Group Sex: Top Tips for Threesomes, Foursomes, and More!

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Why group sex is so hot

If you’ve ever fantasized about group sex, you’re not alone. It’s a pretty standard fantasy for both men and women. But while the desire to have multiple partners may be universal, the reasons behind that can vary from person to person. For some, it’s simply a matter of wanting to experience all that life has to offer – including the erotic thrills that come with enjoying the attention of two (or more) people at once. For others, it may be a way of acting out dominance and control or a reflection of their insatiable sexual appetite. Whatever the reason, there’s no shame in admitting that you’ve thought about getting busy with more than one partner simultaneously. After all, fantasies should be enjoyed – not hidden away. So go ahead and let your imagination run wild. 

couple experimenting with group sex

Preparation is key

While group sex can be a great way to spice up your sex life, it’s important to remember that preparation is vital. Whether you’re attending an orgiastic soiree or inviting a few friends over for a more intimate threesome, you can do a few things to ensure everyone has a good time. For starters, lube is your friend—lots and lots of lube. You’ll want to ensure everyone is sufficiently lubricated before things get too crazy. Ensure you have access to condoms (latex and non-latex), dental dams, or other barriers for vaginal and oral sex. 

With some planning and preparation, you can safely let loose and enjoy yourself.

couple experimenting with group sex

  • STI prevention and protection

Threesomes are an excellent opportunity to go wild and experiment, although it’s important to remember that they come with risks. The most important thing is to be prepared and to use the proper protection. If you’re planning on having anal sex, make sure you have plenty of lube and condoms. And if oral sex is on the menu, don’t forget the dental dams. Of course, the best way to stay safe is to get tested for STDs before thinking about getting busy with anyone new. 

While wearing a condom is a must for group sex, it’s not a guarantee that you will be safe. Have a couple of condoms handy before things get hot and heavy. There’s nothing worse than interrupting the action to search for a condom. And always make sure to grab a fresh rubber when changing partners, and each time a new hole is entered!

As far as orgies are concerned, they are a lot like snowflakes – no two are exactly alike. Some sex parties are small and intimate, while others are large and wild. While some follow strict rules, others are more free-spirited and spontaneous. All orgies share one thing in common: they require trust and safety among the participants. That’s why it’s always a good idea to inquire about STI testing before attending an orgy. After all, you don’t want anything to get in your way of having fun. You can establish a safe and consensual environment by ensuring all parties are up to date on their STI testing. So go ahead and indulge your wildest fantasies – just be sure to do so responsibly.

  • Consent and etiquette during group sex

Group sex can be an exciting experience, but it’s essential to remember that you’re only one part of the equation. There are many potential partners, and you must consider their individual needs before engaging with them all at once: who is allergic to latex, what sexual acts are off-limits, and who isn’t comfortable kissing. You must take all of these factors and more into consideration.

Consent should always be your number one guiding light. You can’t assume anything when participating in group sex – you know that thing that most people love? Well, there are always those who hate it! As you engage with different partners, ensure everyone’s boundaries are considered and respected.

Sometimes, it’s unclear what’s off-limits within an open relationship. Many have found success navigating this with a concept known as “partnered consent,” which limits certain activities to specific partners. Although it may sound complicated at first, it’s not–as long as you follow the golden rule: always ask first. 

These precautions ensure that everyone in the group has fun and is relaxed during the experience. There is no need for anxiety about STI transmission, unplanned pregnancy, or crossing boundaries when you can plan and put your mind totally at ease!

Who knows? You might just find yourself acting out your fantasy sooner than you think…


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