Vibease Blog. What are the best sex positions for female orgasm? Often forgotten in the rush for sexual pleasure between a male and female partner is her orgasm. The vast majority of women do not climax from vaginal penetration alone, and even those who do need more than the thrust of a penis in and out of their body. How a woman is touched — by her partner or herself — matters. Using sex toys, finding the right angles, and using the right sexual position all contribute to whether one or both partners will experience an orgasm during sex. Remember that sex is meant to be about fun and pleasure. There is much more to missionary position than a guy on top of a woman banging away at his partner. Small tweaks to the same old position can make a big difference.
2. Legs on Shoulders
Sex is a pretty instinctual process. You get horny, you get together, and you slam your bodies around for a bit. In fact, a heap of sex research suggests that only about a quarter of women hit climax during intercourse. Some blame the statistics on a lack of clitoral stimulation during penetration. Others say social constructs prevent women from articulating what exactly it is that they need to get off. Then theres the fact that the female orgasm can be hard to achieve. But remember, in the middle of every difficulty lies opportunity. Gentleman, it is possible to get your partner off during sex. It just takes some clever maneuvering.
Date night can be extremely romantic and special, from dinner to dessert. Being creative, spontaneous, and fresh in your sex life — when it comes to both penetrative and solo sex — can really spice things up. Who knew you could totally revolutionize missionary if you just put a pillow under your butt? Lay on your back, in missionary, grab the fluffiest pillow you've got, and place it under your butt. This should lift the entire lower half of your body off the bed to allow for deeper penetration in missionary. Wrap your legs around your partner for extra depth. This position is also easier on the body as the hips are one of our strongest and most stable areas. This is another twist on missionary, which Jean notes is a favorite position for a lot of reasons.
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