Have you ever tried to have sex in the shower? The tub? The pool? On the beach? It’s rarely as sexy as they make it look in the movies, unfortunately. There’s a lot that can go wrong, from tight, slippery spaces in the shower and sand on beaches. There are some ways you can work against this if you’re really set on getting it on in some sort of wet spot, but it might take a little foresight to do it right.

 

Fuck In Your Bathroom


While considering this part of the article, I was suddenly transported back to freshman year in college and the signs that appeared in all of my dorm’s bathrooms, asking residents to please not masturbate in the shower as that the large amount of semen freshmen seemed to be producing were clogging the drains. Looking back, it almost seems like a prank but it was legitimately posted by the RAs in our dorm. Thankfully for you, your private bathroom is likely a better place to get up to sexual hijinks, especially if you want to fuck in the water, and you’re not likely to have the sheer volume of ejaculate that was produced by dozens of hormone-infused freshmen.

That said, shower sex is awkward. It’s hard to position yourself safely, as these spaces are often cramped and slippery. Bath tubs are equally slippery and often too small for two people to comfortably sit in at the same time, let alone get it on. So here are some tips for fucking in the water and having sex in the bathroom:


  • You can use silicone lube, which is waterproof, but should apply it before getting in the shower or tub because it can make things a bit too slippery.

  • Get some useful accessories for positioning and anti-slip: there are suctioning handles and foot rests made specifically for making bathroom sex easier, and one of those non-slip mats would definitely be useful.

  • Waterproof sex toys! And I mean truly waterproof. There are many splash-proof options that claim to be ‘waterproof’ but which should not be used in the shower. High end rechargeable vibrators are often submergeable – Lelo has a special charging mechanism that makes them waterproof, and anything that uses magnets to charge (L’Amourose, Fun Factory, We Vibe, Je Joue) is also safe. Not sure if it’s submergeable? Either ask me or don’t use it in the shower.

  • Really plan things out – what will you need? Do you want to start in the shower and move elsewhere? Do you want to start elsewhere and then move into the shower? Prep and set things up where you’ll need them before things get started, because nothing is a mood-killer like looking for a towel or trying to set up your foot rests.

 

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Fuck Outside


There are even more ways to fuck in the water outside, but also was that pool, ocean, river - whatever aqueous outdoor hijinks you’re interested in - can go wrong. The most apparent way things can go wrong is that you’re out in the open, exposed, and easily discovered. I’ve discussed some of the ways to prepare for and avoid getting in trouble for outdoor sex in this recent post, so we’ll discuss some other considerations below:

 

  • Have a ‘go bag’ with everything you need in it: sunscreen if it’s during the day, towels, clothing, shoes, a blanket, beach umbrella…. As well as anything you’ll need for your sexy times like lube, condoms, and toys.

  • Don’t litter! Keep a little disposal bag in your go bag to put trash in. Be nice to nature. Leave no trace applies to outdoor sex too

  • If you can go somewhere private or remote, do so. Be sure to read up any rules of the particular location (if you’re going to a nude beach for example, and their rules include no sex, well… don’t have sex there, probably) as well as town or city, county, and state rules if you’re planning on going somewhere that is not your own or a friend’s private property. You must be prepared for the possibility that you may be caught by law enforcement and know the laws in the area if you do.

  • Preparation is key! Both in terms of thinking of what you might need and looking into legality.

 

Conclusion: sex in the water can be fun, but it can also go wrong in a lot of ways. Preparation can help you avoid unpleasant situations so you’re more likely to have a great time.

 

Caitlin is a writer, sex educator, consultant, and product reviewer who focuses primarily on issues of sex toy and accessory safety, pleasure, sexuality, gender, and more. You can learn more, or ask any questions, at their website- www.sex-ational.com.

 

 

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