Yeah, shower sex is perfectly fine. Water is not going to cause the condom to break more easily. I'd suggest still using the condom in the shower. The only way shower sex WON'T be safe is if one of you loses balance and falls. If you've got railings in there, I'd suggest hanging on!
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I've never felt more deceived by romance books and movies as I did the first time I had shower sex. I found it vastly overrated. I spent most of the minute experience crouched on top of the rim of a bathtub and clutching the wall for dear life—trying not to injure myself or my then-boyfriend. About 10 minutes in, I caught a glimpse of us the mirror, and I ended up paying more attention to the spectacle of us attempting shower sex than to the sex itself.
Authoritarian government officials have used the COVID pandemic as a way to increase their control over the populace. Part of that includes removing as much personal engagement as possible. Simple gestures like handshakes are anathema in most of America now, and hugging is out of the question. But the most personal physical experience we can have with another person—sex—has been largely danced around until recently.