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  • The concept of "choreplay" - that women are more likely to want to have sex when their male partner helps out around the house - is a hot topic in research circles.

  • For many women, this extra time provided through so-called "choreplay" equates to a romantic prologue.

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  • If only men realized the powerful influence of "choreplay," a term I picked up from urban dictionary. com.

    Through The Illusion

  • The clever men at DadLabs call this "choreplay," and I was thrilled to see a section on the benefits of choreplay in their new book, "


  • Could somebody please inform my husband that I am NOT trying to be witty and original when I rave about choreplay?

    I Didn't See That In The Flyer

  • According to experts, the best foreplay for women is 'choreplay,' or when a man does household chores without being asked like the dishes, laundry and vacuuming. - Top HomePage-TopStories News Headlines

  • August 10, 2008 kgirl said ... nuthin beats choreplay. if he had done the shopping, he would have known that;)

    I Didn't See That In The Flyer


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    Leaving the unfortunate coinage of “choreplay”, do we really want to live in a world where men are only cleaning up around the house to get some? In a New York Times op-ed touting the new campaign, Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant tell the story of a woman who asked her husband to do the laundry. They write, “He picked up the basket and asked hopefully, ‘Is this Lean In laundry?’” I understand that the anecdote is meant to be charming, but in a culture where men are already taught to feel entitled to women sexually, I don’t find it cute in the least.

    March 9, 2015