Enjoying sex on the beach
Beach sex comes up time and again in a hundred films, and it's the subject of all manner of romantic scenes in books and other media. It's supposed to be the ultimate in sexy: hot, sweaty, romantic and picturesque. The trouble is that sand gets everywhere, beaches are generally public spaces and there are some parts of your body on which you really don't want sunburn! There are two main options: either frequent a beach that explicitly allows sex to take place, or wait till nightfall and find somewhere nice and secluded to hide out. Dealing with the sand afterwards is your own problem to figure out, of course...
Is sex on the beach legal?
Technically yes, but if you’re seen you can be prosecuted for outraging public decency so be sure to find a quiet beach to have sex on.
Is sex on the beach safe?
It is, if you’re sensible about your location. Make sure you’re not going to be swept away or cut off by an incoming tide and you’ll be fine. Also be sure to have contraception with you for extra safe sex on the beach.
What do I need to have sex on the beach?
To avoid injury and an awful lot of itchy sand in intimate cracks you may want to take some essentials with you. A blanket or towel to put on the sand will help. Make sure you have sun lotion on if it’s a hot day and wet wipes will help remove any sand that does stick to you.
What positions are best for sex on the beach?
Sand isn’t solid, so it’s easy to dig yourself into a hole – literally! One partner lying flat and the other riding them is a good position on sand, doggy style can work too if you manage to keep your balance!
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