Ways You Should Never Use Food during Intimacy

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The Bottom line: You can eat during s*x if you want, but be careful where it goes. Using food as a prop can be extremely hot – if done correctly.

Food and sex share many similarities: they’re both sensual, and nourishing, and have the potential for great variety.

Combining intimacy with food and incorporating edible ingredients into your bedroom routine is one of the simplest and most delicious ways to spice up your s*x life.

In fact, “food play” is ideal for long-term relationships.

Ways You Should Never Use Food during Intimacy
Ways You Should Never Use Food during Intimacy
Ways You Should Never Use Food during Intimacy

I’m not sure if I should issue a content warning before diving into this article, or if you should proceed at your own risk because, well, you’re the one who clicked into this entire thing.

Let’s go with the second option.

It’s always fun to experiment with your intimate life, whether you’re in a long-term relationship or hooking up with someone new.

And, given how much pleasure food gives your taste buds, it makes sense to wonder if it might do the same for your vigina.

Ways You Should Never Use Food during Intimacy

Raiding your kitchen for unusual butt plugs isn’t always a good idea – it can result in discomfort, chemical burns, or even infections.

The thing is, you can eat while getting intimate as long as you follow one simple rule.

“Normally, we tell people that if they’re using food during foreplay, they can place it on any part of the body minus mucous membranes like the vagina and rectum,” says Jamil Abdur-Rahman, M.D., board-certified ob/GYN and chairman of obstetrics and GYN at Vista East Medical Center in Waukegan, Illinois.

However, some foods and drinks are more dangerous than others if they get on your mucous membranes.

If you bring food into the bed, you should avoid:
  1. Any type of sweet spread or sauce
  2. Vegetables and fruits
  3. Anything hot and spicy
  4. Anything to which either of you is allergic
  5. Oily foods or the oil itself
  6. Alcohol
  7. Anything that is at either end of the temperature spectrum.
Here are seven s*xy bedroom tips for combining s*x and food for the best foreplay ever.
  1. Keep it light and sweet.
  2. Keep food away from your private parts.
  3. Engage all your senses.
  4. Be inventive
  5. Be well-prepared.
  6. Have a good time.
  7. Afterward, clean each other up.

“I believe that food can spice up s*x, but only on the vulva, not inside the vagina,” Hutcherson says.

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