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Brooks Laich Opened Up About His Sex Life With Julianne Hough, Which Includes Toe-Sucking

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The happy couple got very candid about their sex life on Laich's podcast How Men Think.

Opening Up On His Podcast

Julianne Hough is getting people talking about her Women's Health cover and her fluid sexuality, and her husband, hockey player Brooks Laich, has been opening up about their sex life on his podcast How Men Think.

She's Pretty Into Feet

According to Laich, Hough enjoys having her toes sucked.

"I do that. My wife really enjoys it when I suck on her toes. True story. Hey, we play around. Why not?"

However, since his feet spend so much time in hockey skates, he doesn't ask that she return the favor.

"No, I would never [have her do that to me]. My toes are in skates and workout shoes. I can shower and soap them up, but I would never."

What Turns Him On

While toes aren't his thing, Laich did open up a bit about what turns him on.

“I really like an environment. So I like some dim lighting, candles on, music. I like that, but then also something specifically that really gets me in the mood would be when my wife wears lingerie. There’s an element of risqué, there’s an element of desire and lust and also a little space there. So if she wears lingerie but she’s just five or six feet away, or maybe she just walks around the bed a little back or walks back, just creates a little bit of space there, is something that’s very erotic for myself.”

Finding Their Groove As A Couple

Hough has been open in the past that the key to intimacy is communication and working together as a couple.

"A lot of people don’t know even what they want. My curiosity has saved my life and honestly saved our relationship many times because we’ve been curious about like, 'Hey, something doesn’t feel right. Instead of just accepting it for how it is, let’s look into something.'"