Sex On The Beach Isn’t As Sexy As It Sounds

posted by Aaron Zytle - 

When we see couples getting frisky on the beach in the movies or on TV, it’s always incredibly romantic and sexy. That’s the whole idea, right? But in reality, having sex on the beach is one of the worst kinds of sex you can have, especially for women. It may seem all passionate and picturesque, but here’s why it’s not.

First, there’s the sand. You’ve been to the beach before, so you know that stuff gets everywhere. Now just imagine you’re naked and rubbing your body against your naked partner and think of all the places that sand could reach. We’re talking about abrasive grains of sand, and you don’t want that in your private parts.

Plus, that sand isn’t very hygienic. Just think about all the kids who’ve peed in the ocean and you’ll get an idea why. And get this - a study from the Journal of Environmental Science and Technology finds that beach sand can contain 100-times the levels of fecal bacteria of seawater. That is definitely not sexy.

Another danger of getting it on at the beach is the increased risk of UTIs, because the chance of you getting one goes up when the temperature does. Bacteria love hot, moist environments, like your bathing suit bottoms, according to a study published in PLOS One. Add that issue to the sand stuff and you’ve got a sex disaster waiting to happen.

Source: New York Post

 

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