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Travis explains why he enjoys foreplay better than sex. Sex is overwhelming to him and he is more interested in turning the woman on and pleasing her than he is satisfying himself. Travis makes it a mission of his to give women multiple orgasms so that they are satisfied and turned on. Seeing the woman turned on is what really turns Travis on. Travis does foreplay for hours without getting bored.

In Travis' opinion sex is overrated and not necessary to turn people on. Travis shares how intercourse is uncomfortable to him due to some sensory issues that he deals with. Travis talks about how he uses foreplay to turn a woman on and satisfy her. Many people ask Travis if he ever gets bored with foreplay but the truth is he really does not. He says he could sit and feel breasts for hours upon hours without wanting to do anything more. Since women are more into foreplay than they are sex this works out great for both parties especially early on in a relationship.

Women may want intercourse but they do not want it in the beginning like most men want. Being patient and just doing foreplay from the beginning is what will really turn a woman on physically and emotionally. Travis shares how he has a goal of making a woman orgasm ten times in an hour. Travis gets totally turned on by seeing a woman turned on.

This book is a great book on getting a perspective on autism and sexuality. Travis has autism and talks very openly about his sexuality and the things he likes about sex. Travis says he will always enjoy good foreplay more than he could ever enjoy intercourse. He shares how intercourse can be uncomfortable for him because of sensory issues.

Travis tells all of his secrets in this amazing book on sexuality issues and autism. Here is an excerpt from this book.

"A lot of times sex does not work well for woman because there are men who are not as into the foreplay aspect of it as I am and they can make it very difficult for the woman to orgasm. Women are a lot slower and need more attention to detail in order for them to orgasm. You have to prime her and prepare her for intercourse if that is something that you want to do with her. You cannot just jump right into intercourse and take her pants off to have sex with her if you have not even kissed her or felt her breasts or sucked on them.

The entire sexual experience for woman is a process and for men it is just about getting in the hole and getting off. For woman there is more feeling and thought involved with sex and I do not know why but I think it is because of my autism. I think a lot more like a woman than I do a man when it comes to sex. Sexuality is very important for people with autism to understand. People with autism need to know exactly what safe sex is and how it works.

Perhaps the best thing about just liking foreplay without having intercourse is that you do not necessarily have to worry as much about being safe and protective. If you are only playing with a woman’s breasts and not accessing her vagina at all then there is less of a chance she will get pregnant and less of a chance that you can spread any kind of sexually transmitted diseases."

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