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The Hurricane Matthew Sex Checklist

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Posted October 6, 2016 by Kimani in Love. Life. Erotica.
Hurricane Matthew

The Hurricane Matthew Sex Checklist

History has shown us that severe weather often causes baby booms. I mean, inclement weather and two people cooped up in an enclosed space can inspire some questionable decisions. I love you guys, so I’ve prepared a list of things that should be in your cart, next to the carton of Parmalat.

 

**I’ve included some affiliate links to help your shopping list**

 

1. Condoms.

Do I really need to explain this? I will anyway. One of the best ways to prevent that ” I’m late” text after a storm is to wrap it up. Contraceptives are 99% effective in avoiding pregnancy and far more efficient than the ” pull- out” method.

Condoms also make for easier clean up after intercourse. There may not be running/ warm water for a ” warm rag” and shower, so make it as easy on yourself as possible.

 

2. Wipes

They’re for kids in more ways than one. Clean yourself and your partner up while you wait for power to be restored. It’s no substitute to an actual shower, but we’re making due in not-so-sexy scenarios.

Tip: Go for unscented wipes when possible, to avoid vaginal irritation. If you have time to ball out, order disposable washcloths and upgrade the hurricane kit.

 

3. Candles

Not just for romantic purposes, candles tend to be more practical than flashlights. Since we don’t want to be stumbling over each other in the dark, it would be nice to have some soft lighting placed around the room.

Any local botanica or multi purpose store should offer glass pillar candles (I call them “Money, House, Blessing” or santeria candles) for a few dollars each. Skip the fancy candles this go round.

Note: Candles should only be lit in the room you are in. Leaving them unattended is never a smart idea.

 

4. A Weekender Bag

Sometimes, you want to do it and dash, but storms don’t always offer that option. Hurricane Matthew sounds like the kind of guy who wants you to stay a night or two, so make sure you’re prepared. Pack a weekender bag with your favorite toiletries, comfy clothes and undies – just in case.

 

 

5. Power Bank

Technology is important, especially during storms like Hurricane Matthew. Charge up your power bank (it only takes a few minutes) and slip it into your overnight bag or purse. It never hurts to have backup power to keep yourself (and your lover) safe.

Now, you’re covered! What other items would you put in your Hurricane Matthew kit?




About the Author

Kimani

A NY transplant in Florida, Kimani has taken on the task of educating the world on sexual health and education. The Mount Vernon native has seen AIDS and HIV spread through her community like wildfire, and hopes to cease the transmission of these and other diseases one person at a time. If you know better, you're inclined to do better.

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