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Lubricants for sexual intercourse

When a woman is aroused she becomes wet or has vaginal lubrication. Well, that is the assumption. Truth be told, it doesn’t always occur the way we might like it to. Lubrication is influenced by one’s hormonal fluctuations, among many other things. A reduction of estrogen levels, as seen when a woman has reached menopause, has had a hysterectomy, has just given birth or is breast feeding, can decrease natural lubrication, as can certain drugs, medication (i.e. birth control pills), and quite often stress. Even if lack of natural lubrication is not an issue for you, artificial lubricants (also called lube) can enhance already pleasurable sexual experiences.

Many people enjoy using oil based lubricants like Vaseline or body oil when they masturbate. They are easy to find and convenient to use. However, such products can lead to urinary tract infections and especially vaginal infections because they are difficult for the body to rid itself of them. More natural oil based lubricants like a pure-food-grade massage oil are easier on your body. They can be very good options for solo fun or for manual sex on men and women.

However, all oil-based lubricants are completely incompatible with safer sex measures. Oil destroys latex and, therefore, is destructive to latex condoms, gloves, dental dams, and diaphragms. Water-based lubricants are specially formulated to be non-irritating to genital tissue, can be easily washed out of your body and, most importantly, can be used with latex condoms.

Lube can be used in a variety of ways. You can use them by yourself. Many women find it pleasant to rub a drop or two on their vulva while they masturbate. The lubricant allows them to rub their clitoris without too much friction. You can use them for vaginal sex (either with a dildo or with a partner). Putting a drop of lube on the penis before putting on a condom can increase the pleasure for the condom wearer. Having two lubricated surfaces sliding against one another can be very enjoyable. As for anal sex, additional lubrication is an absolute must. The anus and rectum do not produce any natural lubrication of their own, so you have to add some. If you don’t use a lubricant, penetration can be damaging to the thin, sensitive tissue inside.

Sometimes you will find that while using a lubricant it will dry out a bit and become sticky. There is no need to apply more. With a water-based lubricant all you need to do is add some water and it will become slippery again. For me, the easiest way to do this is with a little spray bottle of water. Sounds kind of silly, but you just spray and you are back in action.

Only a few years ago when you went out to buy a lubricant all you could find was KY jelly. Most pharmacies didn’t offer much else. Well times have changed. Recently, I looked around in the condom and feminine products aisle and found 4 brands with a couple of varieties among them. Sex shops (both online & traditional retail shops) have even more options.

Now that we have choice, it can be a bit overwhelming when selecting a lubricant. So, what are we to do? Experiment, just like you would when buying shampoo or soap. If you buy your sex toys and products from a specialized store or vendor, see if they offer trial sizes or samples. If Lubricants-lubeyou have a bit more of a budget, you can buy a few different ones and try them out. Some things to keep in mind are:

Water-based lubricants: They typically contain de-ionized water, glycerin, propylene glycol and nontoxic preservatives. Although available in both flavored and unflavored mixtures, most unflavored lubes still taste slightly sweet. Water-based lubes do not stain, are safe for use with latex and all other barrier birth control methods, and rarely cause irritation. While they often dry out during extended sex sessions, water-based lubes are quickly revived with a bit of water.

Silicone-based lubricants: They are similar to water-based lubes with a few exceptions. They retain their lubricating properties better and longer than water-based lubricants. They are also highly concentrated. A little goes a long way. Like water-based lubricants, silicone will not harm latex products, but they can damage toys made from silicone, Definitely use a different lube when using your silicone toys.

Allergies: Like any product, before buying lube read the ingredient list to avoid any bad reactions. Ingredients to keep an eye out for are methyl paraben, propyl paraben and glycerin.

Nonoxynol-9: This is a detergent that was claimed to kill the HIV virus in the laboratory setting. The Centers for Disease Control now report that it has now been proven ineffective against HIV transmission and with regular use it can leave you at higher risk for contracting the virus. It can be irritating to the skin (inside and out) and may leave you at higher risk for developing small tears in your vagina or anus. The possible risk with no benefit indicates that Nonoxynol-9 should not be recommended as an effective means of HIV prevention. For safer sex purposes it is wise to avoid lubricants (and condoms) with Nonoxynol-9.

Taste: Lubricants containing nonoxynol-9 lubes have a strong taste, while leaving you at greater risk of contracting a sexually transmitted infection, they also don’t taste very good. Many other products have a sweet sort of taste. It isn’t offensive, but it may take some getting used to. If it bothers you, you can always try a fruit flavored lubricant. They are likely to be sweet, but definitely fruity!

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3 Responses to “Lubricants for sexual intercourse”

  • admireme:

    We use a lubricant called WetStuff, its absolutely fantastic. Its not sticky like alot of the others, a little goes along way and it doesn’t taste too bad either. Highly reccommend it.

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  • keirren:

    Don’t ever use KY it is so sticky and you have to use so much to make it worthwhile.

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  • timbotown:

    What can I say? Good old spit, its inexpensive, natural, and you can never run out of it.

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