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"Back in our garage, my husband wanted to take another few pics; he asked me to take off my dress but leave my seatbelt on"

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Seatbelt sex can be a massive turn on, especially in sporty new wheels.

Seatbelt sex can be a massive turn on, especially in sporty new wheels.

Seatbelt sex can be a massive turn on, especially in sporty new wheels.

Open-minded and practical, Dr Angela Brokmann has answered the nation's sex problems for 18 years. Here, she answers your dilemmas.

Dear Angela: A couple of weeks ago my husband (41) and I (28) decided to take some sexy photos. Instead of just doing a photo shoot around the house, we took my husband’s brand-new Mercedes out for a spin.

Our first stop was the beach; my husband took some nude pictures of me in the dunes, and then we drove on to a small waterfall nearby and took some pics there.

After a few minutes, I got so cold that we decided to drive home. Back in our garage, my husband wanted to take another few pics; he asked me to take off my dress but leave my seatbelt on. Next of all he was all over me, and we had sex on the passenger seat of his car. Later on my husband admitted that the seatbelt had turned him on so much. Is that a fetish? Should I be worried?

Answer: Seatbelt sex is a bit like bondage, one of the most favourite sex games out there.

Add the fact that most men love fancy cars, and you’ll see why seeing a woman wearing nothing but a seatbelt in a brand new Mercedes can be a huge turn on.

Your husband probably does not have a full-blown seatbelt fetish, but just a harmless, playful seatbelt kink.

Email your problems to

  • Dr Angela Brokmann dr.angela@sundayworld.com

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