Sex Positions To Make Her Orgasm FASTER! The pictures lower down the page all expand when you click on them! Man on top is what are the best sex positions to get pregnant most popular sex position – and for very good reason!
It provides great intimacy, the chance to kiss, lots of eye contact, and close physical connection between all the most erogenous and sexually sensitive bits of both lovers. Best of all, perhaps, from the man’s point of view, is that he can move his pelvis freely, and so has great control over the depth and pace of his thrusting. Generally his penis will be at a very comfortable angle when it enters his partner’s vagina, and he can control his pelvic thrusts, making them as deep or shallow as he and she want. The fact that he can change the speed and depth of his movements means that he can find exactly what gives both him and his partner the greatest pleasure and the most powerful orgasms. In the basic man on top position, the man lies between the woman’s legs, which are wide open to allow his penis access to her vagina. It’s unlikely that his penis will slip out, but taking it slowly will help ensure that he remains inside her.
Men: penetrating her slowly is good for your partner’s pleasure: many women love the teasing sensation of their partner’s penis slowly entering their vagina just an inch or two, then stopping, then resuming its inward journey, perhaps moving in and out several times within the first inch or two of the vagina before it goes deep into her. It’s important to respect the moment of penetration, especially if you are making slow, romantic and gentle love. For a woman, the moment of penetration is a symbol of opening herself up to her man, and she needs to be ready both psychologically and emotionally if she is to enjoy it to the full. Her partner can check if she is ready by feeling how moist she is – or she may tell him that she wants him to enter her.
And it’s also possible for a man to have a hard cock but not to be turned on mentally – if you’re a man and you’ve ever been in a situation where you knew that you didn’t want sex despite having an erection, you’ll understand this. Once you’re inside your partner, you can begin to thrust gently at first, and also with quite shallow movements, moving your pelvis slowly back and forth and allowing time for the two of you to become fully attuned to the energies flowing between you. Penetrating your partner does not mean that you can thrust away regardless of what she wants! Some lovers prefer to close their eyes and focus on what they are feeling – that’s especially true for sensitive people who can be a bit overwhelmed by all the sensations and feelings that sex produces. These days, most men realize that a woman wants more than the physical side of sex – she wants the emotional connections and feelings of being loved by her partner. And even if women’s sexuality is a puzzling mystery to most men, at least we are capable of showing love and affection during sex and gaining great pleasure from our partners’ sexual happiness.
And it’s true that most men do actually want to make their woman happy – it’s very rewarding for men to give their partner an orgasm, or see her enjoying the feeling of him being inside her. If the woman wants to move more in this position, she can raise her hips on a pillow and brace her feet against the bed – this will give her greater freedom of movement. Equally, the man can raise himself on his arms so his weight pins her down less. Both of these variations allow her to assert her sexuality more and to gain greater physical pleasure from her own movements. If this is uncomfortable for the woman, for example if she gets squashed by his weight, or she’s pregnant and can’t have her man resting his weight on her, or if she wants more clitoral stimulation than the position in the photo above offers, there are many ways to vary the experience. However, that’s only true if the man has a larger than average penis or a flexible erection which will bend down at right angles to his body even when he is completely erect. If a man has a small penis, or if his erection is inflexible and points straight up towards his face when he’s erect, he’s not likely to be able to go very deeply into his partner in this position.
When you’re using sex positions which offer the possibility of deep penetration, it’s important that you don’t thrust too deep or too hard in the early part of sex. The pleasure of watching penetration Men, as you know, are very visual, and take great pleasure from the sight of their partner naked and sexually open to them, and they especially enjoy watching the act of penetration. Of course a woman may also be aroused and excited by seeing her partner’s penis entering her body. One of the great things about the missionary position is that it allows the two lovers to kiss and cuddle while they make love. Whole body contact is easily achieved, as is eye contact and the luxurious feeling of being surrounded by your partner’s body as you enjoy sex. One of the questions which features a lot in our postbag is whether or not the man on top position produces good sex for the woman.
This question often seems to come up because woman wants to enjoy an orgasm during intercourse, but she can’t when her man is on top. Well, no, because orgasm during vaginal penetration is not particularly common for women – at least, not from vaginal thrusting alone. Only a small minority of women actually come just from their partner’s thrusting: most who reach orgasm during intercourse do so because either they or their partner is stimulating their clitoris as they make love. Obviously this is easiest when you can get a hand or finger to her clitoris, but there are other ways in which you can produce friction on the clitoris – for example, the woman can pull her man in towards her with her legs, so that as he moves, his body weight presses more firmly on the clitoral region. This may be very effective when he moves in a rocking or circular motion rather than a thrusting one. A variation of the man on top position which can produce very intense stimulation of a woman’s G-spot.