How to Have Sex in a Hot Tub

Make the most of your aquatic adventure with these tips.

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You Will Need

  • Privately owned hot tub
  • Silicone-based lubricant
  • Candles
  • Music
  • Cold drinks and snacks

Steps

  1. Pregnant women should not go in hot tubs.

  2. Step 1

    Stay at home

    Confine hot tub sex to your own hot tub, or that of someone you can count on to maintain theirs properly. Studies have found a lot of germs in public ones.

  3. Step 2

    Use lubrication

    Use a silicone lubricant; water washes away both a woman's natural lubrication and water-based lubricants.

  4. Exposing the vagina to chlorine can change its natural pH, leading to a yeast infection.

  5. Step 3

    Plan ahead

    If you normally rely on spermicide or condoms for birth control, have another plan: Both are less effective in water.

  6. Step 4

    Set the mood

    Set the mood with candles, music, and cold drinks and snacks. Try to take your dip during a sunrise or sunset.

  7. Step 5

    Fool around

    Take advantage of the water's buoyancy to experiment with different sexual positions.

  8. Ladies, position yourself toward the jets and let the water pressure do the rest. You'll feel great, and your partner will enjoy the show.

  9. Step 6

    Head for dry land

    Continue the session on dry land. When it comes to underwater sex, there can be too much of a good thing!

  10. New York City made it into the Guinness Book of World Records in June 2001 for the World's Largest Hot Tub with a 112,900-pound tub containing 13,000 gallons of water.

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