Pay Him a Compliment
Guys are suckers for hearing about their sex skills. "Men can feel anxious about their performance, so they really want to hear it from you that you had a good time in bed," says Judy Kuriansky, PhD, author of The Complete Idiot's Guide to a Healthy Relationship. Your flattering feedback will keep him from dozing—he's definitely gonna stay awake for this performance assessment—and kick-start light conversation, which you may be in the mood for right about now.
Give Him a Massage
Just because the sex is over doesn't mean it's hands-off. Massage is a great way to maintain that physical connection for you, while prolonging his buzz. For a more relaxing and sensual session, position yourself so that you're lying on your side, facing him. "Trace light circles on his torso. Starting at the chest, move around the navel, skim the pelvic bone and continue back up," says Steve Capellini, massage therapist and author of Massage For Dummies.
If the first romp has left you craving a repeat performance—but he's totally wiped out—turn your attention downstairs for some self-stimulation and leave the invitation open for him to take over. "Guys need time to recover before they can go again, and this is only made more difficult if they feel pressured," says Kuriansky. "So let him know you had an amazing time and you just want him to be there while you make the most of how aroused you feel."
Suggest a shower or bath for two. Any situation that has you hot, wet, nude, and invading his personal space is a winner. Start by taking turns slowly scrubbing each other's back, shoulders, and neck. Then press up against him for some sexy snuggling under the water, running your slippery, sudsy hands over his back and butt. The heat-soaked environment not only keeps your bods superclose, but it also actually prolongs the postorgasmic flush of your just-finished booty session. Here's how: "As the hot water hits your skin, it stimulates blood flow and circulation, which keeps your body feeling aroused," says Sandor Gardos, PhD, a sexologist in San Francisco.