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How to Find the Right Sex Position


If you're interested in learning how to find the right sex position, you'll have several things to consider. The right position for one person won't be the right one for another. You'll also find that even if you have a favorite sex position overall, that might not be your favorite with a particular partner. Following is a brief guide to help you decide what will work best in any given situation.

How to Find the Right Sex Position For Inexperienced Couples

If you haven't had a lot of sex and have only tried a few positions, your attempts to find the right sex position will be different than those with more experience. Too often couples will start out by trying something really wild or complicated, only to be disappointed when it doesn't work out the way they'd hoped. Learning how to have great sex is the same as acquiring any new skill it takes practice. Much like you wouldn't try to learn the guitar by starting with a complicated song, when you're learning how to have great sex, you want to work on conquering the basics first. Start with missionary or the woman on top.

As you become comfortable with the basic sexual positions, you'll want to discuss new positions with your partner. Let them know you're interested in how to find the right sex position and tell them about any particular positions you're interested in. You need to do this in a comfortable manner so that they feel they can share their desires with you as well. After having sex in a position you're comfortable in, hold them in your arms, tell them how much you enjoyed that, and then ask them what kinds of things they'd be interested in that might increase their pleasure.

How to Find the Right Position For Experienced Couples

If you've been with your partner for awhile and have become bored with the sex positions you're always using, it can be somewhat tricky to bring it up. You don't want your partner to feel that they're not a good lover or that you're unhappy with your sex life. Instead of saying, I'm not happy with what we're doing, try saying something like, I love our sex life so much that I want to make it even better. What do you think about trying out a new position? Let them know that you desire them so much that you can't stop thinking about how hot a particular sexual position might be.

When you and your partner agree to try a new sex position, make sure that you're trying it under comfortable circumstances. Incorporating lube or toys can be a good way to get both partner's juices flowing. You can start out in one of your standard positions, and as you both get more and more into it, try switching to a new position. Make sure that your partner knows they can stop at any time if it's not comfortable for them.

Whether you're experienced or inexperienced, learning how to find the right sex position can sometimes be awkward. As you move into the more interesting and complicated positions, it might take you a minute to get the hang of it, or to get you and your partner on the same page. Work through this initial awkwardness and keep trying new positions. The best way to find you and your partner's favorite sexual position is to be open minded and adventurous and to try several techniques and positions. It's also important that you asses each position and let each other know what's working for you and what's not.



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