This gif should come with a warning: Only Attempt If You’ve Got A Sure Footing…
Coitobalnism: A fancy word for bath or shower sex! That’s right, the classic art of getting sensual and soapy with your loved one. But after the fantasy dissipates, you may find yourself running into some problems. Water actually washes away the body’s natural lubrication, often making things uncomfortable. And don’t even get us started on the dangerous and distinctly unsexy chance of slipping on soapy tiles just as you’re about to come.
- Lubricate! You could try using a water-resistant lube - any good silicone lube should do the trick. You can also use oil-based lube, but be aware that if you’re planning on using a condom, only silicone-based lube should be used to avoid destroying the latex. Otherwise, be aware that it’s gonna take a little more time than normal to get wet enough to be comfortable, so take things slow until you feel good. And don’t forget foreplay! (You’re already dripping and naked…the stage is set for a good time.)
- DO NOT USE SOAP OR SHAMPOO AS LUBE. Those products should never be shoved up a vagina or rectum, unless you want your body to get very, very mad at you.
- Move carefully and deliberately - or invest in some tools to help you keep your stance, like a grippy plastic bath mat or these toys specially designed to keep you upright - Sex In The Shower knee pads and arm handle/footrest. (Links lead to reviews on the CSPH’s main blog!)