An experts guide to dogging

Date 13th Nov 2015 | Views  701

Dogging is a hell of a lot of fun to do for many different reasons. Not only do you get to enjoy the passionate sex you get to share with others, but the fact that it is taboo makes it even better. When you feel naughty during sex it simply enhances everything, making you enjoy it so much more. It is one of the kinkiest and hottest things that you can do, which is why it is so popular.

However, as with many of the kinky sex acts that you can try out, dogging has some rules. For the most part, you can learn the rules on your own as you get involved, but some of them are unspoken. There are certain expectations when it comes to dogging etiquette and safety that you are supposed to follow, but what if you don't know them?

Thankfully, we have the perfect guide to dogging do's and don'ts to guide you through and tell you not only the major do's and don'ts, but also some tips that might just help you out in the future.

Do: practice safer sex

Contrary to popular belief, dogging is actually pretty good when it comes to safe sex. Most people wrongly assume that everyone interested in dogging just doesn't wear a condom, and that they are quite happy spreading STIs and STDs around. We know that isn't the case for everyone, as catching an STI or STD just ruins the fun.

People tend to bring their own condoms and, even if they haven't, there will be others with some that you can use, but for obvious reasons it is best to take your own. You may have your own preferences for the ones that you like on your cock, so make sure you take a good supply in case you need to swap partway through the fun.

Something else that is also hugely handy to have is lube. Okay, so you can buy big bottles of the stuff, but that isn't really very convenient for dogging. What is convenient is that you can buy small packets of lube, which have pretty much the perfect amount in. Nothing goes to waste that way and it is small enough that you can keep it handy. It makes the whole thing much more pleasant for everyone involved and shows that you take it seriously, which is always a good thiing.

Don't: take risks

You might be tempted to take off the condom because you want to know what their sweet pussy feels like as you slide your cock inside of them, but is the risk really worth it? sLook at the others around you. If they aren't wearing condoms then it is an even bigger hint that you need to keep yours on. Sure, it might feel great for the time you're fucking, but afterwards do you really want the risk of looking down and seeing something you don't like on your crotch?

Safety is hugely important when it comes to swinging. People often take it for granted, meeting up with strangers on the internet and giving them far too much information. Most people use a swinging name instead to protect their identity.

When choosing the location, make sure it is somewhere you are familiar with that also has plenty of exits if you need them. At least two is ideal, as you are less likely to get blocked in that way. You should also keep your belongings secured somewhere in the car where others can't get to you and, when it is time to go, it's a good idea to stop somewhere for food or a drink afterwards. This is a very practical idea as you not only get the time to relax and come down from the post-sex high, but it also lets you see if you are being followed.

Do: know what is right for you

While your partner might have a good idea of the things that you like when it comes to sex, the only person who knows exactly how you are feeling in the moment is you. You need to use this to your advantage and, if you aren't feeling what is happening, you need to speak up and let the others know.

Knowing your limits is an essential part of dogging, as it makes sure that you aren't pushed into doing something you aren't comfortable with. After all, this is supposed to be fun. If you don't feel as though you are being respected, you can walk away and go and find your fun somewhere else with people who will respect you and treat you right.

Of course, if you are enjoying things you will probably want to try and show your enthusiasm. It might sound like stating the obvious, but if you are enjoying yourself you should show it. Those involved will enjoy watching the show you give off and you will get much more into it that way. It comes a whole lot more fun and lets everyone know that you are having a good time.

Don't: be a jerk

When you are planning to go dogging, you want to make sure you have showered and are as clean as can be. We've all been there when an ex partner hasn't been, and it always makes things unpleasant! Similarly, you need to make sure you don't make a mess after the fun. We know, you're tired and feeling very blissful, but taking the time to put the condoms, wrappers, lube packets, tissues, etc into a bin is a good move. It means that the dogging spot can be used more in the future, as you are respecting the land.

Sometimes we get so passionate about our need for fun that we get anxious and fidgety. That means that, when a dogging couple does turn up, we want to immediately pounce. However, you should instead hold back and let them warm up first. When the action starts, look for the signs. If they flash their lights, it is usually a sign they want to be watch, while an open window could signal that they want others to join in.

When it is all said and done and things have wrapped up, don't wait around and start catcalling because you want more. This shows that you aren't respectful to others doggers. Instead, give them space and simply leave when you are done. Do you have some other essential do's and don'ts that you want to share with others? Let us know in the comments below.