Sex on the beach is a classic: cocktails, songs, restaurants, and fantasies. Sure, it sounds alluring and evocative, but the truth is that, like any pleasure, sex on the beach also has Pros and Cons. Here are some of the positives:
- Location is everything – the human mind adapts very easily to routine – we quickly get used to waking up at the same time, walking the same route to work and home, and shopping in the same stores. It’s the same with sex with a partner – if we do the same thing for a long time, we get used to it, and it also becomes a routine. That’s why…
- Risk adds to the thrill – whether we get caught or heard… is always an added bonus to the whole experience.
- Sex on the beach is something to tell your grandchildren about… Or vice versa. We never know if this gritty experience is worth the time spent searching for the right place without lifeguards and “the public”, but we would certainly put it among the memories that we will smile at.
- Young, Wild, and Free – there’s something thrilling and thrilling about kissing when we’re naked under the stars, carefree, shameless, hot, and wanted.
Everything looks infinitely attractive, but it must be borne in mind that temptations hide risks, such as:
- Genital infections (most often in women) – in addition to the fact that rubbing with sand leads to abrasions on the skin, the problems that it can lead to are much more serious – getting sand grains in the vagina increases the risk of chlamydia, herpes or HIV infection.
- Fungal infections – fungal infections are contagious and have very unpleasant long-term consequences, and often complications.
- Sandy animals – it’s not at all pleasant to be bitten by crabs, beetles, fleas, and other inhabitants of our paradise.
- The sea and even wetter things? – Not really. Contrary to popular belief, seawater dries out the vagina because it removes the natural lubrication that makes sex painless and enjoyable.