Having sex in a shower

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In the movies, shower sex is almost always depicted as being both sexy and easy. The reality, however, can be quite different. For example, it quickly becomes clear when you're in a standing position that body parts can't be lined up with the same ease as when you're horizontal. Then there's the irony of sex in the shower feeling dry, as well as the clear and present danger of losing your footing and one or both of you getting hurt. The good news is that, with a little forethought, shower sex can be as good as we all want it to be.

The Dos and Don'ts of Shower Sex

Shower Sex Positions We Love - How to Have Sex in the Shower

I've never felt more deceived by romance books and movies as I did the first time I had shower sex. I found it vastly overrated. I spent most of the minute experience crouched on top of the rim of a bathtub and clutching the wall for dear life—trying not to injure myself or my then-boyfriend. About 10 minutes in, I caught a glimpse of us the mirror, and I ended up paying more attention to the spectacle of us attempting shower sex than to the sex itself. True Life : I didn't fully understand the phrase "out-of-body experience" until I accidentally watched myself having shower sex.

Shower Sex: Tricks, Best Positions, and Precautions

That said, shower sex has the potential to be the stuff of movies with the right moves. Hit the showers with these tips to master shower sex like a boss and come out on the other side with no broken bones or bruised egos. A showerhead can only cover so much ground, so turning up the heat beforehand will help. Reduce the friction and make anal or vaginal penetration easier with a silicone waterproof lube.
Who doesn't get a little turned on when their partner joins them in the shower? The cascading water, the steam, the delicious aromas wafting through the air, and the spanking-clean, naked skin are total aphrodisiacs. But let's be real: Shower sex ain't easy to pull off. All the same things that make it so hot—the slipperiness, the crammed quarters—also make it logistically challenging.