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Beginner's Tips for Masturbating in the Bathtub

Masturbating in the bathtub can be a fun and relaxing way to explore your own sexual pleasure. However, it's important to keep a few things in mind in order to ensure that you have a safe and enjoyable experience.

One important thing to consider when masturbating in the bathtub is the cleanliness of the tub and your own body. It's a good idea to take a shower and wash yourself thoroughly before getting in the tub to ensure that the area is clean and free of any debris or dirt that could irritate your skin or genitals. It's also important to make sure that the tub is clean and free of any soap scum or other residues that could cause irritation or discomfort. By taking these precautions, you can help ensure that your masturbation experience is as enjoyable and comfortable as possible.

Here are some beginners' tips for masturbating in the bathtub.

1. Make yourself comfortable

Make sure the water temperature is comfortable: It's important to ensure that the water temperature is comfortable and not too hot, as overheating can lead to dehydration and dizziness. Use your elbow or wrist to test the temperature of the water before getting in.

2. Lube equals more fun

Use lube: Water can wash away natural lubrication, so it's a good idea to use a water-based lubricant to reduce friction and make the experience more pleasurable. Be sure to reapply as needed.

3. Find a position that brings you pleasure

Experiment with different positions: Try out different positions to see what works best for you. Some positions that may be comfortable in the bathtub include sitting with your back against the side of the tub, laying on your back with your legs bent, or standing up and leaning against the wall of the tub. The main focus here is to make sure you have an easy access to your favorite erogenous zones while feeling comfortable.

4. Get more fun out of it with pleasure products

Use sex toys: Sex toys can add an extra element of pleasure to your masturbation experience in the bathtub. There are a few things to consider when using sex toys in the bath:

  • Use a waterproof toy: Not all sex toys are waterproof, so it's important to make sure you use a toy that is specifically designed for use in water. For example, Biird's Namii is a wonderful clitoral stimulator that is fully waterproof so that it can be enjoyed in the shower or bath!

Biird Namii Perfect Waterproof Sex Toy for Bathtub

  • Avoid using silicone-based lube with silicone toys: Silicone-based lubricant can cause silicone toys to degrade over time, so it's best to use a water-based lubricant with silicone toys.

  • Clean your toys before and after use: It's important to keep your sex toys clean to prevent the spread of bacteria and infections. Make sure to wash your toys thoroughly before and after use, and store them in a clean, dry place.

5. Stay focused (but watch the clock)

It can be easy to get distracted and lose track of time. Make sure to set a timer or have a way to keep track of the time to ensure that you don't overstay in the tub and risk drying out your skin or causing other negative effects.

Take breaks as needed: If you start to feel dizzy or uncomfortable, it's important to take a break and get out of the tub. It's also a good idea to drink plenty of water to stay hydrated during your little masturbation session.

Conclusion

Overall, masturbating in the bathtub can be a fun and relaxing way to explore your own sexual pleasure. Just be sure to keep these tips in mind in order to have a safe and enjoyable experience.

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Ellie Cooper
Ellie is a freelance writer and pleasure enthusiast. She is very comfortable talking about vaginas, scaling mountains and eating spicy food, but not parallel parking. She lives with a very tubby cat named Charles who likes to get involved with the writing process by sleeping on her keyboard.
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