6 Ways to Have Sex When You Don’t Have Privacy At Home

by Adora Wong
LIFESTYLE  |  December 25, 2017
  • Pull your bed away from the wall
    1 / 6 Pull your bed away from the wall

    It’s awkward for everyone in the house when the headboard bangs repeatedly against the wall. So if your bed touches it, be sure to pull it away. Just don’t drag it such that everyone knows you’re moving your bed.

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  • Use a white noise machine
    2 / 6 Use a white noise machine

    A white noise machine fills the room with relaxing sounds, like that of a steady stream or wind blowing through trees. It’ll not only help put you to sleep at night, but also drown out the humping going on in your bed.

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  • Do it on the floor
    3 / 6 Do it on the floor

    Maybe you just can’t move your bed. Or the springs in them are way too creaky. Either way, if the sounds from your bed are going to give you away, you might as well move to the floor. Simply spread out a rug or towel and you’re good to go. Plus, it’s pretty kinky.

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  • Get under the covers
    4 / 6 Get under the covers

    Yes, it’ll be super warm, but there’s something about sweaty sex that makes it super hot. It’s like hot yoga – you may not love it, but it pays off.

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  • Take it to the shower
    5 / 6 Take it to the shower

    It might be tricky for the both of you to get to the bathroom together, but ninja your way around and you just might be rewarded with the time of your life. Just try not to take too long…

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  • Stock up on egg cartons
    6 / 6 Stock up on egg cartons

    Egg cartons are known to be great (and cheap) soundproofing tools, and you can line the floor and the bottom of your door with them to keep the sound down.

    (Also Read: Sex Positions That Boost Your Chances Of Getting Pregnant)

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    A version of this story first appeared in CLEO. Offering an insider perspective on everything a twenty-something woman in Singapore wants or needs to know, CLEO Magazine is now available in both print and digital formats. Visit www.CLEO.com.sg to subscribe.


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