I mean, if Joanna Angel is enjoying getting twisted around like a Kama Sutra-inspired pretzel, chances are your lady will too, right? Sexual positions are not all created equal, especially for women. Disclaimer: Not all women are created equal.
We respect your privacy. As the Kama Sutra — that ancient Indian book on sexuality — shows us, sexual activity is a pursuit of infinite variety. There are hundreds of ways in which male and female bodies can come together for mutual pleasure.
Hey, it's okay to ask. We should all be doing whatever it takes to get more pleasure for ourselves and our partner or partners during sex. No one has the time these days to waste, so we'll make it easy for you.
Skip navigation! Story from Sex. When did you last try a new sex position? Whether or not you're in a relationship, it's all too easy to fall back on a handful of tried-and-tested moves and forget the delicious variety available to you and your partner.
Instructional images included. The theatricality will wow your partner, but not worth any torn ligaments. Plus, the chin angles are not flattering for either partner.
I've yet to meet a guy who's as enthusiastic about bite-size snacks and Balmainia as I am. Likewise, my guy friends lament their inability to find a girl who can keep up with excessive video game talk. Sexual pleasure is extremely unique to the individual, regardless of their gender identity.
Lazy sex syndrome is definitely a real thing—and for good reason. In other words: Why reinvent the so-called wheel when you can settle into the oh-so-comfortable spoon position, or revert to the position that always, unfailingly gets you off? First of all, you never know where a different-than-normal sex position might lead—and while an orgasm might be one of the lucky results of trying something new, it could also simply be a tantalizing way to build things up; a strategy to keep things fresh with your partner; or an excuse to appreciate all the awesome things our bodies can do.
If the phrase "familiarity breeds contempt" rings true, going through all the same motions in the bedroom, time and time again, doesn't exactly help in the love department. Relationship experts recommend keeping things spontaneous whether that means trying a different time, place, or generally being more adventurous in bed to avoid falling into a cycle of boring "duty" sex, but also to foster healthy habits in a long-term relationship. Below, we asked eight real women for their favorite sex moves, then consulted sex experts for their tips on how to upgrade your own go-to moves so they feel new and exciting. In short, it doesn't take a Kama Sutra master to have better sex, it's really about breaking from habit, exploring the unknown, and enhancing what already works.
Most couples aren't very adventurous in the bedroom. When it comes time to get down in between the sheets, few are bold enough to venture away from traditional standbys like missionary, cowgirl, spooning, doggy style. It doesn't have to be this way.