Ready to Show the Male G-Spot Some Love?

Now that you know how to find the male g-spot and how to stimulate the male g-spot, you’re ready to take your bedroom game to levels you never experienced. Just remember not to let your ego get too big when your partner reports the most incredible orgasms of his life. Or, if prostate massage isn’t his thing, you’ve just learned more valuable information about his body, and that almost always leads to better sex for both of you. 

Complete Guide to Shower Sex

If you’re like us, there’s nothing hotter than a steamy shower scene. The heat, the water, and all that exposed skin make for an intensely erotic combination. However, if you haven’t tried it in real life, the prospect of doing so can be daunting. From finding the right positions to avoiding falls to staying lubed up in the water, there are a lot of things to consider. If you’re wanting to get wet and wild with your partner, here’s the complete guide to getting shower sex right.
Have Your Protection Ready
One of the best things about shower sex is that it can be departure from your normal routine. If you and your partner usually get busy in the bedroom, getting steamy together in the shower can be an exciting change of pace. However, don’t let shaking things up mean that you aren’t prepared.
If you and your partner use protection like condoms or a diaphragm, make sure that they are ready to go beforehand. Nothing kills the mood like having to jump out of a warm shower while dripping wet to locate a condom and then wrestle with its slippery wrapper. To keep things sexy and safe, have your protection ready to go before you hop in the shower together so you’ll be ready to go.
Just keep in mind if you’re using condoms that certain soaps and oils can degrade the condom, which can lead to potential breaks. To play it safe, the only products that should come in contact with the condom is a quality water based, silicone based, or hybrid lube.
Soap Each Other Up
As any shower sex aficionado can tell you, the real fun isn’t just in doing the deed. Being in close, steamy quarters with your partner also presents the opportunity for some seriously sensual foreplay, so be sure to take your time and enjoy it.
Lather each other up and really take the time to enjoy each other’s body. Take advantage of the setting to experiment with different textures and sensations while you tease each other. Use soaps, oils, washcloths, and loofahs to stimulate each other’s senses. Just be creative and have fun with it.
Keep Both Feet On the Ground
While the sexy mood and the confined space of a shower might inspire you and your partner to try some more acrobatic positions, the reality of slippery walls and floors means that you should probably stick to positions that aren’t going send you both on a highly embarrassing trip to the emergency room. Ideally, these are positions that will provide you with the most balance and involve you keeping both feet on the floor. Here are a few you can try: 

• Against the wall – In this position, one partner pushes the other up against the wall and enters them from behind. This provides plenty of balance for both partners as well as an added erotic experience for the person pressed up against the cool tile wall.
• Bent over – This is similar to the last position, except this time the receiving partner is bent over at the waist. This allows for deeper penetration as well as providing an opportunity for the partner who is bent over to grab onto something for more stability.
• Seated – If you don’t want to risk a slip-and-fall situation, staying seated might be the best way to go. One partner sits on the floor of the shower while the other partner mounts them. This position feels as sexy and intimate as it is stable.
• Standing – This position doesn’t work for everyone because both partners have to be pretty well matched up height wise, however, if you and your partner can manage it, this is an extremely erotic position as well.
Use (the Right) Lube for Shower Sex
One of the absolute most critical components to having killer shower sex is using lube. While half the fun of taking a shower together is getting all slippery, on it’s own, water is not a great lubricant. To make things worse, it tends to wash away whatever natural lubrication your body may produce, leaving you with a pretty uncomfortable situation. There’s nothing worse than getting all worked up with you partner and then not be able to do the deed because you’re dealing with too much friction, so don’t forget to have a quality lube on standby.
Just keep in mind, that not all lubes are created equal and not every lube plays well with water. Grabbing the wrong lube can be as bad as not having lube at all, so you’ll want to make sure that you get the right kind ahead of time.

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