There comes a time in every relationship when someone looks into the bathroom and thinks, we should def have shower sex. Or, maybe you have a roommates with unusually good hearing. However, a non-scientific survey by Trojan Lubricants found that 60 percent of people wanted to try shower sex with a partner. The shower is a blue ribbon locale for masturbating without interruption. Having partner sex in the shower is a great privacy option, too. The sound of falling water can drown out all manner of sex noises!
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When you make your first attempt at the bucket list item that is shower sex, you find out in about two seconds that it's more complex than just steaminess, passion and orgasms. What should you do about lube? What are you supposed to hold onto? Can you use toys or will that lead to a painful and embarrassing death? First, lube.
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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.
If you've ever had shower sex that made you feel like a wet chihuahua—shivering, uncomfortable, awk AF—you're not alone. Getting dirty in the place that gets you clean is far more complicated than any rom-com side-eyeing you, How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days , Friends With Benefits or porno suggests. Two, water is not I repeat, NOT a lubricant—in fact, it can actually make you feel more dry than wet I know, the irony. And last but not least, there is absolutely nothing sexy about accidentally taking a gulp of hot water up your nose or in your mouth when you're trying to get your O on. But before you cross shower sex off your sex bucket list for good, you may want to give it another go.