Run of the mill penetrative thrusting is good in all kinds of ways. It's time-tested, and feels reliably good for most people. But you can make your partner last longer plus up your orgasmic potential if you move beyond the old in and out. Here's how.
It can be fast and passionate, slow and romantic, and just as emotional as it is physical. The fix: Carve out some time to have the kind of sex that reminds you of why your relationship is so special. Being touched in a loving way will raise your levels of oxytocin also known as the love hormone and PEA a neurotransmitter associated with bonding , says Deb Laino, DHS , a Delaware-based relationship therapist and certified sex educator. How to do it: Have your partner lie directly behind you or vice versa , while you lie on your sides facing the same direction. If your partner is the one behind you, bend your knees slightly and push your bottom further back for easier access.
5 Sex Positions To Try With Someone You Really Love
Take a moment and think back to the beginning of your relationship. There were all those adventurous dates, the sweet impromptu gifts, and the sex—ah, the sex—was hot, sensual stuff. These days, things might look a little different.
Exploring intimate sex positions can be a great way to reconnect with your partner , or cement a growing bond in a new romance. Some couples are happy with the occasional mutually-satisfying quickie, or a regularly-scheduled weekend session that relies on the same ol' reliable positions to get the job done the "job" means an orgasm , in case that wasn't clear. Others may rely on their trusty vibrators or an exciting toy every time. Like all types of consensual sex, a routine that works is A-OK, and there's nothing wrong with sticking to the trusted missionary position, which can also be intimate. Yet research has shown time and again that trying new things together—both in and out of bed—helps keep the spark alive.