For those of not fortunate enough to live alone, coronavirus quarantine may have made the living situation a bit crowded. So much so that it may be tough to find enough “me time” during your week to masturbate. Because let’s face it: It’s hard to relax enough to get down and dirty with yourself when you’ve got one eye and one ear open, worried that someone might overhear you or even walk in on you.

That’s why we believe the bathroom — specifically, the shower — is the perfect place to rub one out. Masturbation in the shower provides a safe space for that private moment. More often than not, your bathroom’s got a door that locks, and the running water goes a long way toward drowning out any noise. There you have it: the perfect quarantine masturbation spot.

Few things are better than hopping in the shower, lathering your body with overpriced body wash, and getting an orgasm in before going about your day. And though sometimes overlooked, the shower is pretty much the best place for sex—whether coupled or solo.

Take advantage buy pct australia of your removable shower head

You pharmacom labs and your shower head = a tale as old as time. This masturbation method is tried and true, and one you should take advantage enough if you’re blessed enough to have a detachable one in your tub or shower stall.

That’s an easy, low-maintenance way to experience fun stimulation without having to bring a toy into the bathroom with you, If privacy is a concern, and you have a shower head like that, it’s a quick fix.

Is it actually safe to use the showerhead or faucet?

Yes, but don’t use the showerhead or the faucet for penetrative masturbation. Instead, use it to stimulate your clitoris. Just make sure, beforehand, you test the temperature of the water with your hand (to be sure it is not too hot) and then also make sure the force of the stream isn’t hard strong enough to cause pain against your pleasure spots. Then, get on with the water-pressure pleasure awaiting.

Get in the right position

Your masturbation position will depend on whether you have a shower stall (which may be standing-room-only) or a tub (where lying down is an option). Ultimately, it’s all about whatever feels comfortable for you and your body in the shower. Practice a few different positions to find something that feels good — and, again, doesn’t put you at risk of slipping or falling — before really getting down to business.

Are there any other risks involved?

The other major concern with shower masturbating and shower sex in general (other than never wanting to get out of the water) is the possibility of falling. Slipping and falling is going to be the most dangerous thing to look out for. So a slip-resistant mat for the tub or shower is highly recommended. Find a position that you can hold and potentially something to grab onto (other than yourself) if you start to feel unsteady. It’s also always a good idea to have your phone within reach in case you need to call for help… or take some steamy selfies.

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