How to Have Sex on the Beach
Hey there, beach bunnies! If you’re looking for a sultry, steamy escape from the norm, then sex on the beach might just be your jam. It’s an unforgettable experience that combines the natural beauty of the coast with the passion and intimacy of a good old-fashioned romp. But before you hit the sand and go at it, there are a few things you should keep in mind to ensure you have a safe and satisfying experience. That’s why we’ve put together this guide to help you navigate the ups and downs (pun intended) of sex on the beach. So grab your sunscreen, your partner, and let’s dive into the juicy details.
Before You Go You Should Know:
Okay, so you’re thinking about taking your lovemaking to the shoreline, huh? Well, you’ve come to the right place! But before you hit the sand, there are a few things you’ll want to consider to make your sexy beach experience unforgettable in all the right ways.
First up, finding the perfect spot that you’ll love. You don’t want to be caught in the act by the beach patrol, do you? Do a little reconnaissance and scope out the private little coves and big rocks that could provide some privacy. If you’re checking out the beach during the day, walk around and find the areas with fewer people. And hey, if you’re feeling tech-savvy, you can even pull up Google Maps to see if there are any hidden spots you might have missed.
Next, you’ll want to keep an eye on the tides. You don’t want to get caught off guard by the ocean sneaking up on you. Also, make sure you research the sanitation of your chosen beach – you don’t want to risk getting sick. And lets be real, getting caught by the law would not make for a sexy story to tell the grandkids. So, check out the laws and regulations of the area you’ll be in, especially if you’re in a foreign country. A fine for public indecency is one thing, but getting arrested is a whole other ballgame.
So, there you have it! Do your research, and you’ll be ready for a steamy, sand-filled good time.
Being Prepared is Also Important:
Listen, if you want to have some fun in the sun, you’ve gotta be prepared. The most important thing you’ll need is a big, fluffy blanket. This will keep the sand off you and give you a quick cover-up if anyone walks by. Trust me, a blanket is way better than a towel, because towels never seem to keep the sand out. And you’re more likely to have a big blanket lying around than a huge towel, right?
Another great item to bring along is a big sun-blocking umbrella. This will shield your bodies from curious eyes, so you can let loose and have a little fun. If you want even more privacy, bring a portable shade structure. A beach chair with a seat that’s a few inches off the sand will give you more options for positions too. Don’t forget to pack a packet of tissues for clean-up afterwards. And if you’re using condoms, bring a small plastic bag to dispose of them. You don’t want used condoms hanging out on the beach, trust me.
Oh, and pick out your outfit wisely! The goal is to be able to get away quickly if someone spots you, so try to keep as many clothes on as possible. Women, a beachy sundress or flowy skirt would be perfect. Guys, go for shorts or a bathing suit that allows you to pull your junk out easily. That way, you’ll be ready for anything that comes your way.
Don’t Get Caught:
Hey, so you have found a spot that’s not too crowded and you’ve got everything you need. But now the question is, how do you make sure you don’t get caught? The most important thing is to not be reckless about it. Don’t do it in the middle of the day, with people around or with kids nearby. Also, don’t take your sweet time and definitely don’t ignore someone who’s clearly filming you.
Aim for dusk or later, when the beach is likely to be empty. Make sure to enjoy yourselves but keep an eye and ear out for anyone who might be around. Be quiet and try not to make too much noise. If you hear or see someone in the distance, stop what you’re doing and wait until they’re gone. It can actually be part of the fun, the stop-and-go aspect of trying not to get caught.
If you’re worried about getting caught but still want to have beach sex, you could consider other options like renting a private AirBnB with a private beach or getting a waterside hotel with a private balcony. Or, if there’s a beach nearby where people often camp, you could bring a tent with you to have a beach-sex experience without much risk.
Watch Out for Sand:
Listen, if you’re thinking of getting intimate on the beach, it’s important to keep sand out of some very sensitive areas. People often imagine themselves being all lovey-dovey in each other’s arms, but let’s be real, if you’re exposing your private parts to sand, it’s not going to end well. Sand might seem harmless, but trust me, it’s not.
The only way to have successful beach sex is to choose sex positions where your intimate parts are elevated. Doggystyle is probably one of the best options for any kind of couple, straight or gay. If you’re near big rocks, you can try having the receiving partner bend over in a more upright version of doggy. If your blanket provides enough protection from sand, you can try the receiving partner on top. And if you have a beach chair, it’s even better for this position. You can either face each other or face the same direction. And if it’s two women, the best option would be for one to sit on the other’s face.
Maybe Try the Ocean:
If you’re thinking about having some fun in the ocean, there are a few things you should consider first. On one hand, the ocean provides a little more privacy compared to the sand, and you can even try standing positions because of the buoyancy. But on the other hand, salt water can dry out natural lubrication and increase the risk of STIs if you’re not careful. Plus, there’s also the risk of getting hurt by sea creatures or bacteria in the water.
But don’t worry, you don’t have to stick to intercourse on the beach. Other forms of intimacy, like oral sex or hand jobs, can be just as enjoyable and much easier to pull off. Just be mindful of your surroundings and try to be respectful of others who may be nearby. And if anyone does happen to come upon you, it’s easy to pretend you were just cuddling with your head in your partner’s lap. Keep an eye out for anyone with a camera, too!