Is it safe to use hollow cucumber or banana skin for masturbation male? Any chances of infection? It is perfectly safe to have fun with fruits and vegetables, so long as you're not spunking up the produce in the aisles of your local Piggly Wiggly. You may be surprised to learn that you are not the first person to have these concerns! See below.
Is it safe to put food in your vagina?
Household Items You Can Masturbate With (And Some You Cant)
Has the recent Internet chatter about grapefruiting piqued your curiosity, but left you with a lot of questions? Are you intrigued by the idea of a natural, low-cost way to spice up your trips to the bone zone, but fear the possibility of free-flyin' citrus juice? Does grapefruit give you acid reflux? Do you need those grapefruits for breakfast tomorrow??? If you answered "yes" to any of the above questions, don't worry! There's still an easy and food-filled solution to your sexual dilemmas.
Masturbation (SEX WITH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES, 2010)
Eating, sex and sleep: our most primal activities. Some foods are considered kinda sexy, and you and a lover or two or three may like experimenting with different foods to titillate. Or, you may not have your very own high-tech masturbation tool, and need to borrow a carrot or cucumber out of the fridge. But, is introducing foods into your vagina a smart thing to be doing?
I hear jokes about people pleasuring themselves with produce. Yes, people actually use cucumbers, carrots, zucchini and other long, hard veggies for insertion alone or with a partner — and I've even seen some of the coolest G-spot cucumbers while shopping the aisles of my local grocer. Some guys even use melons, like honeydew and cantaloupe, to screw with. While the veggie can't, or won't consent, nobody is actually harmed in the making of masturbation with fruits and veggies, and the most unsafe time to use the veggie would be in the supermarket before you buy it.