The Alternative A-to-Z of Sex: Positions

There are so many sexual positions. Gotta try them all, right? WRONG! Positions are something that just happens, not something to be checked off on a list. If it looks uncomfortable, it probably is so… don’t bother, unless you’re a show off! There are a few basics that everyone needs to try out, but the rest are all variations on a theme. Man-on-top can be varied by the position of the woman’s legs, woman-on-top can have similar amendments (and rotations), and doggy-style becomes a ‘spoony’ side-by-side if you both keel over due to near exhaustion. Even the standing positions are pretty much variations on what you can do while lying or seated. We should be trying things because we want to know if they feel nice, not because we think we ought to.

By the way, to clarify… although I have used heteronormative descriptions of positions which include the words ‘man’ and ‘woman’, I’m relying on you to use a bit of creativity in your interpretation. After all, not everyone’s straight. And sex is at it’s best when it’s a whole lot of fun.

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  1. A agree completely about the “sex is all about fun” part! I think many people forget about this tho. They just do it because they think they have to. Or, it's just the chase for the orgasm. I don't get this. Sure, an orgasm is really nice, but after that the sex is over – at least for the man. I wish people could just relax and enjoy the actual sex part that happens BEFORE the orgasm too! πŸ™‚

  2. Yeah, I really hate that race-to-the-finish mentality. “Who came first? Can we orgasm at the some time?” There's so much fun to be had – why limit it to such a brief moment?

  3. Hey Miss Meadows I completely agree with you and I love that you lipsticklori mention not everyone is straight and that love is love regardless and yes sex is at it's best when it's a whole lot of fun πŸ˜‰

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