Sex in a pool or hot tub sure sounds exciting. Many TV shows and movies have steamy scenes that take place in the water. The idea of this “super wet” sex is erotic and romantic, but how safe is it? It is actually more risky than “dry sex”. Germs can be transmitted particularly easily in the water. Chlorine used to purify water increases the risk of ignition and can lead to allergic skin reactions. From a pregnancy standpoint, you should still use protection. If you do not own a private pool on your terrace or in your garden, a penalty for public offense could follow, so be discreet.
How does sex in the outdoor pool work?
Actually, a public swimming pool is the perfect place if you are a bit of an exhibitionist and get a kick out of the risk of being caught. Public facilities offer unlimited possibilities for lovemaking: in the pool, in the non-swimmer pool, in the shower, in the changing room… Just imagine what you could do on the water slide – if it were not for the hundreds of potential spectators.
How to get ready for sex in an outdoor pool?
If you are among multiple (sun) bathers, the top priority is to remain inconspicuous. So stay away from crowded areas like the diving board, water slide etc. Make sure the water is deep enough for you and your partner to stand; otherwise, the whole thing will be a lot more complicated. If possible, choose a whirlpool or any turbulent water, for example near a massage jet. The more movement in the water, the lower the chance for bystanders to see what is happening underwater.
Once you have found a suitable place, do not make the mistake of tearing the bathing suit off your partner’s body – because then everyone will know right away. Imagine the two of you are secret agents on a mission – H2O sex mission. Kissing is allowed, but it shouldn’t get too hot. Just pretend to be casual visitors to the swimming area, nothing more.
You can – and should – use a condom in the water if you are looking to protect yourself against STIs and pregnancy. It is best to put it on when dry, not in water. Getting into a public pool with a condom on and without causing any suspicion sounds like a task for James Bond, right?
Which positions are suitable for sex in a public pool?
Focus on what is happening beneath the surface of the water – possibly without including any bystanders. Gently push your partner’s panties to the side, but only as far as necessary for your project. You will have to pull your swim shorts down a bit, but be careful not to let your pale rear end shine too much underwater. The magic word is discretion.
Once the access is free of barriers, do not move fast – rapid movements look suspicious. It works best if, for example, your partner leans against the pool wall. You can then snuggle up to them. The less space between you two, the less there is to see and the more fun it is. Since you have chosen a spot in the pool that is not frequented by others, nothing should stand in the way of your wet and steamy H2O games.