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    Sex more difficult on a waterbed
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    misschoochoo posted:
    I had sex on an old-fashioned waterbed with my boyfriend -- the kind with no baffles, with a lot of wave movement. It seemed that the movement of the water actually hindered us from moving with each other. Has anyone else had this experience? I'm thinking I'd just like to try a standard mattress so I can concentrate on his movement in me, and not feeling like I'm on a ship. Thanks for any input.
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    georgiagail responded:
    The one and only time I tried that on a waterbed I got seasick.

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    GuardSquealer responded:
    Sex is different on different types of surfaces. My wife had a full wave waterbed when we first got together and we had some fun on it, but a regular mattress is a different experience as is the floor with no padding at all. It is fun to try all the different places that you can. Couches, chairs, tables, cars, standing, kneeling, from behind, ect.


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