How to Have Safe Sex in Water
Having sex in a pool, hot tub or even the ocean always look amazing in the movies – but can it be done in real life? If you’re eager to give submerged sex a try, don’t dive in without reading these safety tips first.
The logistics involved with water sex can be a little more complicated compared to a standard bedroom hook-up. One of the most important things to remember is that h2O and condoms don’t mix. Chemicals like chlorine can make condoms less effective, and they’re prone to slipping off more easily in water.
To put you and your partner’s mind at ease, be sure to keep some backup condoms on standby. It’s also a good idea to keep a close eye on how your condom’s holding up while you get down to business.
Pack Plenty of Lube
Did you know that it can be hard to stay wet while having sex under the water? You’d think it would be the perfect environment slipperiness, but any natural lubrication tends to get washed away. This can make things uncomfortable for everyone involved, potentially ruining your wet sex fantasies for ever.
To avoid any friction, try using a silicone-based lube. This kind of lube might take a little longer to wash off, but it’s perfect for when you’re in the mood to get wet and wild.
Choose Your Location Wisely
Unless you’re lucky enough to have a pool (that can’t be seen by your neighbours), finding somewhere to have submerged sex can be tricky. Don’t even think about sneaking into a public pool after hours – even you don’t get caught, public pools aren’t exactly known for being hygienic. They also contain lots of chlorine, which can cause all kinds of nasty irritations.
Finding a secluded stretch of beach is always a good option – unless of course you hate having sand in your nether regions. If you’re running out of options, you could always invest in your own hot tub. Easy to clean and private, hot tubs are the perfect place to have water sex. It might seem like a lot of effort (and expense), but can you really put a price on great sex?
Play it Safe
It’s easy to forget that wet and slippery environments can be hazardous when you’re caught up in the heat of the moment. Even if you’re feeling confident, try not to go overboard with acrobatics. Experimenting with adventurous sex positions might seem like a good idea at the time, but you could slip and seriously injure yourself.
Having something to hold onto is the best way to make sure you and your partner don’t end up falling over. After all, nothing can ruin a hot hook up quite like an injury.
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