Must-Read: The Great (Sex) Outdoors
It’s the summer, which means that it’s time for camping season. Which means, in turn, that it’s time for having sex in tent season. Which is great. Text sex is one of the great experiences you will have. But also, things could get dangerous out there if you’re not prepared. First of all, you’re not dealing with the normal comforts of something like, say, a bed and a blanket and what-not. You are on the damn ground. And that isn’t always the best place to have your sex, because the hardness of the land. Oh, also, you’re in the outdoors where there are plenty of other hazards you have to be prepared for.
Which is why today we’re heading to the great and vital Men’s Fitness, where they have a whole bunch of tips for how to have the most successful outdoor sex adventure you can. For example, among their tips:
2. Think like a boy scout.
Here are the three most important words to keep in mind when it comes to sex outdoors: Always. Be. Prepared. Sure, it seems obvious now, but nothing is worse than stripping down and realizing you forgot a condom?or worse yet, bug spray. ?At a minimum, bring a blanket or sheet, some insect repellent if you’re in the woods, and sunblock if you’re on the beach,? says sexologist Gloria Brame, Ph.D. ?You want sweet memories to remind you of your adventure, not painful burns on your ass.?
Head on over to the link to check out the rest, and then head on out into the wilderness to get yourself some of that great, great nature sex. Oh, and watch out for those red ants. They bite mighty terrible.
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About Rick Mosely Rick is the editor for TSB magazine.