5 Best Sex Positions to Try with Your partner

Missionary Position

Sex is not only about experiencing pleasure with your partner, it’s about getting healthier together. Yes, sex can improve your health when both of you are climaxing with heavenly orgasms.

According to studies, people who have sex more than twice a week are less likely to have heart problems. Your body boosts up several antibodies while you are enjoying it with your partner.

Sex improves bladder control in women and hormonal activities lower the blood pressure. Sex is not just something you do on your bed; it’s an art capable of racing your heart. If you do it right with different sex positions, you and your partner will experience a blissful pleasure.

Missionary is the most common sex position. But don’t you want to try other adventurous sex positions?

Don’t miss on fun and try these best sex positions homepage with your partner.

Here are a few Sex Positions to Try for good health – 

Sex positions were invented when humans on earth were trying new things to live a life. Reaching the climax with your partner is an amazing form of love.

Cowgirl

Let her ride you like a cowgirl rides a bull. Lie down on the bed and allow her to mount on you. A woman experiences a better orgasm when she is on top. This position is about giving her control while you can lie down and lose your mind.

Men enjoy this position with a woman riding, playing with herself giving a better view of her body. Men can support her by arms and stroke her for immense pleasure.

Doggy Style

This position is sort of like men going wild on her. Ask her to bend down at the edge of the bed and slide into her from the rear side. Men love this position as they control the pace by stroking her body back and forth into them.

If you do it right, you might hit her G-spot blowing her mind. She would go breathless as you reach the climax.

Butterfly

The more she rises her hips up, the higher both of you will fly. In this position, the woman lies on her back wrapping her legs around the man’s waist or his neck lifting her hips. A man can get a view of her curves while penetrating and stroking her. She can play with her breasts and let you reach her G-Spot.

To achieve comfort, rest her back or hips on a pillow while you get on knees on a softer mattress.

Spooning

Be her big spoon and let her settle in your arms like a little spoon. Cuddling and sliding inside her while you both face in the same direction could rock both of your worlds. Kiss her neck gently while stroking her. She has the freedom to play with her clitoris to maximize orgasmic pleasure.

Both the partners can feel each other’s warmth in this romantic form of lovemaking. Gently play with her breasts, body curves to make her feel valued in your arms.

The Lotus

Bloom your pleasure by feeling the closeness of her body. Let her sit on you and ride you. Face each other while you stroke her. Wrap your arms around her as she wraps her legs around your waist.

This sex position is a form of affectionate lovemaking. Her eye contact and heavier breathing will blossom your mind.

Ask Oz – I Can’t Orgasm!

relationship advice

Oz answers your sexual health and relationship questions.

 

Hi Oz, I’ve been with my boyfriend for seven years, since we were sixteen. He was my first and only, but I’m struggling to orgasm during sex. I do have a contraceptive implant, which my boyfriend wants me to get rid of, does that affect things? The little cheap bullet I have is no longer doing it for me either. It’s also been tricky to hold it in place during missionary. Then not long after I bring out the bullet, my boyfriend comes and it’s all over. What do you suggest I try? – DD

 

Hi DD, thanks for your email.

There’s a lot here for me to answer, but I’ll see if I can get through all this. First of all, I’m getting the feeling you two only ever do missionary position, and having gotten together quite young, and perhaps are each others only so far, this is the most common position. However, it certainly isn’t the best, especially for women.

The Cowgirl position could be of great help for you, as you get to control the pace and depth of penetration. In this position, you both get to still maintain eye contact, while also enjoying seeing each other’s bodies. This position will also make it significantly easier to apply a toy to your clit, which I’m assuming is what gets you off, since your bullet used to do that.

In missionary, with your bodies together, it sounds like the vibrations of your bullet are exciting your boyfriend and getting him to come sooner. Perhaps a toy like a Womanizer might be better suited to you, as it is a clit ‘sucking’ toy that doesn’t actually vibrate, this may hopefully level the playing field by being possibly the best external toy for a woman, and not adding extra stimulation to your boyfriend.

Alternatively, there are a few things your partner can do to slow down. Using a desentizing delay gel or spray would be the most obvious way to go. Trying something like Over Time by Wicked would be my suggestion. Once he has rubbed this white cream onto his penis, after a few minutes the cream will turn translucent, which means that firstly it has absorbed into his skin and desensitized him, but it also means that the cream won’t be transferred onto you.

It’s also good to understand that sex most definitely isn’t defined by penetration. Foreplay is a fantastic way to raise excitement, and typically an easier way for women to orgasm than during penetrative sex.

Edit: DD emailed me back in regards to this part of my reply and explained that she has previously orgasmed before intercourse, but then doesn’t feel like having penetrative sex.

All very normal, however I’d like to once again ask you to challenge your ideas of sex. Your initial email clearly puts forward that as soon as your boyfriend comes, that’s the end of the line. What if I told you that what is good for the gander is also good for the goose? Inequality is rampant in the bedroom, and if you orgasm during foreplay and don’t want to continue, that is fine. After all, that is entirely what your email was about, that only one partner has been reaching orgasm.

But you don’t have to just listen to my advice. I think esteemed sexologist Chantelle Otten summed it up perfectly in this other article: “Sex is an expansive term. If you want to learn how to have sex, you need to ditch the rule that sex is about penetration or orgasm. Successful sex is about variation, pleasure and sensation. People have sex in different ways depending on their capabilities and goals. I.e. Sex for heterosexual couples is different than same-sex couples. Sex for people with physical disabilities is different for those who don’t have a disability. But it is still sex! Take expectations and dated education, put them in the bin, and make your own rules about having fun and achieving intimacy.”