Sex on the Beach and Some Facts Before Getting Into Action

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Many people agree that sex on the beach is one of the hottest sex activities you can try. If you are interested in trying it with your partner, there are a few things you need to know. 

It’s Great as Long as You Don’t Get Caught

When it comes to outdoor sex, the most important thing is to avoid getting caught. And people often fail to understand how crucial this part is. While having sex on the beach is fun and kinky, it is not legal. Moreover, someone could walk in on you, and you will be facing potential problems if they report what they have seen. 


So, the only way to enjoy your naughty adventure is to be as careful as possible. If you focus on what matters and follow the necessary steps, you will be richer for an experience. The simplest way to avoid being seen is to go to the beach after hours, preferably in a location that doesn’t have many visitors. This will reduce the chances of being caught, but you should still be careful when having fun. 

Everyone’s at Risk

The next thing we should discuss is safety. The top of the list is reserved for irritation, and there is a chance that it will grow into a serious problem. Even if you visit the smoothest beach in the world, sand is still abrasive, and it is the last thing in the world you want during sex. Since the entire situation can get quite spicy, sand will easily stick to a sweaty body, causing irritation, rashes, or even inflammation. 


If the sand reaches the genital area, it can only become worse. The coarse nature of the sand will make you more vulnerable to infections. But even in the best-case scenario, it can cause irritation to your genitals and damage to condoms. Furthermore, being naked means that you will attract many unwanted guests. No, we are not talking about pervs, although they will be there too. Insects like flies and critters can bite your naked bum, and ideally, you will get away with an irritation only. 

Say No to Deep Waters

People who are having sex are focused on one thing only, and the last thing you need is to be in deep water while doing it. The most obvious danger here is drowning. So, try to stay near the coast and leave the beach with nothing but pleasant memories. Based on the location you’re visiting, there might be creatures interested in watching you have sex. And they might even want to take a bite. 


But even if you are on a beach that doesn’t have sharks or other bitey creatures, you still don’t want to risk your life for an adventure. Instead, you can focus on being safe and enjoying the journey. For starters, carry a few towels to protect yourself from the view, sand, and bugs. 

It Only Complicates Sex

Having sex on the beach is not simple. There are so many things you need to worry about, and it only complicates things further. You will need to be on high alert for any people passing by, be careful of the sand, look out for insects, and do everything to make sure you have a good time. 


The problem is that so much pressure and things to worry about won’t leave enough space for you to enjoy the time with your partner. Furthermore, enjoying the time together is not a good idea, and it is one of the few times we would recommend skipping the foreplay. 


Anything that will make the experience longer is not recommended since it will only increase the chances of getting caught. For some people, having sex in public is thrilling, and they love the rush of adrenaline. But, it will only unnecessarily complicate everything.

More Excitement, Better Orgasms

Since we briefly touched the subject of adrenaline and excitement, let’s take a look at it a bit closer. Now, the reason why so many people are interested in sex in public is the thrill. It doesn’t even have to mean that they have a fetish for it. But the adrenaline rush they will experience will help them have incredibly powerful orgasms. 


The couple will need to be careful, constantly worry about whether someone will spot them, and the excitement will drive them crazy. Of course, that isn’t for everyone. Some people just prefer having intercourse in the bedroom, not having to worry about someone seeing them. But if you are looking for a rush, sex on the beach might be an excellent idea.

Protections Is Still a Must

There are a few things you need to worry about when having sex on the beach. We already mentioned how sand can irritate your private parts and that there is a risk of being caught, but there are other things to think about as well. 


We are talking about protection. Safe sex is important, and the same thing applies to sex on the beach. This isn’t a time to stop thinking about condoms, and just because you are outside, it doesn’t lower the risk of sexually transmitted infections and unwanted pregnancy. Even if you have been with your partner for a while, using a condom is always the smartest thing in the world, unless you are trying to have a baby.