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Posted by Amy Walder on August 06, 2014
Summer is in full swing – the sweltering, humid air seems to penetrate the barriers of even the hardest working air conditioners, popsicles immediately melt into sticky tropical-fruit flavored messes, and everyone’s car interior could probably bake a dozen cookies with no problem. Sometimes it feels like just too much effort to even move when you’re comfortably sprawled out under a lazily turning ceiling fan in nothing but your skivvies. Sex, much less any kind of exciting or passionate sex, seems to be pretty much entirely out of the question. Unless, of course, you go by the age-old adage of “If you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em.” That’s right everyone. We’re talking about taking your partner outside and into the one thing that has any power against that fierce summer sun – pools and other sweet, chilling bodies of water.
Sex in the pool has long been the subject of much speculation –Is it safe? Can you get pregnant from it? How exactly do you make it work? First off, it is trickier than normal intercourse, but can be safe if you follow a few guidelines. Number 2, we’d like to clear up this particular old wives tale immediately: yes you can get pregnant from underwater intercourse if you aren’t using birth control. There isn’t enough chlorine in any pool in the world to stop that sperm from achieving its one mission in life should the timing be right. So please read on to learn how to make your hydro-romp safe, responsible, and most of all, enjoyable and refreshing.
We’ll take this moment to inform everyone of the obvious fact that unfortunately, sex in public places is illegal. Moving on, if you happen to have a private backyard pool, start out with a sexy skinny dipping session. Not only will that cold water feel amazing after the juxtaposition of the searing sun, but hey, no tan lines! Hands-on foreplay and oral sex are great to get things going – try sitting on the steps into the pool so you’ll stay cool and also provide easy access for your partner. For a wider range of possibility, have your partner sit on the edge of the pool with their feet in the water (don’t forget to throw down a towel to avoid bare skin on hot brick or stone!)
When it’s time to do the deed, there are three absolute rules:
Finally, if you hate rules and your devil-may-care free spirit cannot handle these guidelines, stick to foreplay only under the water. An underwater act one will still be amazing and cool you off, even if you take things onto dry land for the finale. Safety is always paramount.
Hopefully we’ve inspired you to venture out into the heat for a little water play – even if that means just putting on your sexiest bikini and shooting smoldering looks at your partner from across the pool. It will be well worth your time and effort. We promise.