Sex Abroad: Dos and Don’ts

It is said that your European experience will not be complete without having sex with strangers or fellow travellers.

How does this happen?

There are three components that make up the continent’s recipe for sex-while-traveling spree: alcohol, European accent and momentary freedom. For instance, the Netherlands is known to be among the most pro-sex nations in the world. As such, it is common that you’d see the modern-day Sodom and Gomorrah. That being said, tourists, travellers and backpackers should prioritise their sexual health since sexual health is an important component of our overall health.  Here are some dos and don’ts that may help you in having a clean but liberating sexual experience while overseas:

– Do get your own room

Even if Europe’s very open to casual sex, there are laws that prohibit outdoor sex. To ensure your privacy and intimacy, do get your own room. Hostels may not be your best choice if you are on a budget, but you will definitely enjoy having sex in a comfortable bed. You can also opt looking for party hostels where you can pick up your prospects and have sex there at the same time.

– Do use condoms

Whether you’re a man or a woman, make sure that you or your partner has a condom ready. It is always better to be safe than sorry. Condoms will protect you from getting sexually transmitted diseases (or from getting pregnant).

– Do use a private shower or bathroom for a quickie

If you think you and your partner don’t have the time to get back at your hotel, look for a private bathroom or shower and go f*ck there instead. However, always lock the door and mop up the place after your quick session.

– Do eat the locals.

This applies to the food, too.

– Don’t f*ck on the beach

Having sand on our body or private parts is not pleasurable, not unless you are a masochist.

– Don’t give up on sex

If you don’t have any protection, don’t give up yet. There are other pleasurable ways that you can do without penetrating your partner. There’s titty-f*ck, blowjobs (believed as not to be THAT risky), getting off mutually or finger penetration.

– Don’t just f*ck or get f*cked

If you want to get sex just to cross out your sex-while-abroad checklist, don’t do it. Engage in any sexual activity only if you feel like doing it.

– Don’t get too drunk

If you’re planning on having sex with a girl or guy you met at the bar, don’t drink too much alcohol. You still want to get f*cked or f*ck someone while you’re still aware of what you’re doing, right?