How to use food in sex
Remember when you used to play with your food as a kid and it would end up all over the floor? Your parents would reprimand you and teach you that you shouldn't play with your food -- you should eat it. Ah, those were the days.
Whipped cream isn't just for Sundays
Remember when you used to play with your food as a kid and it would end up all over the floor? Your parents would reprimand you and teach you that you shouldn't play with your food — you should eat it. Ah, those were the days.
The first step to a good romping session with food is to let go of any fears you have about the bedding getting dirty. It's going to happen, so just accept it. Don't worry about your sheets. Don't worry about getting sticky — just have fun with it! (If you really can't get past this, have your playtime in the kitchen!)
As an adult, you're able to not only eat your food but play with it, too. While whipped cream is the go-to edible accessory for bedroom play, there are so many other fun foods to use!
DiAnna Ritola is a spiritual sex and intimacy coach who says that as long as people don't have food allergies, most food is safe for sexploration. "Fun activities with food allow for sensuality and creativity," she says. "This also promotes a connection on a heart level because both partners are engaging in new areas of the brain when exploring new ground."
Delicious treats to try
Here are a few tips when using food in sexual play:
- If you are prone to yeast infections, avoid sugary foods on, in or near the vulva.
- Make sure all foods that are/will be inserted into the body are washed well prior to play.
- Any food that is going to be inserted places should have a condom on it, switching it out when going from one place to another to avoid infection.
- Avoid anything that may sting sensitive tissues or open cuts. This includes vinegar, hot sauce, citrus juice and salty foods.
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Playing with temperatures is a great way to stimulate different erogenous zones. Use warm chocolate sauce, ice cream, JELL-O, fruits and ice pops! When using whipped cream, try a variety of them. Cool Whip is a really great substitute to the aerosol cans. Those tend to be loud and obnoxious (think of the sound they make!). Have fun with your foods! Start amateur by creating a little dessert buffet along the belly, back, bottom, breasts, legs or neck.
Have fun, stay safe and enjoy your sexploration!