slip-sliding away


For the first time in quite a while, I ran across something of interest at Salon. It’s tough, I know, to come up with something fascinating every single day about sex. Some days there’s just nothing new to say.
But I digress. This article is about lube. The fun of lube, the importance of lube. It recommends using it every time you have sex. I have to admit, even with my love of lubes, that this would never have occurred to me – for the same reasons it didn’t occur to most people in the article – because I have no problems getting wet, generally speaking, with a lover. Still, the article has encouraged me to give it a try. Anything that can make the experience more fun, I’m all for.
Lubes are fun though. They’re fun for playing with my toys, and they’re wonderful for slicking up your favourite cock. Just for play. I love the sensation of a hard, hot, oiled-up cock between my fingers. Yum. And though I haven’t tried it yet, I imagine they’d be… erm… helpful when it comes to anal sex. šŸ™‚
My favourites:

    Eros – a silicon-based lube that is one of the silkiest things I’ve ever felt. I haven’t tasted it (yet) so I can’t say if it would be any good for combining oral sex with your other activities, but in terms of a smooth slide, this thing is one of the best.
    Wet – not bad for taste (comes in flavors like Strawberry and Mango). Cute little bottle. The lube itself is pretty average, though I do find it lasts a little longer than Astroglide before becoming sticky.
    Kama Sutra Love Oils – Yum. With lots of flavors to choose from, these oils also come with an added bonus – they warm up when you apply them to your lover’s skin and then blow on them. Not so great for actually providing a lot of lube if you need it, but these are tasty and fun for play.

All this lube-osity has got me to thinking; I have yet to try slicking up completely with a partner and sliding away on a shower curtain, would you use a lube for this or just plain old massage oil? I’m thinking the massage oil might be more fun, but you never know…

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