When your partner of any gender! If your partner has a vulva, they're more likely to orgasm, too, since they can control exactly where and how hard you hit that region of the internal clitoris known as the G-spot. You should also change up exactly how your partner rides you—because even though cowgirl is a gift from the gods, it will grow stale if you do it every time. Not to worry. Slight tweaks on the classic position can be enough to up your sex game from great to earth-shattering. How it works: You lie on your back. Your partner straddles you, sitting on you like a horse. Their knees and shins are pressed to the bed.
2. Reverse Missionary
We were halfway through a 'quiet night in' that was anything but quiet where I'd been challenged to get through all of the best woman on top sex positions in one night. I'll be honest, the Erotic Accordion below for reference had me stumped. But as a long-term sex blogger and fan of all things kinky, I'm no more going to give up in the face of a sexual challenge than a banker would turn down a bonus. I'm glad we kept at it, and I feel a bit guilty that I'd been rude about this one to begin with, because when we got the angle just right, this position gave a deep penetration and achingly hot sensation. I felt powerful, in control, and about as dominant as I get without brandishing a whip. So what of the others? These sex positions can all be attempted with a male or penis-having partner, or if your partner has a vagina, they can wear a strap-on. As a general rule, when on top I'm a grinder: bouncing up and down doesn't hit the same spot as swaying back and forth. But in this sex position, bouncing is the best way My verdict?
2. Stand and Deliver
Not always as easy. While porn may have you think you need to be hung like a horse or need to plow like a jackhammer in order for your partner to reach climax, that is far from the truth. A lot of what you want to focus on is external the clitoris and within the first few inches of the vaginal canal, explains Ian Kerner, Ph. This means an ideal sex position to help your partner orgasm would include clitoral consistency, breast stimulation, and intermittent cervical contact.
Some things in life are better on repeat: Friends , perfectly sunny beach days, your trusty manicure. Your sexcapades, though? Definitely not one of them. Even the hottest spark in the bedroom needs new sex positions to stoke the flames from time to time—otherwise things get boring, fast. In short, your brain craves newness, and especially for women, your brain is very involved in your excitement and satisfaction. Exploration between the sheets amps up emotional intimacy and encourages partners to take risks and grow together. New sex positions will encourage you both to be more vulnerable with one another in—and outside of —the bedroom.