Everything You Need to Know About Water Sex
Water sex has an intrinsic freeing quality to it. Perhaps it's the thrill of the chase or the increased sensation of intimacy. Maybe it's the allure of venturing into uncharted territory — literally.
Nevertheless, there are a few risks to be mindful of. This includes the risk of slipping, contracting an infection, or breaking a few laws (which you absolutely do not want to do).
But if you're up for the adventure and eager to learn about the problems that water presents, there's no excuse not to jump in.
When you're in the shower
Shower sex may be both enjoyable and intimate if you have a shower big enough for more than one naked body. Your shower's waterfall can urge you and your lover to come closer — and we don't mean just a little.
Showers are a terrific place to try out standing positions that you wouldn't be able to accomplish if you were having sex on a bed or couch.
Shower sex is also excellent for single enjoyment. Make the most of your alone time by figuring out what makes you happy. It's even okay to try massaging external parts like your nipples, labia, or clitoris with the showerhead. Simply avoid spraying water into your vaginal cavity, as this may disrupt your body's natural pH levels.
Shower sex is frequently performed standing up, which increases the risk of slipping. An anti-slip shower security mat can provide added protection and traction for your feet.
Give it a shot
Standing sex might be tricky at first, especially if both you and your partner are of different heights, but here is a good place to start. It's as simple as putting the receiving partner closest to the wall.
They only need to press against the wall for support if they want to face it. Alternatively, they can recline against the wall and point their points at the stimulating partner. If the shower is small enough, kids can support themselves by pressing their hands against the opposing wall.
If you're in the tub
Bath bombs and meditating aren't the only things you can do in the tub. Bathtub sex, in fact, can be a fantastic way to grow significantly closer to your spouse.
Bathtubs, unlike shower sex, let you to comfortably sit or laying down while partially or entirely submerged.
Being submerged in warm water exposes you to the risk of infection and affect your sexual health.
Adding bubbles, bath salts, or oils to the water might further raise your chances of getting a UTI. Although water won't spread a yeast infection from one person to another, participating in sexual activity underwater can.
To put it another way, you should avoid water intercourse until you or your spouse has recovered from the infection.
Give it a shot
You shouldn't be limited to underwater sex just because you're in the bathtub. Try sitting on the edge of the tub while your spouse goes down on you, or vice versa, to experience the best of both worlds. If you're worried about slipping, lean against a nearby counter or railing for support.
If you're relaxing in a hot tub
If a bathtub isn't big enough for you and your lover, a hot tub could be an excellent alternative.
Isn't it fantastic how the jets feel on your back? Imagine bringing that sensation into your foreplay.
In addition, most hot tubs include ledges and benches that provide ample support for changing positions.
Contrary to popular belief, having intercourse in a jacuzzi will not prevent you from becoming pregnant. In hot water, your odds of becoming pregnant are the same as on dry land.
Furthermore, immersing an outer condom (the type used on the penis) in hot water and chlorine may cause it to degrade.
This suggests it could rip or shatter in some other way. So, if you're trying to avoid getting pregnant, make sure you and your partner are both on board with your birth control options before you start.
Give it a shot
Face your spouse and straddle them as they sit on the bench for a comfortable position that allows you to rock yourself towards a sustained orgasm. Position yourself near a few jet streams for even more excitement.
A few general pointers
- Keep it a secret. Although you certainly have a lock on your bedroom door, most sorts of water sex aren't as secure - especially in the wide outdoors. You don't want to obtain a ticket for public indecency or be listed as a registered sex offender.
- You don't have to resort to intercourse. Experiment with different sorts of stimulation and your companion. You might even discover that what you enjoy in the water is not the same as what you enjoy in bed.
- The use of silicone-based lubrication is essential. Water-based lubricants wash away underwater, and water isn't a really good lubricant. Stay away from silicone!
- Condoms are still effective. If you intend to use a barrier device, such as an outer condom worn on the penis, put it on before entering the water.
- You can't get pregnant by ejaculating in the water. Ejaculate in the water surrounding you is quite unlikely to cause pregnancy. This is particularly true in hot water, where high temperatures can quickly kill sperm outside the body.
Simply put, take precautions and have fun. Water sex can be a fun way for you and your lover to become even closer than before — and a little wet in the process.
Just make sure you and your partner are on the same page by discussing any potential hazards or issues ahead of time.
If you're in a public location other than your backyard, you should also make sure you won't traumatize any innocent witnesses.