Good sex is like the ocean: you can lose yourself in it. Since some lovemaking can’t be wet enough, what could be more natural than moving your love games into the water?
Get to know the coolest tips for hot sex in tub, pool or the sea. Hopefully we can convince you to try doing it “the aquaman-style”.
Pros of having sex in water:
During physical exertion, you have to expend more energy than in the dry because of the higher density. Good side effect: You burn more calories (in case you need a convincing argument for doing more sports) without putting too much pressure on your tendons, ligaments and bones.
According to Archimedes‘ law, a body in water becomes lighter – it “loses” the weight of the liquid it displaces. So if you’ve always wanted to try out the acrobatic positions of Kama Sutra, do them using the buoyancy in water.
Cons of having sex in water:
So far, there is no scientific study defining the perfect conditions for an erection in water. The rule of a thumb for men is ‘the warmer, the better’. However, be careful, since germs spread easily in hot liquids. Many pathogens feel most comfortable at 40 degrees Celsius.
Water can wash away the lactic acid bacteria found on the genitals and prevent infectious diseases there. Suddenly your best piece is exposed and unprotected. Typical forms of the disease are genital fungi, which then lead to itching and reddening of the skin. In this case, too, the following applies: use a condom.
Chlorine and salt water increase the risk of ignition. Both can also lead to allergic skin reactions. Salt water has a magnifying glass effect on the skin, which is why sunburn is inevitable in the open air. Tip: As a precaution, use waterproof sunscreen when making love in the sunshine – or limit sex to a quickie.
How does sex in the bathtub work?
Sure, the domestic ceramic tub cannot compete with a dream beach in the Caribbean. Yet, it is the ideal environment to discover the wet element for lovemaking and relax after a long day of work.
Turn on the tap, preferably together with your partner – this way you can agree on a temperature. Stand behind your loved one while the water is running into the bathtub. Kiss the neck tenderly, check the water temperature with your hand and let a few drops trickle over your partner’s naked body. If you then gently blow on these areas, it is as tingly for your partner as an ice cube melting on velvety skin. For women, this can be very exciting, especially on the breasts.
Get ready for sex in the bathtub!
Under no circumstances should the bath water be cold – otherwise it is hard to get excited and have an erection. The ideal temperature is between 30 and 32 degrees. Don’t let too much water in – after all, you and your companion should still fit in the bathtub without causing a tsunami. When your bodies are in full action, you don’t want the water splashing over the edge of the tub and flooding the bathroom. By the way, you should better do without a stimulating bath additive – the latex of the condom could take offense at it.
Even without an enchanting bath salt, it can get hot in the tub if you spoil your partner with a massage. This works best if you sit behind him/her with your legs apart. Start with the shoulders. Then slowly advance into deeper regions until you eventually reach the thighs. Stroke up from the knee, but stop just before you reach your goal – until your partner can’t take it anymore and starts begging for more.
Which positions are suitable for sex in the bathtub?
You have to make do with the very limited space. A classical missionary position will not work, because the water could quickly cover the passive partner’s face, causing panic.
In the bathtub, the spoon position is the best to avoid bumping into the hard tub or half-drowning. The doggy position is also suitable. You can try to come up with your own variation – just make sure to keep it safe.