Under water sex sounds hot right? Two almost naked bodies glistening in the summer sun… A flirtatious splish, a friendly splash, your body weightlessly wrapped around his for an intimate kiss and some cheeky under water touching.
It is hot, and it’s definitely easy to get carried away with the motions of the ocean when the touching develops into bona fide bumping and grinding. But before you go grabbing your bikini and your man you may want to consider the following facts regarding your health and under water sex.
SEX IN THE WATER FACTS
1. Water does nothing but wash your natural lubrication away. Making under water sex awkward and uncomfortable.
2. Chlorinated or salt water are not ideal to get inside a woman. It will cause discomfort and irritation in such a sensitive area.
3. Sex underwater is difficult to practice safe sex. Even if you do manage to come prepared with protection, chlorinated or salt water do not mix with condoms.
Basically, if you want to stay healthy, comfortable and also actually enjoy the whole experience, sex in a pool, in the ocean, anal sex under water or basically any form of penetrative sex in the water is better left for dry ground.
SO WHAT IS UNDER WATER SEX GOOD FOR?
Foreplay! And lots of it! So we’re back at the beach, you’re feeling great in your bikini and he’s looking oh so hot in his swimmers. Let your mind get carried away with a little fantasy and enjoy your time together by letting the anticipation build. By not being able to have actual sex underwater (besides the innocent foreplay) you are both going to be crazy randy for it by the time you get back to dry land. Importantly your mind is going to be ready for sex and in turn your body is also going to be well on its way.
SEX IN A POOL
But for those who still want to experiment, you can try oral sex in the water. This is easiest in a spa or on the steps of a pool with you sitting on the edge to avoid chlorine getting in to your vagina. If you’re keen you can even try giving him a blow job under water, still by the safety and relative comfort by the side of the pool.
If you are super eager and are already very comfortable with regular anal sex, you can try for anal sex under water. Although it is possible to experiment with in a pool or spa, you will definitely still need ample amounts of a silicone-based lubricant. And although this lube is condom safe, and water resistant just be mindful that it is likely to cause a bit of a mess, and chlorine and anal sex under water will usually only result in one thing: Ring Sting!
All in all remember that sex in the water equals excellent foreplay. So enjoy your day at the beach or the pool, come out of the water and share a kiss, wrapped together in one big fluffy towel… then race home to your bedroom.