Category "Sexual Lifestyle"

‘Is your vibrator stopping you from enjoying sex?’

With the news that a supermarket will soon be stocking sex toys, bedroom gadgets have gone completely mainstream. Are we hooked?

Leanne* was 21 when she bought her first vibrator. It is sleek and made from soft-to-the-touch silicone. “It’s stone coloured, with a rose-gold button,” she explains. “It doesn’t look like a dick, it’s very classy.”

Growing-up in a village just outside Birmingham, she’d been single for two years when she took the train into the city centre one Saturday afternoon. “I remember feeling really matter-of-fact about it, as if I was going to have my car MOT-ed,” she laughs. At 21, Leanne had never had an orgasm. “But that was O-day. I was properly determined. I was going to buy the vibrator of my dreams and sort it out.”

She’d lost her virginity at 17 and by 21, had slept with a handful of guys, all of them people she’d been in short relationships with. She’d enjoyed sex, “but it was a different kind of enjoyment,” she explains. “I enjoyed the thrill of meeting someone, of seducing them or of them seducing me. The build-up excited me but I never actually had an orgasm.” It made foreplay uncomfortable and, she sighs, “pointless. I’d just lie there wondering what to do with myself, feeling weird and awkward. I felt like there was all this pressure on me to feel something that I just wasn’t feeling.”

As the years passed, Leanne began to worry about her missing orgasm. “I was disappointed every time I had sex, disappointed in myself rather than the other person. I felt the fact that I wasn’t coming was shameful; I didn’t want to tell anyone because my friends talked about it as if it happened for them every time.”

She finally opened up to her best friend. “The thing is, at the time, I’d never masturbated. My friend was great, she just said ‘of course you haven’t had an orgasm if you’ve never masturbated. You have to teach yourself what you find pleasurable. It’s about recognising a feeling and holding onto it. If you don’t know what that feeling is, then you’re going to struggle.’”

That Saturday, back at home, she unboxed her new vibrator and got work. “It took an hour before I finally felt this overwhelming…thing. Something my body was doing on its own, without me necessarily thinking about it or controlling it.” Big-O contractions were followed by a wave of pleasure, then a feeling of deep calm. “I was like ‘oh! So! I’ve had an orgasm.’ It was a great experience.”

Vibrators have been buzz-buzzing into our hearts since the Victorian era, when they were invented by doctors as a cure for female ‘hysteria.’ At the time it was thought that ‘hysteria’ (essentially, anxiety mixed with a whole host of other, incongruous symptoms like bloating) could be treated with orgasms. It’s a theory that Leanne can identify with: “I definitely felt less anxious thanks to having regular orgasms,” she says.

An illustration showing a woman clinging onto a giant vibrator in a Tarzan-inspired scene

But it was the launch of the Rabbit, in the late 1980s, which helped vibrators go mainstream. “For a long time most toys were fleshy, veiny, pink and obscene,” explains Stuart Nugent, who is the global brand manager for the Swedish designer sex toy brand LELO. “It put a lot of people off buying vibrators.” With its animal-shaped clitoral stimulator, though, the Rabbit seemed somehow friendlier than the toys which had gone before. In 1998 Sex and the City even dedicated an episode to it, signalling its shift from sex toy to cultural icon. 

With sex toys becoming seen as more mainstream, things started to change. “In the noughties, designers began to create more luxurious, design-focused products” Stuart explains. Fast forward to now and the global adult toys market is expected to exceed £22 billion ($29 billion) by 2020 – a growth which Stuart puts down, in part, to the fact that toys are now created to be desirable objects in their own right. He points out that in the past five to 10 years particularly, we’ve become much savvier consumers.

“We are now a lot more design-aware,” he says. “We want products which marry function with a sleek interface. That’s true of all of our gadgets, including the ones we take into our bedrooms.”

This drive for better design has resulted in a huge array of styles and price points. “In a normal vibrator, you’ll have an off-centre weight spinning around an axis. That’s what generates the sensation of a vibration,” explains Stuart. “But companies are now looking at different types of stimulation.” Stuart explains that the Sona, one of their newest products actually sends “inaudible sonic waves directly into the body”. The feeling is meant to be like having a small but bass-heavy speaker rumbling into your vagina. 

Professional sex-toy-tester Venus O’Hara (who owns around 500 vibrators and toys), also points to new toy The Womanizer: “It looks like an ear thermometer; you place it over your clitoris and it stimulates you without touching your clitoris by using air technology – almost like suction, but not too harsh.”

But this technology does not come cheap. You can expect to shell out £120 for each of them. But that’s nothing compared to a £1 million, diamond-covered vibrator – which is thought to be one of the world’s most expensive sex toys. If that sounds like a lot of cash to splash on getting off, then there’s always the ones available at your local supermarket. Yes, you read that right. This week, the supermarket chain Sainsbury’s announced they would be launching a range of affordable sex toys. But even at the more budget-friendly end of the market (the range will cost between £8 and £15), the pieces – in rose gold, blush and silver – look more like dinky sculptures than, to quote Leanne, ‘dicks’.

“I kept my vibe by my bed and used it every day,” says Leanne. “It felt like a really positive step in terms of my sexuality.” Seven years later, she uses the exact same vibe, a few times a week. But while the love is still there, she has started to wonder whether their “relationship” (her word) is impacting her ability to orgasm by other means. “Over the years I’ve realised that I can’t have an orgasm unless it’s using that exact vibrator, laying in the exact same position that I was in the first time. It’s like I’ve never cheated on my vibe.”

Now 28, she lives with her partner of five years. They’re happy and have a fulfilling sex life. “He’s totally fine with the vibe, we include it in foreplay. At first I thought he might feel emasculated, but it’s all good, apart from the fact that I’d love to experience an orgasm in a different way.” Despite much experimentation (“on my front, while having sex, me on top of him, with a range of different toys,”) which proved to be fun but somewhat frustrating, “I always have to revert back to ‘old faithful’ if I want to come.

“It’s almost as if I’ve achieved this milestone, but I haven’t been able to move forward, or experiment. I’m worried that I’ve become ‘hooked’ on that one vibrator.”

An illustration of a vibrator on the pillow next to a woman who looks at it with a glint in her eye

To be clear, according to the experts, this isn’t physically possible (more on this in a sec). But Leanne isn’t the only one to have become concerned about whether anything can compare with the quick-and-clinical power of the vibe. In fact, back in 2016 a condition called ‘Dead Vagina Syndrome,’ – basically a numbness after habitually using vibrators – went viral, despite the fact that it had no medical basis whatsoever. 

Dr Leila Frodsham, a spokesperson for the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, explains: “If you can only orgasm in one position, using one sex toy, or with your hand, and you are perfectly happy, then there’s nothing to worry about. I see a lot of patients, though – men and women – who tell me that they want to experience orgasm in a different ways but can’t. That they feel their sex lives are becoming formulaic because they have to return to that one position and sensation every time.”

Women are able to achieve orgasm through a number of different methods. For many – around 37% according to one American-based study – stimulating the clitoris (a nub of nerve endings, found a centimetre or so in front of the vaginal opening) is necessary to climax, (although others can get there through penetration alone, while a few lucky ones, only need nipple stimulation). “Vibrators work through frequency and amplitude,” explains Dr Frodsham. They rapidly and intensely stimulate the clitoris and surrounding areas, meaning that arousal happens much more quickly than by other (manual or oral) methods. “And there’s no clinical evidence that using one leads to lessened sensitivity or any kind of physical ‘addiction’.”

But, she points out, it’s normal to become used to one sensation. “I see it most often in men with porn addiction,” she says. “They masturbate with their hand, sometimes for hours every day, which means that they find it difficult to climax when they’re having sex with a partner because it feels so different to what they’re used to. For a woman who uses the same vibrator every time, it’s a similar thing, your body becomes used to that one sensation, so new ones take longer to work, if they work at all.”

In these scenarios, she recommends spending six weeks letting your body get acquainted with different sensations. “Dial down the speed of a vibrator, or switch to a different model, which has different kinds of stimulation,” she says. “Reaching climax through a variety of different methods will mean that you’ll start to find it easier generally.” But it can take time. In fact, the first time you try a new type of stimulation might seem like slow going, but it might be worth it, if it means easy orgasms in the long run.

For 27-year-old Safia,* a vibrator hiatus seemed like the only solution after she realised that she was having trouble climaxing without it. “I tried to climax with just my hands but couldn’t get into it,” she explains. “I couldn’t conjure up any scenarios in my mind that would turn me on. Eventually I just got bored. I was single at the time but that experience really freaked me out. I was genuinely scared that using my vibrator every day was ruining my ability to have orgasms with a partner, or by myself.”

She began scouring the internet to see whether vibrator use could lead to lessened sensitivity. “There wasn’t a lot of information available and what was there was often really conflicting. I think a lot of literature which is meant to be positive about female sexuality can ignore the genuine concerns that some women have about being reliant on vibrators.”

Ultimately, she decided to retire her vibe for a month. “It was difficult at first; I’d been using it every day as a way to fall asleep – it just made me feel really relaxed.

“I had this amazing vibrator that cost £120. The first time I used it, it took like seven seconds and then I just lay there, thinking ‘Well, something’s left me.’ Literally, £120 to feel empty.

“During my month off, I actually had to move it away from my bed, otherwise I would have been too tempted to use it each night to help me drift off.”

An illustration of a hypnotised woman with the shape of a vibrator reflected in her eyes

Although it took a week or two, Safia soon got used to masturbating with her hand again. “I realised that I hadn’t been relying on my imagination any more but that masturbating had become purely physical, and that’s why I couldn’t build up to an orgasm like I’d been able to before.”

Venus had a similar experience before she became a sex toy tester. “There was definitely a time when I thought I couldn’t orgasm without one specific model,” she explains. “I tried other vibrators but it had to be this particular one.” She began writing a blog about sex and sex gadgets nine years ago. “Through experimentation and research, I realised that it was my mental techniques that I needed to work on, not just which toy I was using.”

She points out that rushing towards orgasm might, incongruously, mean that you lose touch with your fantasy life. “I think it’s good to allow your mind to wander and be guided by your fantasies — they’ll make the sensations more intense.” She used to masturbate between four and six times a day. “But now I do it just once, for between 45 minutes and an hour. It’s almost like a meditative practice.”

Dr Frodsham agrees that habit and biology are only really half of the story when it comes to sex. “I think the question of why someone can only climax using one particular method is important. And it often comes down to control. Control is a big part of sex and orgasm – a person who feels anxious about what’s going on with their body, or how they look to a partner, is unlikely to relax into sex.”

“We’re now expected to be very in control of our lives,” adds Dr Frodsham. “That doesn’t just switch off when it comes to the bedroom. And it can really stand in the way of someone fully experiencing sex.”

In this respect, vibrators can be a good thing. Basically, a vibe will get you aroused before your mind has a chance to step in and stress out. “Obviously, though, if you’re finding it difficult to climax without one, and would like to, then it’s a case of figuring out ways to get comfortable with losing control and letting your body do what it needs to do,” she adds.

Using a form of psychodynamic therapy, Dr Frodsham helps people to get to a position where orgasms come more easily. She also suggests reading erotic fantasies, such as those in the books by sex writer Nancy Friday and trying various masturbation techniques. Seeking a professional’s advice is something that Leanne has been considering. “I’ve thought about going on a vibe ‘diet’ but I feel like that means no orgasms for… I don’t even know how long. And it doesn’t seem worth it.”

Both Leanne and Safia are still vibrator fans. “Using the vibe has definitely improved my sex life,” says Safia. “But – and maybe this comes down to the fact that I have a new girlfriend – now that I only use it every-so-often, I feel like I’m getting to know myself better. I’m experimenting more and letting my mind wander more. Still, I’ve got no plans to throw it away,” she laughs, then shrugs, “I’m only human.”

*Some names have been changed to anonymise the personalities. 

This article was originally published on 25 October 2018. BBC

10 Top Tips For Cervix Penetration

Deep Sex Penetration And Cervical Orgasms
Deep Sex Penetration And Cervical Orgasms

What is Cervix Penetration

In addition to vaginal stimulation or clitoral stimulation, the cervix is also a pleasure zone that can lead to full blown orgasm. This is achieved with deep penetration through the vagina which will stimulate your cervix.

For those who have never experienced deep penetration before, or might have experienced it unexpectedly, you would be wondering how this can be stimulating or safe. So we have put together the best tips on cervix penetration and stimulation to help you understand and enjoy deep penetration without worry.

Female Squirting: How do you squirt?

Can everyone squirt? or is this a pleasure reward for the sex gods amongst us? In this article we dive into the essentials of female squirting. What it is and how can everyone do it; if everyone can do it.

Sex educators, journalists and bloggers have over the years discussed and attempted to demystify female sexual experiences; attempting to generalise female sexual encounters and provide answers to people with probing questions.

Questions like is female orgasm real quite often make it to the trending sexuality questions on Google. A stuff for legends and desire for amateurs, female squirting like female orgasm is another of the top trending sexuality questions often asked from Google. On the mid of sexual pleasure seekers; often shrouded in mystery lies the age old question: How do you squirt?

Female Squirting: How do you squirt?
Female Squirting: How do you squirt?

Can Every Woman Squirt?

Quite often at some point, ladies and sometimes men ask Google pertaining questions about female sexuality. Amongst them includes “how do you squirt?”, “how do women squirt?”, “is squirting the same as pee?”, “can every woman squirt?”.

These questions mean that people are interested in the matter of female squirting and the high interest has led to sexologists and sociologists examining the topic with keen interest; even sex toys collections aimed at helping a woman achieve squirting status.

What is Squirting? Seriously What exactly is Squirting!!?

So what is squirting? Well in simple words it is the expelling of intra vulva fluids from the g-spot as a result of being super aroused.

Long answer: One has to understand the structure of the vulva, which has a spongy tissue known as the urethral sponge or the g spot, located about 2 to 3 inches inside the vaginal canal on the front facing wall. This spongy tissue is usually found with a come here sign when a finger is inserted into the vagina.

The spongy tissue can become very very aroused like the clitoris, and it fills up with bodily fluids. At a tipping point the urethral sponge will expel these fluids and that is what squirting is all about.

What is Squirting? Seriously What exactly is Squirting!!?
What is Squirting? Seriously What exactly is Squirting!!?

If you are familiar with X rated movies, you might observe that “squirting” involves heavy fluids gushing out of the body sometimes at alarming amounts and in alarming volumes. That like in most movies, are exaggeration of a much less dramatic and often leaky or few drips and dribbles of bodily fluids.

Isn’t Squirting the same as Female Orgasm?

Well that isn’t exactly the case. Female orgasm is a complex contortion of muscles and spasms that involve all the erogenous zones; the squirting which is sometimes wrongly called “squirting orgams” and female orgams are two separate and different experiences, albeit related because they are caused by sexual arousal hitting high peak.

But they don’t often occur at the same time, and in some instance female squirting can occur before an orgasm and sometimes even without an orgams.

Isn't Squirting the same as Female Orgasm?
Isn’t Squirting the same as Female Orgasm?

It is key to point out that some ladies have described squirting to be exactly like an orgasm and others have described it to be similar but not the same. Most ladies do not realise they are squirting at all as it is often a quiet and non dramatic event.

There are recorded cases of women who only squirt during masturbation, but rarely during partner sex, it has been described as a calming release whist orgasm has been described as a high energy eruption. Some women might notice a slight wetness on the bed after sex indicating the eruption of bodily fluids; or squirting.

Quick Question: Is Squirting Pee?

Quick answer: no, squirting fluid is not pee. The fluid make up of squirting is called prostatic fluid which has a different biochemical makeup than the chemical nature of pee.

Long Answer: Whist other researchers have identified, common compounds like urea and creatinine, it is certainly not the same fluids. Urine has a general odor and yellowish coloration, whilst squirting fluids are clear and odorless with a mostly tasteless nature.

Quick Question: Is Squirting Pee?
Quick Question: Is Squirting Pee?

There is no official distinction between pee and squirting fluids, but if you suspect that you pee during sex, then it is recommended to have a chat with your health specialist as peeing during sex can be an early sign of urinary incontinence, which can cause you to pee during sex or when pressure is applied on your vulva. This condition can also be exhibited in women who have given birth and is as a result of a weak or overly tight pelvic floor which can be remedied by pelvic floor exercises.

Can I learn how to squirt and can everyone squirt?

Around 10% of women report squirting over their lifetime, however there is a suspicion among researchers and sex educators that the phenomenon could be in higher numbers, except that it is not noticed amongst many women as it is often a very subtle and undramatic event.

Taking these into consideration; we can observe that in theory the majority of women should be able to squirt, it is not known for sure; for instance in theory not all women with nipples enjoy nipple stimulation or nor all women with ears enjoy having their ears licked, in that light not all women with a vulva will have a high enough stimulation in their g spot to cause the expulsion of squirting fluids.

How to Squirt (Alone or with a Partner)

Squirting, very much like orgasms varies from person to person. But there are general steps one can take to achieve squirting. You have to be aroused and sexually super turned on in order to experience squirting.

1. Getting Wet

Getting wet and ready, aroused and sexually turned on is the way to getting the juices flowing and your g-spot sponges filling with fluids. You cannot get squirting juices flowing until you are turned on and in the mood.

If you feel uncomfortable, then you have to prepare yourself with a bit of self stimulation or sex toys like love eggs, vibrators and dildos. When you are good and all turned on, with proper engorgement of your clitoris and arousal of your g-spot, then you have to stay turned on, this can be achieve with slow stimulation of your nipples, experimenting with butt plugs to stimulate your anal erogenous zones, or using a clitoral rabbit vibrator to stimulate yourself.

2. Find Your G-Spot

With well manicured and clean fingers, or with your partners’s fore finger, reach inside the vagina and locate the spongy soft spot that will be about 2 inches to 3 inches inside the vagina. It is located on the front facing wall of the vagina, and is usually stimulated with the fore finger performing a come here sign inside the vagina.

Once contact is made with the g-spot, you should feel a spongy quarter sized zone that is extra sensitive to touch and stimulate this area with a wiper like motion or soft come here signs. You might have to work on the zone for a longer amount of time as there are varying sensitiveness when it comes to g-spots.

Stimulating the g-spot gives the sensation of pleasure and if you feel like you want to pee, then you have not been aroused enough and have to go back to step one, taking time to ensure that you are turned on enough.

3. Toys Designed For Squirting

Once you have found the g-spot, then it is time to work on more pressure stimulation and firm rubbing with your forefinger and g-spot wand stimulators. These g-spot want sex toys are designed to touch, reach and stimulate the g-spot with little effort, leading to the engorging of the g-spot with fluids, and leading to the build up and release.

4. Mix Things Up: Stimulate your Nipples and Clitoris

Mix things up with stimulation of other areas of your body, including your clitoris, nipples and even experimenting with nipple and clitoris suction toys and stimulators and vibrators.

In short, do what feels good and do it for a long time, experiment and mix things up, a bit of oral sex, sex toys, hand stimulation and vibrators, dildos and as much as you can feel good, until you get a release.

What If You Didn’t Squirt?

So you did not squirt, well not all women do, and remember the here is to explore your body and find your limitations; what you enjoy the most and what you find less enjoying.

Exploring your body allows you to find new kinds of sensations which fel good and are actually a good way of learning how to please yourself or be pleased by your partner.

Learning to squirt might take more than a trial or two, but regardless of if you squirt or not, you will have identified new zones in your body that turn you on and give you sexual release and satisfaction. You are now a master of what your body likes.

Why You Should Be Chilled If You Can’t Squirt

It is fun to explore your body, try new techniques and see how your body responds to these, not all sexual organs are created the same and ultimately, what excites someone will not excite your body.

There is no need compare yourself to how someone else’s body reacts, you can achieve sexual satisfaction and sexual pleasure at your own pace with how your body reacts.

Getting The Most Pleasure From 6 Simple Sex Positions

Sex is one of the most intimate and pleasurable and is even more enjoyed with with a powerful orgasm. Achieve the most pleasure from simple sex positions, making a few tweaks to your sexual lifestyle and activity to enjoy even more powerful orgasms: alone or with a loved one.

Most Pleasure From Simple Sex Positions
Most Pleasure From Simple Sex Positions

When people want to spice up their sexual lifestyle, the option that usually comes to mind is to add a plethora of sexual positions to their arsenal. Develop acrobatic tendons and flexibility overnight and arrange their bodies in the most impossible contortions imaginable.

However, to improve your sexual lifestyle and enjoy sex more, there is no need to train as an olympic level acrobat. The most basic sexual positions when practised well and kept in rotation to keep things interesting will work well and often lead to heightened sexual pleasure and epic orgasms.

Sex is all about stimulation of the most sensitive areas and being able to relax and let go. This will lead to intense and satisfying sex. Being able to angle yourself in a sexual position so that you are stimulating the more sensitive areas will lead to more enjoyment of sexual encounters.

With greater pleasure; one will increase the likelihood of having orgasm and as often and quickly as possible. This allows you to get turned on and feel connected to your body and to your partner. So you do not need the entire encyclopedia of sexual positions and mastery of the Kama Sutra to achieve sexual pleasure.

The extra twist, acrobatic styles do not achieve a higher level of satisfaction than the simple sexual positions. Enjoy your sex with pleasure using these 6 simple sex positions.

Woman on Top

Women enjoy sex in this position because it allows them to control the speed and angle of thrust. They can make it more intense with faster deeper trusts or simple lean forward and reduce the intensity to their pace. To get into the woman on top position, you have to get on your knees and hug your partner, then slide in and out, as slowly or fast as you desire.

The woman on top also allows you to stimulate your G spot, in the most relaxing way possible. A feat that is harder to achieve unless you are using a g spot stimulating vibrator. Moderating the speed from slow to intense will allow you to get warmed up in your muscles to avoid cramps as well as get your clitoris stimulated and warmed up for more pleasure. You can jump the clitoral warm up with a rabbit vibrator to stimulate your clitoris as a sex aid.

The clitoris is a small nub that is right above the vaginal opening, and as you get turned on it will fill up with blood like the penis and become engorged in its own right. This makes it larger and drops lower into the path of the thrusting allowing it to be easily stimulated and providing a larger area for stimulation leading to epic orgasms. Getting aroused and getting your clitoris warmed up is very key to enjoying sex.

Want to push things a bit further with the woman on top position to better sexual pleasure from this simple sexual position. Try a little bit of mixing the woman on top position with a vibrating cock ring. The cock ring will serve to stimulate the clitoris directly whilst maintaining the erection of your partner for longer sexual activity. The woman on top allows you to control your sensations to better enjoy sexual pleasure.

Doggy Style

The doggy style, is a satisfying sexual position in which the partner enters you from behind. It allow for a tight fit and allows for stimulation of the G spot with every thrust. The doggy style position is also a pleasurable and yet simple sex position that allows for the clitoris to be stimulated as it is more exposed, allowing for it to be stimulated with love eggs vibrators or even manually by yourself or your partner. The doggy style also allows for exciting sexual adventures such as a threesome and allows everyone to enjoy equal stimulation.

You can lessen the weight and burn on your knees by using pillows to cushion your upper body, stomach and even knees and keeping your legs straight. Relaxing in the doggy style position also allows you to enjoy a stimulating sexual experience in a simple sexual position that can be practised by everyone.

69 Sexual Position

The 69 sexual position is one of the most simply performed positions but one of the most satisfying. It allows for simultaneous oral stimulation by a couple. Each giving the other oral sex at the same time. To begin the couple lie on top of eachother with heads away from each other and easy access to the goods of pleasure. The 69 position is one of the sexual positions that allow for the use of sexual toys and stimulation such as vibrators, dildos, mustabators and anal sex toys.

Spooning

One of the coziest if not the coziest sexual position, spooning is a simple and yet satisfying sexual position that allows for ultimate intimacy. It allows you to relax and match each others rhythm and pace. A sexual position which allows both partners to feel well and truly connected in an embrace during climax. The spooning will let you lay next to each other against your back and the angle of penetration can be adjusted with the partner in the inner spoon angling their back or arching to meet the rhythm of thrust.

A very much laid back sexual position that allows you to enjoy sex without anything slipping out. Using stimulants and sexual accessories like butt plug sex toys will further enhance the stimulation and pleasure. Add novelty with blindfolds or even heighten the pleasure when partners are hands free to touch and fondle each other in other erogenous zones.

Seated Straddle

A very simple and very enjoyable sex position, the straddle allows a couple to match their breathing and expand their bodies to match each other. It is a beautiful sexual position that allows more opportunity to achieve orgasm. The intimacy of being able to look into the eyes of your partner whilst sitting face to face is only rivalled only by the missionary position.

The seated straddle sexual position also allows the couple to expand their breathing and eliminates the pressure on breathing experienced during the missionary position. Being seated is also a very natural sexual position that will allow the couple to feel very comfortable and hit their highest points of pleasure. Add tongue cockrings to as novelty to heighten the stimulation of the clitoris.

Missionary Sex Position

The classic sexual position which although looks very basic is one of the most satisfying and yet very simple to effect sexual positions: a simple sexual position that will heighten the pleasure and leave both satisfied. It is the ultimate and natural position for clitoral stimulation.

The misionary position can be furthe renhanced by propping up with pillows to angle the penetration and allow for futher clitoral stimulation. It is also an ideal sexual position for hitting the evasive G spot which allows for vaginal orgasmic explosion. The missionary sexual position can be altered with varying angles of leg positon, from closed up legs, or draped outside your partners, to even raising one leg.

The missionary position is easily achieved regardless of one’s athletic abilities, including wrapping legs around the back of your partner to create a deep and satisfying lock. Delay male orgasm with cock extenders strapons or cock rings accessories which can also serve to further stimulate the clitoris.