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Struggling to hit the high notes in the bedroom and hoping to reach orgasm at the same time as your other half? Or perhaps you're looking for tips to help your female partner climax when you do? Either way, the fact you're asking this question at all is a good start! Great sex is all about experimentation, communication and fun, and if something isn't quite hitting the spot, the best way to boost your sex life and quadruple your chances of achieving mind-blowing orgasms is trial and error. Therapist, broadcaster and health writer Christine Webber explains how to find the best positions to get you or your female partner coming like a steam train:.
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These Are the 7 Best Positions For Achieving the ULTIMATE Female Orgasm
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We cannot guarantee that the page will display correctly in your browser. Please visit us from Chrome, Safari, Opera or Firefox. You may even want to try bringing lubes into the equation to maximise sensations. If you are finding it difficult to orgasm during sex, these five positions may be the perfect solution:. Begin in the missionary sex position, on your back with your partner on top of you. Have them pull their body up towards your head so that their pelvis is slightly higher than yours.
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These 4 Positions Make Female Orgasm Way Easier During Sex
So try variations no one has ever written about, laugh when you roll off the bed accidentally, hug your partner if one of you pulls a muscle and just goof around to take the pressure off. Alright, onto your positions now! How to: Get on all fours, facing away from your partner.
In fact, a heap of sex research suggests that only about a quarter of women hit climax during intercourse. Some blame the statistics on a lack of clitoral stimulation during penetration. Others say social constructs prevent women from articulating what exactly it is that they need to get off. Often, achieving orgasm requires much more than physical arousal; it lies in the lead-up to the moment, in a more mind-based approach to sex. But of course, there is in-the-moment-guidance to keep in mind.