3. Communicate with your partner - Typically, if a man is able to maintain an erection
the whole time he is wearing a condom, it’s unlikely water will seep inside. However if he loses his erection momentarily (which is quite common for men) just be aware that it is possible for water to enter the condom, therefore increasing the chances of it slipping off.
Water can also be pushed inside the condom during the motions of sex. To keep things as safe as possible, communicate openly with your partner and so you can both keep tabs on what’s happening with the condom.
4. Using a condom (for the entire act) is always better than using none at all - Whether you’re on dry land or having a steamy rendezvous in your favorite body of water, you should always play safe – starting with foreplay throughout the act, you need the same protection you would need whether in a hot tub or bedroom.
As a recap, to make your underwater sexy times as safe as possible, put the condom on properly (before getting wet!), use a silicone lubricant and communicate with your partner to ensure that the condom stays on and doesn’t wander off somewhere downstream - the last thing you want to do is create an unwelcome surprise for future bathers! (Or, if you're not ready, create a future bather of your own.)
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