Food can be an exciting way to mix things up in the bedroom, but if you're not careful, those foods can put a hurting on your sensitive private areas.
There are actually several foods that can cause harm to the vagina, anus, and in some isntances, the penis.
I know what you're thinking, this is going to be a list full of giant phallic foods, like eggplants, or cucumbers, but it goes a little deeper than that.
The rule of thumb seems to be that you can use any food during sex, as long as it's not being placed in the vagina, or rectum, but here's what can happen when you do decide to break the rules:
Honey, chocolate syrup and jelly all sound like amazing foods for foreplay, and they are, but try to steer clear of the vagina. Those particular types of foods aren't easy to clean up, and if they make their way into the vagina, there's a major chance of getting yeast infections and bacterial vaginosis.
Fruits and Veggies
If you try to get kinky with certain smaller produce, such as berries and grapes, there's a chance they get stuck inside the vagina, and if you forget that they're in there, it only gets harder for doctors to get out. Plus, there's also the fact that no matter how well you wash the the fruits and veggies, they still have bacteria, leading to infections.
Oily Food, or Oil
If you're deep into the coconut oil fad, don't bring that madness into the bedroom. It might sound like a good lube, but it can easily trap bacteria and increase the chance of vaginal infections. Even if it's extra virgin olive oil, don't fall for the temptation of its supposed purity.
Don't take shots off your wife's cave of wonders. OK, but seriously, if you have a champagne shower and it makes its way to the vagina or anus, it's definitely going to get irritated.
Food That's Too Hot, Or Too Cold
Mucous membranes are extra sensitive to to extreme temperatures, and while it won't cause any long-term effects, your privates can get traumatized and feel terrible.