LifeHacker Explains How to Have Shower Sex with the Help of Sportsheets products
HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA – Shower sex is not for everyone. If done incorrectly or certain precautions aren’t taken, one could end up with a broken leg instead of an orgasm.
LifeHacker.com, a mainstream site with millions of followers offers everyday solutions from ways to help you with your negotiating skills, to exercises to do before a long flight to avoid leg cramps, to even how to safely have shower sex.
According to LifeHacker.com writer Vanessa Marin, “Shower sex is pretty damn hot… in theory. But between height differences, soap in the wrong places, and slipping and falling, here’s how to go to town on each other without the frustration.”
Marin goes on to cover a number of different aspects of how to effectively have shower sex. The first tip she offers is on safety which is where the glowing endorsement for Sportsheets massively popular line Sex In The Shower comes in.
According to LifeHacker, “Sportsheets has an entire line of products that help you avoid slipping and falling mid-thrust. A singleor dual suction locking handle can give each of you some much-needed leverage. You can even try out these suction handcuffsto add a little S&M flavor to your shower adventures! This suction foot rest can give you or your partner a place to prop up one leg. (Incidentally, it also serves as a handy resting place when you’re shaving your legs.) At the very least, put a rubber bath maton the floor of your shower. The dangers of slipping are real, people.”
“We are thrilled that LifeHacker gave such a glowing review for our Sex In The Shower line of products,” said Sportsheets President Julie Stewart. “Most people recognize Sportsheets as a leader in BDSM and fetish gear which we are very proud of, but since its launch, Sex In The Shower has always been a hot seller for us. To be featured in the Health section of a site with such a huge audience like LifeHacker shows us that this line of products is actually making a difference in people’s lives and that by far is the most gratifying feeling for us.”
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