10 Tricky Tips To Prevent Queefing During Sex

Queefing is a natural and normal part of sexual intercourse. Here are some ways that you and your man can either prevent or put it in check.

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10 Tricky Tips To Prevent Queefing During Sex

Smart tips on how to avoid queefing

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Before we start, let's observe a moment of silence for all the women who have experienced queefing during sex and felt ashamed about it. Yes, queefing can be quite embarrassing, but it shouldn’t have to suck all the joy out of your sex life. In fact, it is a perfectly natural and normal occurrence. Many women have chosen to accept queefing as part of their sex lives. Others have learned enough to understand the signs of queefing and managed to cleverly prevent it altogether. There is plenty of talk, as well as misconceptions, when it comes to queefing. Some believe it is a sign of pregnancy, while others believe that practicing yoga can quell it. Either way, as long as people engage in sexual intercourse, there will always be queefing. Therefore, it is important to learn a few tricks you can use to keep it in check, that is, if you aren’t willing to live with it.

1. Prevent queefing by avoiding doggy style

If you have normal, missionary style intercourse, then you will definitely keep queefing in check or even avoid it altogether. For that matter, you will be required to find other sex positions that don’t involve you bending over. Positions such as doggy style shouldn’t be on the menu, unless you are ready to deal with lots of air being trapped inside of your vagina and in the end, embarrassing you in a very big, “queefy” way. You can prevent queefing by making sure that your vagina isn’t exposed by lying down during intercourse. Researching with your boo and practicing other positions will also prevent queefing during sex. You can find other useful tricks by reading on that will help you prevent queefing.

2. Tightening your vaginal walls during sex can prevent queefing

Queefing is a sign that a lot of air is trapped into your vagina during intercourse. You can do yourself a favor by tightening your vaginal walls during intercourse. This tip will make sure that you aren’t getting as much air into your vagina. And in the end, it will limit the queefing which, as we all know, can be quite embarrassing. Queefing doesn’t just happen when a woman is experiencing pregnancy or when she is doing yoga. The truth of the matter is that queefing is very natural. As a matter of fact, it’s something that happens even to the very best of women. So, although you will be working extra hard to prevent it from happening, you will have to accept it when it does happen. Air will always find its way into your vagina during intercourse. That means that you shouldn’t prevent yourself from enjoying some good, mind-blowing sex just because of your fear of queefing. Another importance of tightening your vaginal walls during sex is that it will not only limit queefing but will also make the sex much more sensual and enjoyable.

3. Limiting his pullout game will prevent queefing

It's pretty normal for people to get carried away during sex, especially if it’s super hot and mind-blowing. Your guy might end up pulling out so far up to the point that air gushes into your open vagina. And when he puts it back in, well, queefing happens. If this ever happens, then the best thing for you to do would be to talk with your man about the thrusting thing. You can try tightening your walls as instructed above to not only prevent queefing but to also limit just how far the thrusts go. Or have him pull out only part of the way after he thrusts. Doing so will make sex will be more sensual while stopping the air from finding its way in. Again, if queefing happens, don’t beat yourself up over it. It's natural.

4. Put a finger in to prevent queefing

For the umpteenth time, you don’t have to be in a pregnancy or doing lots of yoga for you to experience queefing. As long as you are enjoying some amazingly wild sex or intercourse as some people refer to it, then queefing is bound to happen. Therefore, before changing your position, it would do you some good to put a finger inside your vagina, then wriggling it a little to let the air out. It would be a good idea for you to make it a habit, especially if you can’t give up the doggy position. While putting a finger in your vagina before changing positions won’t get rid of queefing entirely, it will still release a significant amount of air from your vagina, reducing the chances of queefing in general.

5. Don’t stress when you can’t prevent queefing

Again, queefing is a normal occurrence. So, if it ever happens, you have absolutely nothing to worry about. This is because, well, it doesn’t mean a darn thing. As long as your man fully understands queefing and its origins, then you are good, baby girl. But if you keep stressing about it, then queefing will happen more often than not and you'll be more embarrassed every time it does. But if you ignore queefing during intercourse and choose to focus on enjoying the sex instead, then you will most certainly reduce the queefing altogether. I don’t know the science behind this, but ignoring it has been proven to reduce or prevent queefing. It might be a psychological thing. You know, you only attract things that you think about – or something close to that. On top of that, ignoring the embarrassing effects of queefing is also a sign of sexual maturity.

6. Going on top can prevent queefing

Just like there are some positions that are notorious when it comes to queefing, there are those that are known to reduce or prevent queefing. So, whether you are in a pregnancy or not, trying going on top. You won’t regret it. Getting on top of your man during sex will also give you much more control during intercourse, making it amazing and queef free. And even if queefing is going to be a factor, then you won’t have to worry much about it since you’ll have it under control. You can also do some yoga to make sure that your Kegel muscles are strong enough to control your vagina during intercourse. Remember, the stronger your Kegel muscles, the less the queefing will occur. And it goes without saying that the intercourse will be mind-blowing at the same time.

7. Prevent queefing by limiting the use of sex toys

I know this one is a rather tough pill to swallow. But sometimes, it might be a good idea to enjoy natural, normal sex if you want to prevent or limit queefing. Sex toys, as enjoyable as they might be, are notorious when it comes to trapping unwanted air in your vagina. Therefore, it would be a good idea for you to limit the use of sex toys, if at all you have to use them. And if you have to use them, then limit yourself to those that don’t require penetration. For instance, you can avoid queefing altogether by not using dildos. Instead, you can use vibrators that excite your clit and outer vaginal lips. That way, you’ll manage to keep the queefing at bay.

8. Make love slowly and lovingly

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More often than not, queefing is usually a sign of fast and aggressive intercourse. The thing with fast and rough sex is that you just can’t control the thrusting, which results in a lot of queefing. But if you and bae decide on making some slow, sensual love, then you will most certainly have an upper hand in your war against queefing. Besides, slow and sensual sex is always a winner if you ask me. Don’t believe me? Then how about you try it out sometime before disagreeing.

9. Deep penetration can cause queefing

When sex is so sensual and exciting, it's pretty normal for your bae to go in all the way. But doing this will most likely result in a lot of queefing. Not to say that deep penetration is a bad thing! What I mean is that you can go for shallow but effective thrusts which can be surprisingly arousing. Apart from these shallow thrusts being enchanting and erotic, they can also go a long way in preventing queefing. You can also avoid queefing while still deep thrusting. But the trick here will be ensuring that your man is making slow, sensual thrusts which can be controlled.

10. Try spooning while having sex

Controlling your man's thrusting is easier said than done since we all want to let loose during sex. But if you want to have a really good time as you let loose, then the best thing for you to try is spooning. This kind of sex is not vigorous but very, very sensual. It is very important that you take some time to learn the art of spooning.

Conclusion

So, there you have it. Queefing isn’t a sign of pregnancy or an occurrence strictly related only to yoga. It is just when air gets its way into your vagina and it's perfectly normal! Sexual intercourse is supposed to be interesting and enjoyable. And for that to happen, then it means you’ll have no other choice but to talk about everything sexual – and that includes queefing. You and your partner need to talk about queefing and find a long-lasting solution together. If you just can’t give up that hot doggy sex, then you need to find better ways to get the queefing in check. Feel free to employ all the above techniques that will give you the opportunity to enjoy sex without queefing. At the end of the day, it is important for you to accept the fact that it is a very normal occurrence. In fact, queefing only shows that your vagina is normal and that you have nothing to be ashamed of. So, in the event that you feel yourself queefing during sex, you can laugh it off rather than feeling embarrassed about it. A little queefing shouldn’t ruin your incredibly healthy sex life!

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