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Slip and glide

Slip and glide

A lube can be your best friend in bed. Let me help you make the best use of it.

Any woman who has gone “ouch” during sex knows the value of lube. It can make sex awesome, no doubt, but only if used the right way. So many women put up with pain because they don’t know about the advantages of lube or are too embarrassed to ask a chemist for it. But before you slather up for a sizzling session, make sure you avoid these common mistakes.

But before I show you why lubes are every vagina’s best friend, let me direct your attention to my Vagina Masterclass program, which contains everything you need to know about what’s going on between your partner’s legs. Because let’s face it, you’re not a magna cum laude scholar when it comes to this topic, am I right. Of course I’m right. But fear not, you will be after you check out my program. And you’ll forever thank me for it. 


No matter what traditional wisdom suggests, never use coconut oil as a lube or opt for oil-based lubes. Some women reach out for oils because they are not aware of the advantages of using lube and also because some streams of alternative medicine suggest it. Oil-based lubes, however, can give your partner a nasty infection. It does not wash out with urine like a regular lube and can cause irritation down there. Need another reason to avoid them? Oil-based lubes make the latex in condoms deteriorate, causing tears, which could put you at risk of an unwanted pregnancy or sexually transmitted diseases. Opt for a glycerine, water, or silicone-based lube with condoms instead. 


Our saliva is loaded with germs, which can transfer to the nether regions. Besides being a poor lubricant, it can give your partner serious infections such as genital herpes, bacterial vaginosis and yeast infections. To avoid such situations, I always keep a tube of lube handy because I don’t want to end up with infections. 


Flavoured lubes often alter the pH balance of your partner’s vagina, a side effect that makes you prone to infections. And if you are still willing to take a calculated risk, look at the ingredients and avoid ones that have nonoxynol-9, petroleum, propylene glycol and chlorhexidine gluconate as they tend to cause inflammation. 


It might seem easier to reach out for a conditioner or body gel to lube up when things get hot in the shower. When my husband and I had a quickie in the shower, I used some body wash as a lube. While the gel worked, the aftermath was horrid. It started with a bad itch down there that developed into a full-blown allergy. Shower products can also cause a condom to tear. 


Water-based: These lubes are the safest when they are petrochemical-free, glycerin-free and paraben-free. They, however, are not long-lasting and will need to be reapplied. These lubes are easy to clean, wash out with urine, and are compatible with condom use. 

Silicone-based: Perfect for use in water and last for a long time. They are, however, more difficult to wash out and may need soap. Also condom-friendly. 

Flavoured: These come in many flavours and could add a new dimension to the experience, but they might cause inflammation. 

Warming and cooling: They increase sensitivity by creating a cooling or heating sensation. These may, however, cause irritation. Safe for use if they are water or silicon-based.

Hot kisses, 

Gabrielle Moore

P.S. Yes, lube is mandatory for everyone with a vagina, but you know what else is mandatory? Knowing everything about the aforementioned vaginas, and it pains me deeply to see that most men aren’t. Penises are openly celebrated, but education about vaginas is often lacking. My Vagina Masterclass will walk you through the essential parts of the vagina and guide you through the secrets to achieving the elusive and complex female orgasm.

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