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Q: “I've always dreamed of having sex in the water. I'm not too particular about the specific location (pool, bathtub, shower, ocean, lake, river), just the water itself is a fantasy. My partner and I would like to give it a go, but I was wondering if you have any practical tips for making it the best experience possible. Is underwater sex safe? It's tempting and can spice up your sex life. But water sex requires planning. Use this guide to have safe underwater sex. You should also know that it's perfectly safe to have sex in the bath (or shower, or pool), but water can wash away vaginal lubrication. So despite being surrounded by liquid, sex in the water can actually feel dry and uncomfortable. You can deal with this by using a waterproof lube that you apply beforehand. Your best option here is sex-while-upright, while showering. Stand-up fucking is GREAT, and if you're working with a significant height differential, one of you can just bend over and grab on to something. Also, I get a monster kick out of shampooing a dude. It feels nice for him and he doesn't have to feel. When you think of sex, the words "wet," "slippery" and "hot" come to mind, especially if you're talking about having sex in water. However, water sex isn't as easy as jumping into the pool and going at it. In fact, water sex can be pretty dangerous for many reasons. Having sex underwater — or "submerged". I don't have any objections on moral grounds, or anything like that. But what I am wondering is if that kind of 'underwater intercourse' could harm a woman's body. Do you think the water could get inside me, Doctor? Also, I still have some hopes of having another baby. What would happen if I got pregnant. It's not a safe sex. Water is not your friend if you're attempting to wear a condom. Not only will you have problems keeping it on under water, but it will also lose its purpose – to protect you from sexually transmitted diseases and pregnancy. That's because condoms are made and lubricated with materials that don't work well. Stop right there! As exotic as it sounds, having sex in the water (whether it's an ocean, pool, lake, river, or even the bath), might be the worst idea you've had all day, apart from tanning without sunscreen. You Can Get A Bacterial Infection. Seawater, your pool, a lake or river is full of bacteria of all kinds.