailOnline Reporter. In he made a throw-away comment about seven-hour tantric sex sessions. The chart topper, who is married to Trudie Styler, was once again forced to clarify his infamous statement during an interview for Bravo series Inside The Actor's Studio, this week. Clarifying: 'If we had seven hours, I would demonstrate,' Sting responded, to laughs and cheers. The show's host, James Lipton, asked him to explain what he meant before a live studio audience.
Tantric Sex Techniques to Enhance Your Connection
Music legend Sting faces backlash for bragging about his five-hour sex sessions - Daily Star
What is Tantric sex and how can it spice up your sex life? Put simply, it involves slowing down and enjoying all of the build up to the main event, rather than rushing to get there. The opposite of a quickie, Tantric sex is all about enjoying each other and increasing intimacy. If that sounds confusing, think of it this way — if quickie sex is the sexual equivalent of a takeaway, tantric sex is a Michelin-starred meal, slowly and lovingly prepared and all the more delicious thanks to the wait.
Sting clarifies THOSE infamous comments about tantric sex with Trudie Style
Say the words "tantric sex" to the average American adult, and their associations may be few and far between. In popular culture, it's even been the butt of jokes: Think the reaction to Sting's infamous claim of hours-long lovemaking sessions with his wife Trudie Styler though he's since walked that back , he stands by the practice , and the women of Sex and the City veering between skepticism and nervous giggles as they watch a self serious, caftan-clad instructor bring her husband to climax. Tantric sex is often misunderstood in the Western world, but its techniques can deepen or revive the connection between you and your partner. When applying the practice in her own long-term relationship, Martin says, "there's always a ritual for us to try, a new dimension to explore. Here's what you should know about tantric sex, and some expert-recommended beginners' techniques to try at home.
The British Museum gave the musician a telling off yesterday for misrepresenting a movement that was meant to be about spiritual fulfilment. Imma Ramos, curator of the tantra exhibition to open in April, agreed that there was a sexual element to the philosophy. But she insisted that it was nothing like the image projected by Sting or festivals in North America.