Having sex on the beach (not the refreshing summer beverage, actual proper humping) is up there on most people's sexy fantasy locations list.
A new study has revealed that a whopping 82% of us would love the chance to get friendly down in the sand. 64% of people, according to dating site benaughty.com, also confessed they want sex more on holiday.
So if you are planning to throw caution and your cossie to the wind on holiday – here's how to master doing it on a beach in five steps.
1. Pick your moment
Midday on a packed beach in front of picnicking families – probably not ideal (i.e. you'll be arrested). A deserted beach or after dark are always going to be the best options.
2. Keep it covered
Be prepared to cover up if discovered. You can try not going completely starkers and do the bikini bottoms side slip and make him keep his trucks on so you can quickly regain your composure. Having a towel handy to cover up quickly is always a wise move.
3. Crotch sand
Getting sand in your cooch is itchy, irritating and just downright unpleasant. Best to keep off it as much as possible. Lay a blanket or towel down to keep yourself protected and then stumble into the sea post sex to have a refreshing wash down. Make sure to pay your most sensitive bits some cleaning attention in the shower when you get back.
4. Little friends
There are some places you do not want to be bitten by sand flies. Again, laying a towel down makes sense. And watch out for crabs.
5. Position perfect
Spooning is a good stealth sex position or if you think you are not overlooked – go on top. Sit on his lap and wrap your legs around his waist. Enjoy the sounds of the sea, the smell of the ocean, the twinkling stars above, and the roar of your thunderous orgasm.
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