These Sex Positions Will Make Bathroom Sex Way Hotter

Photographed by Lula Hyers.
When most of us think about having sex in the bathroom, we think about the shower, specifically. Shower sex seems undeniably steamy, but it's also somewhat overrated and difficult to execute.
But just because you're not into shower sex doesn't mean you should write off bathroom sex altogether. Considering how many varied surfaces, objects, and water sources you probably have in your bathroom, the opportunities to have out-of-the-box sex are endless. And hey, the bathroom might also be the only private room with a lock in your apartment, so it's worth at least exploring.
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Now, if your bathroom is more like a rest stop than a sex palace, you might be wondering just how you can make the experience more conducive to sex. With the right positions, even your roommate's shower caddy and your nasty bath mat can be useful during sex. So, here are the positions your need to know to pull off sex in your bathroom.
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Illustrated by: Paola Delucca.
Stand facing the sink and mirror, and have the giver enter from behind. The receiver can hold onto the sink, or prop their leg up on the toilet to control the angle. From this position, the giver will also have a hand free to use another external toy on the receiver — and the best part is, you both get to watch.
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Illustrated by: Paola Delucca.
All that spit from oral sex can get messy sometimes, which is why you should consider bringing it to the shower. In this position, the receiver faces the shower head, while the giver gives head with their back to the shower. If this hurts the giver's knees, they can stand outside the shower with their knees on a softer bathmat.
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Illustrated by: Paola Delucca.
You'll need a sink large enough for the receiver to lay on it stomach-down in this position. From there, the giver can enter from behind and hold the receiver's legs. If you're someone who finds doggy-style sex uncomfortable, then this might be easier on your hips, Madeleine Castellanos, MD, functional medicine physician and sex therapist told Refinery29.
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Illustrated by: Paola Delucca.
Standing sex in a shower requires balance, so in this position the receiver can hold onto the giver's hips or place their hands on the shower wall in front of them for stability. (Just try not to knock over your over-the-shower product organizer.)
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Illustrated by: Paola Delucca.
Clear off all your favorite skincare products from your counter before attempting this position, because the receiver will need to sit on the sink, with their legs up and over the giver's shoulders. It's best if the giver places both hands behind them for support, because this can be challenging, although it does allow for deep penetration.
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