a tough job, but someone’s got to do it. Each month your
lusty Positions Columnist field-tests three sexual postures,
from simple standards to yogic pretzel-poses.
This is a practical guide, detailing the procedures,
benefits, and drawbacks for the bread-and-butter positions
you use every day, as well as the intricacies of tougher tricks
like standing positions. In addition, I’ll usually include
positions that can be assumed by three people of varying gender
configurations. (Above three people, determining what “position”
you’re in becomes difficult – generally at this
point it begins to become a “pile.”)
Rated for difficulty (1=easiest to 5=most difficult) and
fully described in terms of technique and pleasure, each month’s
offerings are bound to keep you busy in the boudoir with your
partner, or looking for folks to practice with!
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This month our Positions Guru
reviews three more classics.
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Basting the Turkey
Ahh, the holidays. A time when people get together to celebrate, or don’t, celebrate the festivities. Since it is turkey month, I thought I’d do something fun and theme-ish. Make sure that you’ve done the appropriate amount of warm-up and stretching because you need to be limber for this position. If you are the receiver, lie on your back, feet together over your head, resting your body weight on your shoulders. Your arms lie by your side. Then have your partner straddle your folded torso facing away from you. Your partner can then grab your hips for control and stability. You can use your hands to fondle your partner. Read Entire Article
The Ironman Challenge
This position determines how buff you and your partner happen to be. Besides being strong, the other thing you have to consider is picking a chair to use. The chair is essential for proper execution of the position. If you are the receiver, have your partner sit on the edge of the chair, legs together and extended out in front. Then you lay on top of your partner’s legs, putting your head by your partner’s feet. You can hang your legs over the edge of the chair or put your feet on your partner’s shoulders. If you and your partner are daring enough s/he can lean on the edge of the chair with his/her elbows. As I always advise, choose your chair carefully making sure it’s sturdy Read Entire Article
The Cold Shoulder
The Cold Shoulder is a great position for when you and your partner are sitting outside enjoying a cool fall night wrapped in a blanket. Find a sturdy chair with a seat that will fit both of you without arms and a short back. If you are the receiver, your partner should sit down in the chair first, straddling the seat with the back of the seat facing him/her. Then you sit on your partner’s lap. Here is the twist: dangle your legs off the back of the chair instead of straddling the seat like your partner. Then rock away, not literally of course. The blanket comes in handy for privacy. Make sure it’s big enough to cover all the appropriate areas. Read Entire Article