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Having Sex Outside This Summer? These Tips Will Make it Better 

by on June 16, 2015

Having sex outside is a rush like no other. There’s not much that can compare to the freedom of just having sex wherever and whenever you want.

But even though the freedom you get from having sex outside is a great feeling, there are certainly precautions you need to take in order to have a good time.

There are plenty of things that can go wrong, and you want to avoid as many as possible so there are no surprises.

Here are some of the worst problems and how to avoid them:

Getting Caught

This is the worst one by far. Getting caught by someone else while you’re in the middle of having sex is horrible, especially if it’s a stranger. It can be embarrassing, and you don’t know whether to run away naked or get dressed and then take off.

The best thing to do here is to not get caught at all. Sounds stupid, but you need to cover all of your bases before you have sex.

First, is your place secluded? Is there one way in and one way out so you can keep an eye on your entrance/exit? Did you choose a place where nobody ever goes to and if someone comes it’s super rare?

Is your place near a busy area that could see a frequent visitor?

If you answered yes to any of these, you need to find a better place.

Getting Attacked by Bugs

This can ruin any good time, whether you’re just camping or if you’re having sex. Using bug spray can be a good touch, but it seriously stinks to high heaven. Not only that, but it could ruin any mood you’re in.

Having the stench of bug spray all over you could make you not want to ever do this again.

The best thing to avoid bugs? Buy a portable and scentless bug away device. These things clip onto something nearby, and you don’t have to spray a bunch of crap all over you.

Getting Too Hot

When it’s summer, it’s going to be hot and humid. When you’re on your way to pound ville, where you’re having hot and furious sex, it could be easy to sweat like a gross animal and start to smell.

What you can do is bring a portable ice pack with you. These things stay frozen for up to 4 hours in a hot environment, and all you do is put this in your lower back, back of your neck, or on your forehead.

This sudden blast of cold will be enough to shock your body into a state of coldness.

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