There are many different sexual positions in which to achieve pleasure, but the best positions are the ones that both you and your partner can enjoy. 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. If you're in a heterosexual relationship, knowing a variety of sex positions can help you be a better and more inventive lover for your partner.
5 Best Sex Positions For Ultimate Deep Penetration
According to a study , the average penis length is 5. If your penis falls short of that benchmark, then you are statistically on the smaller-than-average side. For most people, it's not a dealbreaker. In fact, studies have shown that women don't care that much about penis size in the first place.
8 Comfortable Positions for the Most Satisfying Sex of Your Life
When it comes to having a G-spot orgasm , a lot depends on the state you're in as well as the positions you're doing to really hit that sweet spot. A big part of really maximizing G-spot stimulation is making sure you're in the mood for better arousal and natural lubrication. That way, you can really experience the pleasure. Take some time to do whatever feels best for you in terms of foreplay — candles, baths, nipple play, and more.
If a woman's anatomy were Disney World not to make Disney kinky or anything And her G-spot, a little hotspot deeper inside her, ahem, "park," would be Epcot: definitely worth a visit, but slightly less exciting on its own. The G-spot orgasm is, sad to say, less reliable than the clitoral type—but it's quite magical if you're able to get there or better yet, experience both at once, via a blended orgasm. Quick anatomy lesson: Your G-spot is actually part of the whole structure of your clitoris , which extends three to five inches inside you along the vaginal canal. And while everyone's G-spot is in a different, um, well, spot , it's usually located about two to three inches inside your vagina along the front wall, says Sari Cooper, certified sex therapist and director of the Center for Love and Sex in New York City.