How To Clean Your Nunu After S$x, Because They Just Don’t Teach You The Useful Things In School




This is specifically to clean out your urinary tract to protect you against urinary tract infections (UTIs), which can be very painful and dangerous if not treated. The best way to prevent a UTI is to pee after s$x. This is because during s$x, bacteria can end up in your urethra (the tube you pee out of). This is totally natural and normal and not something to stress about, but good self-care after s$x includes peeing so that you can flush out any wayward bacteria.

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Peeing also flushes out a lot of the s$x juices you will have accumulated in your nunu during intercourse (and wiping yourself after will take care of the rest). So if you don’t enjoy that squelchy feeling that comes from having lots of lube and semen up in there, peeing (and letting gravity help you out over the toilet) is a great way to deal with that. You can also use a bidet  to get up in there a bit more for a deeper, squeakier clean.


While it’s not necessary, some people do like to feel clean after they get it on (I mean s$x can make you sweaty all over, it’s not just about your nunu) and may want to shower or bathe afterwards. To each their own!

If this sounds like you, that’s awesome, but make sure you don’t use soaps or body washes that have perfume in them — at least not on your genitals. These chemicals are bad for your nunu. They knock your tender balance out-of-whack and can cause yeast infection and bacterial vaginosis, neither of which you want (I’m assuming). So if you do like to soap down after a romp, make sure you’re using scent-free soap options (this includes unscented vag@nal wipes).