Tumescent Male Organ Fun in a Tent: Camping Couplingby John Dugan Owner
One of the many pluses of summer having finally arrived is that camping season is open again. Sure, guys are used to pitching a tent any time of year, but now that tent is a full-size canvas one in which they can engage in many fun activities - including, of course, sensual activity. And there is something about all that fresh air that makes a tumescent male organ even more insistent than usual – especially one that has benefitted from good male organ care. So assuming that a man is going camping with a partner that is anxious to get friendly with that impatient tumescent male organ, here are a few tips on coupling in a tent.
Make sure the tent is also firm
Yes, yes, when a guy has a tumescent male organ, it’s hard for him to think about anything else. But it’s important to tell one’s insistent friend that he simply has to wait until all the spikes have been driven in and all the frames and poles put securely in place. Otherwise, one is likely to have the tent collapse on the middle of the coupling – and staying in the mood after that can be a challenge.
Beware of shadows
When at a campground where there are many nearby neighbors, it may be best to turn the lanterns and flashlights off before getting down to the business at hand – otherwise there may be an interesting shadow play for other campers to see (and comment on). (Of course, this may be a plus for those with exhibitionist tendencies.) By the same token, be aware that sound seems to carry further in the wild – so some couples may want to watch how loudly they moan or talk dirty.
Remember more than the manhood is hard
That tumescent male organ may be hard, but so is the bare ground – and a sleeping bag doesn’t really add much in the way of comfort. Whoever is on bottom will be much more appreciative and stay in the mood longer is they are lying on a nice air mattress and have a soft pillow under their head. And be sure to set the tent up in an area which is relatively free of intrusive, jagged rocks.
Plan for clean-up
For most campers, it’s at least a little hike from their campsite to a bathroom, so they may want to plan in advance for some after-coupling cleaning up. Bring along a little bucket and carry some water from the bathroom (or a nearby stream or lake) to the tent before getting down to getting down. Keep some paper towels handy as well, and dip them in water to wash away fluids and scents. Or keep some moistened towelettes around instead.
In the wild, bugs just happen. Couples need to spray up after they take their clothes off – which can actually be kind of fun if they take turns spraying each other and rubbing it in. Spraying the genitals is probably not a good idea, due to the chemicals involved – but do be sure to spray the posterior (especially of the partner who is going to be on top, offering his posterior as an inviting target to any mosquitoes who wander in.)
Having a tumescent male organ can make for a truly amazing sensual experience in a tent, especially if that member has been well cared for., One excellent way to maintain male organ health is to daily apply a top drawer male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) to that member. For best results, a man should select a crème with both L-arginine and L-carnitine. The former is an amino acid which is an aid in the process by which manhood blood vessels are kept open and expanded. The latter has neuroprotective properties that can help a member which suffers some loss of sensation from rough (if enjoyable) handling.Visit http://www.menshealthfirst.com for additional information on most common male organ health issues, tips on improving member sensitivity and what to do to maintain a healthy manhood. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous websites.
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