Water is not good for condoms: If condoms are apart of your sexual practice, you may want to reconsider having sex in the water. Is Your Biological Clock Ticking? Here are some ways to get wet and wild without going below the surface. Eyecandy Images via Getty Images. Instead, consider starting things off in the water, but then heading to dry land for the main course. Recent research suggests chlorine and other cleaning chemicals found in pools can actually damage or break down the condom affecting its durability.
If one of you does have an STD, the chances of passing it on can become much higher.
How To Have Sex In Water
The other problem is an increased chance of the condom slipping off. Watch For Falls If You're Not An Acrobat If you're having sex in the bathtub or shower, don't overdo the positions, and make use of anti-slip surfaces or even a bar to hold you — if you don't want to end up with four legs in the air. Plus, you should be a fairly decent swimmer if you fool around in a lake or the ocean. You lie on the beach all afternoon and drink cocktails. Having sex underwater — or "submerged" sex — is simply not a good idea, especially for women. Furthermore, condoms are not easy to handle under water; they can be difficult to put on and can easily slip off. As silence and tranquility settle in, you and your partner have a fun idea: