Grab your friends, GR8 people. We’re igniting this bad boy. If you’ve never heard what happens when you spark the debate on whether not shower sex is everything, people tend to have mixed feelings. What’re your two cents on the matter?
Is It Just a Sexy Concept?
If we base our answers on what we see in movies, the question might be why there is a question at all? Cinema thrives off of showing shower sex from an angle. Hold the pun.
You always see the foggy shower, steam rising, and moments of intimacy on fire. No one manages to get a reel of two people struggling to share a sparse stream until one of them scoots back in defeat, resorting instead to squirting body wash in the background.
Other times, people refer to shower sex as the epitome of GR8NESS. They swear by it and recommend it to all. So, what’s the deal? Could it have to do with varying mindsets about sex? Maybe it just feels different for everyone?
Results from surveys conducted by Trojan demonstrates that more than half of people would rather have sex in the shower than on the floor and that 1 in 3 people in a relationship fantasizes about sex in the shower.
Another finding was that 81 percent of Americans who have had sex in the shower with a partner wants to do it again.
Those for it:
- Find being wet and naked erotic or intimate
- Don’t mind bringing lube
- Say that they like it for foreplay only
- Enjoy it when a partner is experiencing their period
- Like the idea of it, but haven’t tried it
Those against it:
- Are afraid of falling
- Don’t want to deal with the height difference
- Have experienced the troubles of anti-lubricating water
- Think it makes foreplay no fun (water, hard surfaces, etc.)
- Don’t want to fight for the water stream
It seems that as long as people have diverse sexual needs, preferences, and lives, opinions about shower sex will continue to sway.
Now, we’re dying to know—what’s yours?