When people are looking to spice up their sex life , there's one thing that usually comes to mind: But there's no need to. To make it even more intense, instead of simply sitting on top, get on your knees and lean forward, then move in and out nice and slow.
Starting off slow and increasing the speed is key, as it helps your clitoris get warmed up, so to speak. It starts as a small nub located just above the opening to your vagina, but as you become aroused, it grows and drops lower and, as a result, provides a larger area of sensation that increases your ability to orgasm.
Want even more of a twist on this common sex position? There is one dowside to doggy, though: Both of you lie on your sides, scisssoring your legs together. All of a sudden you both have easier access to the goods.
To make it even more earth-shattering, have your partner use a vibrator on you while you perform oral. Not sure which ones to try? These are the best vibrators for both masturbation and partner sex. And speaking of masturbation, it's time to quit believing these myths. All of this can come together to create a very hot, sexy experience.
If you've never used a blindfold before, check out this beginners guide to BDSM. Seated Straddle To take this common sex position up a notch, Taylor says to focus on your breath. As you breathe in, your partner breathes out—doing this helps your body expand and open, offering up more opportunity to achieve orgasm, she explains.
Why does this work so well in straddle position? Plus, your chests are free to expand without the natural pressure that happens when lying down. Inhaling deeply during intercourse increases oxygen and blood flow throughout the body, so it's more likely you'll hit your highest notes. Missionary A lot of people give the missionary position a bad rep, deeming it boring or basic, but don't discount it just yet: This is a prime position for clitoral stimulation. Two tricks to try: First, prop a pillow under your butt, as that'll change the angle of your partner's penetration, potentially making it easier to hit your G-spot, says Taylor.
Next, bring your legs close together so your partner's legs drape outside of yours. Doing this tightens the fit around your partner and really creates friction on your clit. Before you know it, you may be paying a visit to O-town.