You're much safer sticking to your shower, bath, or your own backyard. Plus, condoms are far more likely to slip off during underwater intercourse. No, chlorine doesn't kill STIs! Standing bodies of water like lakes, ponds, and swimming holes are generally bad calls because they can be host to nasty bacteria. No gender, sexual orientation, or question is off limits, and all questions remain anonymous. If you are going to use a condom, put it on before getting into the water, hold it in place if you can, and be mindful about slippage. That factor in and of itself can pose enough of a logistical challenge to prevent you from having underwater sex. Is there anything we should know before we give it a go?
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