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SEX POSITION OF THE WEEK: THE SEATED HEAD-SPIN

 

This sex position, in which the woman is on top, is fairly difficult but allows for G-spot stimulation and a rush of blood to the head which many find arousing.

 

To achieve this position, the man sits on a comfortable chair (you can use an armchair if you like), and the woman sits astride him with her feet out to either side. She then leans back until her arms are on the floor and her head is dangling down. The woman can use her hands and hips to control the thrusting, while the man can pump his pelvis and play with her clitoris.

 

It’s good for men because you get to sit down and enjoy the action! The unusual angle can stimulate different parts of the penis to traditional seated sex. Plus your partner can caress your testicles in this position, if she’s strong enough to support her weight with one arm. It’s good for women because feeling a rush of blood to the head can be arousing. This position is also a great way to stimulate the G-spot, and it clearly presents the clitoris for manual stimulation by either you (if you are able to support yourself on one arm) or your partner.

 

Caution: Some women feel faint when blood rushes to the head, so take it carefully and stop if the woman begins to feel too dizzy. Move slowly until you know exactly what the best angle is for both of you. You don’t want the penis to bend back too far! Don’t try it if the woman has a bad back, as this position could put too much strain on it.

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