Thankfully, Mia Sabat, sex therapist at Emjoy, is here to help us out with four shower sex positions that do the trick. The person in front bends at the waist until their head is pointing towards the ground — they can rest their hands on the wall in front or on the sides of the bathtub for additional support. Mia recommends the person in front uses their hands or the showerhead for extra stimulation manual, such as focusing on the clit if they have one. Get in touch by emailing MetroLifestyleTeam Metro. MORE : Women reveal the best parts of sex that have nothing to do with penetration.
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7 Shower Sex Positions That Are Anything But Clean
Considering most of us lived through the glory days of rom-com sex scenes, it typically looks like two people thrusting and kissing passionately under a flow of water, hot steam rising out from above the sliding glass door as the camera pans out to the rest of bathroom and its newly-renovated veneer. It can pretty much be anything you want it to be, in whatever type of shower-y bathroom situation you have available to you. There are so many meaningful ways to leverage shower sex and help your relationship take on a new, more intense flavor by hopping in a stream of water and sliding around. Here are a few shower sex positions to try that are accessible for everyone even those of us that lack the terrifying flexibility and coordination that sex in water might require.
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.