Trying out new sex positions is pretty much the spice of life. Or, at the very least, the best way to keep things spicy in the bedroom. While may not officially be here just yet, it's creeping up pretty damn fast. Here are 20 sex positions for How to do it: Lying in a spooning position, which means both of you on your sides facing the same direction, the partner with the penis or dildo penetrates the partner with the vulva from this angle. From here, the clitoris can easily be stimulated by either partner.
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With lockdown fully underway, there's high chance you and your quarantine partner have exhausted your usual bedroom repertoire by now. Fancy mixing it up a bit? Try any - or all - of these orgasm-inducing positions, guaranteed to make self-isolation loving a whole lot more exciting. Note: While many of these directions reference partners who have a penis, most of these positions can be assumed by just about anyone in possession of a vibrator or dildo. Warning: Do not try this after an intense arm workout, your triceps might not be able to take it. The wheelbarrow is definitely not meant for a quickie.
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We've also included how to perform them and their difficulty rating. Note: The majority of these moves do require a partner which, unfortunately, we can't help you with. We all want better sex. It's exciting, it makes us feel more alive and it will even improve our health.
Having sex for the first time with a new partner can be total fireworks, awkward as hell, or everything in between. But having a cringe-worthy sexual encounter doesn't mean the sex will always be bad. Sometimes, you have to leave room for you and your partner to grow together. One or both of you may be nervous, and that lack of familiarity can breed discomfort. But the most effective way to break through that unease is by communicating honestly and directly about each of your sexual preferences.