Sex on the beach isn't as advertised by movies. Infact, it can lead to infection and things you will probably spend a lot of time dealing with.
Thanks to the movies, having sex at the beach is one of the coolest things you can do but just have you have come to find out, you cannot believe everything you see in a movie. In case it’s somewhere in your bucket list? It’s fine, here are just things you need to have in mind if you want to do it in the nearest future.
1. It can open you up to infection
Sand and your sexual organs do not mix especially for a lady. Melissa Wolf, M.D and the author of the book, Do You Have a Tipped Uterus? 69 Things Your Gynecologist Wishes You Knew, “Sand abrasions around the genital area can increase susceptibility to infections including chlamydia, herpes, and HIV,” Also the friction issue, it can cause damage the condom.
2. It can injure your privates
It doesn’t matter how smooth the beach is, it can still cause irritation when you’re walking around depending on the outfit you’ve got on. Wolf says “Chafing can cause swelling, inflammation, burning, redness, and rash,”
3. It’s bad news for guys too
We’ve been looking for how it is bad for the ladies, it is also bad for men too. With all sorts of insects on the beach, if your tool gets bitten, the least of the repercussion will be slight pain and that’s all, and the worst can be as bad as decapitation.
Whatever you do, stay away from the water, don’t not go to the water because it may seem like it can work as lubricant that is dangerous, more dangerous than you can imagine. Water in itself can bring about vaginal dryness which is counter-productive.
The point is if there is a house, or somewhere secluded and off the ground at the beach, then feel free to get freaky else it would be a disaster if you’re just hoping to enjoy what Hollywood has falsely proclaimed.