The 9 Most Awkward Moments While Having Sex with Your Sugar Daddy


When it comes right down to it, no one is immune to awk­ward moments while hav­ing sex, regard­less of whether you’re into sugar daddy dat­ing or you’re in a more tra­di­tional rela­tion­ship. It’s inevitable that you and your sugar daddy (or future sugar daddy) are going to expe­ri­ence awk­ward moments while hav­ing sex, but the impor­tant thing is how you deal with them.

He’s…small: Your sugar daddy is rich, refined, cul­tured, and attentive…but when you saw it in all its glory for the first time, you were a wee bit dis­ap­pointed. The solu­tion isn’t what to do, but rather what not to do. Don’t be crit­i­cal and keep your facial expres­sions in check. What should you do? Coo a lit­tle bit, grab him like you mean it, kiss him on the lips, and give him the ride of his life.

Pass­ing gas: Did you know every­one passes gas roughly 15 to 25 times a day? Yes, even you. And the fric­tion from hav­ing sex can increase gas. You know what else the fric­tion of sex can do? Trap gas inside your nether region. That can lead to a noise that sounds a lot like pass­ing gas. No mat­ter where it comes from, it’s totally com­mon. Depend­ing on what kind of per­son­al­i­ties you and your sugar daddy are, you can either ignore it or gig­gle about it. But there’s no rea­son to dwell on it or have it ruin the rhythm of the night (or day).

He can’t get it up: It can hap­pen to almost any­one, really! Stud­ies show that as many as 52% of men expe­ri­ence erec­tile dys­func­tion, includ­ing 40% of men aged 40 and 70% of men aged 70, which are prime sugar daddy years. So if your sugar daddy is get­ting up there in age, chances are good you’ll run into this sce­nario now and again. But it might have noth­ing to do with his age though. Other cul­prits could be alco­hol, tired­ness, nerves or stress, and medication—it might even be psy­cho­log­i­cal. Instead of focus­ing on it or get­ting annoyed, switch gears; his pack­age isn’t a light switch and chang­ing your posi­tion or pace might do the trick. Maybe indulge in a lit­tle more fore­play, kiss, spoon naked, or snug­gle. If it still isn’t hap­pen­ing and your sugar daddy gets dis­cour­aged, you could always talk about it—see if there’s any­thing the two of you can do together to make it better.

Your juices won’t flow: There are going to be times when it might take a lit­tle longer for you to be ready to do the deed with your sugar daddy, which can be painful. Whether you’re tak­ing med­ica­tion, not in the mood, or the fore­play is ter­ri­ble, being too dry doesn’t nec­es­sar­ily have to mean no sex. A lit­tle dab of lubri­ca­tion can go a long way. Make it part of the fun by let­ting your sugar daddy watch you apply it, or let him do it for you.

Aunt Flow comes to town early: Your body is tricky and while you like to think it works like clock­work, some­times it doesn’t. If you get your period early, don’t freak out; it hap­pens. You can move the action into the shower, but if you’re really not com­fort­able get­ting close when it’s that time of the month, there are other ways to be inti­mate. Give him a spe­cial treat down there, or cuddle—studies have shown that inti­mate ges­tures like cud­dling and kiss­ing actu­ally improve rela­tion­ship satisfaction.

Say­ing the wrong name: You’re hav­ing great sex with your sugar daddy, your hands are all over each other, and his moves are amaz­ing. And then you moan the wrong name into his ear. It can hap­pen. And more often than not, it’s prob­a­bly a sim­ple mis­take. Even in our most bored, sober moments we can call our pets, friends, and kids by the wrong names. When you’re hav­ing sex, your senses can be overly stim­u­lated and you’re more apt to speak with­out stop­ping to think. You can play dumb by say­ing some­thing like, “Really? Did I?” or tell him you were over­come with pas­sion and it was a fan­tasy laden slip of the tongue. Then remind him how much you really like him. If he has a really good sense of humor, ask him if he’d rather you were in bed with another man moan­ing his name? If your sugar daddy is the one say­ing the wrong name dur­ing sex, give him a chance to explain before freak­ing out. You can usu­ally tell by his reac­tion whether or not his expla­na­tion is gen­uine or just a cover-up.

It’s not your thing: Just because you’re the sugar baby and he’s the sugar daddy, it doesn’t mean that he can dic­tate what goes on in the bed­room. You have bound­aries too, and there’s a good chance his fan­tasy might not be your fan­tasy. After all, research shows male sex­ual fan­tasies tend to be more adven­tur­ous and imper­sonal, while female sex­ual fan­tasies are more cen­tered on their part­ner. Ulti­mately how­ever, you both want the same thing, plea­sure. And this is where your skills as a sex­ual nego­tia­tor shine. Instead of shut­ting his idea down out­right, find adven­tur­ous ele­ments that turn both of you on.

No, not yet: Your sugar daddy might be a sex god, but even a deity can have an off night. Don’t believe us? Just Google pre­ma­ture ejac­u­la­tion; you’ll see over 2,000,000 hits in about 0.27 sec­onds. It seems like there are a lot of men out there who want to last longer between the sheets. The point is that it’s com­mon. Admit­tedly, you can only take his pre­ma­ture ejac­u­la­tion as a com­pli­ment for so long. Then what? This is one sit­u­a­tion where gig­gling won’t help. For­tu­nately, there are an almost lim­it­less num­ber of other ways he can give you orgasms. If the prob­lem per­sists, it might be best to acknowl­edge the issue and deal with it. The lit­tle blue pill might seem like a nat­ural solu­tion, but there are oth­ers. You could try a con­dom that con­tains the desen­si­tiz­ing lubri­cant ben­zo­caine, or maybe dou­ble up the ultra-sensitive con­doms. Change the pace and vary the speed and depth. Deep breath­ing exer­cises also help, as well as enjoy­ing con­cen­trat­ing on the expe­ri­ence instead of just the cli­mac­tic fin­ish and dismount.

Talk­ing dirty: There’s a time and place for quiet, roman­tic sex and then there’s a time and place for wild, mind-blowing sex com­plete with dirty talk. The for­mer needs no intro­duc­tion; the lat­ter might need some help. What hap­pens when you want to spice up the bed­room ban­ter with dirty talk and the only thing your sugar daddy comes up with is, “Open Sesame?” Talk­ing dirty is an art form; it’s not about using ran­dom, generic phrases—it’s about turn­ing your part­ner on, and it doesn’t even have to be super sex­ual, at least not at first. Some­times, the most sub­tle phrases can build sex­ual ten­sion. For exam­ple, instead of “open sesame,” he could say, “I’ve got a big sur­prise for you.” Or ask him to describe in detail what he loves about you in bed. Since dirty talk is about turn­ing each other on, it will evolve the more you get to know each other.  Start slow and even­tu­ally his words will make your knees weak, your eyes roll, and your toes flare.

What do you think: What’s the most awk­ward thing that’s hap­pened to you or your sugar daddy dur­ing sex?


Lakin, M., et al., “Erec­tile Dys­func­tion,” Cleve­land Clinic Cen­ter for Con­tin­u­ing Edu­ca­tion web site;, last accessed June 27, 2014.