5 Things That Are Making You Queef More During Sex

There are plenty of embarrassing things that can happen during sex. Most of them we would probably try not think about and pretend like they never exist, on the chance that thinking about them could make them happen to us. But, it’s worthwhile thinking about them when it can help stop them. That’s why I’m bringing up queefing today.

To put it simply, queefing is basically a vagina fart. It’s when air gets trapped up in the vagina and is released — often with a noisy exit but no smell. Some people might think that makes it better than a fart, but others would disagree, especially when it happens more than once.

Queefing can happen at times outside of the bedroom, but it can be a reoccurring theme for people who are getting nasty. And the thing to know is that you (and bae) might be making it worse.

At the end of the day, queefing should be no big deal. It’s a natural thing, but I get that if there’s a way people can cut down on doing it, they will want to know. Here are six things that are actually making you queef more during sex.


Going Really Fast

If you're the type of person who likes to have super speedy, in-and-out-like-a-jack-hammer sex, note that you're making yourself more prone to queefing. Basically, with every thrust, that's more air going up your vag. And eventually, it's going to have to come out. You could try going slower, but if you like fast sex, embrace the queefing. After all, it's natural.

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Switching Positions A Lot

Switching positions can feel amazing because it means that you can feel things at different angles. But, be aware that all of that switching can cause queefing. In one position, you're likely going to get pumped full of air. Then when you move around to get into another one, the air can be realeased. Bingo, queef. To prevent it, try keeping your partner's penis inside of you when switching positions, if you can.

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Going In And Out

If your partner likes to go all the way out of the vagina and back in, the chances of queefing are likelier with each thrust. Think about it: The peen is forcing all of that air in there. You could try having him pull out just a bit before thrusting again. Who knows, you might like it better.

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Trying Certain Positions

There are actually certain positions that make queefing more likely. They're typically those deeper ones you try when you're trying to have a vaginal orgasm, like doggy style. This shouldn't be a reason not to try positions like that. I just want you to be aware that it can happen.

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Not Using Enough Lube

Here's an interesting one for you. Self reported that some think that using lube helps hold the vagina walls together while switching positions which means less queefing. Cosmopolitan adds that using lots of lube can cause delayed queefing. It's something to think about, especially as lube already has some major positives.

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How do you deal with queefing? Let us know in the comments!

 

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