Spooning gets a bad rap for being the go-to sex position of the hungover or lazy. But hear me out: Some of the hottest sex you'll ever have can happen in this cozy setup. For one, the skin-to-skin contact is unparalleled: You're literally attached from the neck down to your feet. And last but not least: Because of the physical closeness, there are so many opportunities for extra sensation, says Janet Brito , PhD, a licensed clinical psychologist and certified sex therapist in Honolulu, Hawaii. That includes your partner kissing your neck, stroking your nipples , massaging your clitoris.
Spooning Sex: 9 Tips for How to Make It Feel Great
Spooning is great for intimacy — it's basically just a cuddle and fuck combined — but sometimes, you want moooorrrrrrrre. Here's what to do:. First, press your legs firmly together for a tighter feel. Second, tilt your pelvis down a little so your clit is getting more contact with the top of his penis. Third, fill his hand with lube and press it between your legs so he's cupping you. He glides his hand up your vulva on the out thrusts, down on the in.
Spooning sex can be luxuriously lazy, a lil bit raunchy, or super intimate — here's how to do it all. The spooning sex position is for everyone, literally. Not only is it great for hetero, same-sex, and gender-nonconforming couples , but it can also be modified with almost unlimited variations based on your preferences. Clitoral stimulation a must for you?
We're in the frigid depths of winter right now, and that means it's prime spooning season—the time of year when you and your partner can linger under soft, warm covers and enjoy all the amazing sensations this hands-free, super intimate sex style offers. Sex Position Secrets for Better Bucking. If you love nothing more than the closeness and orgasmic pleasure a spooning session brings but are getting a little bored with bumping and grinding on your sides, try one of these six expert-approved variations. This chest-to-chest pose puts your breasts front and center and also encourages feelings of safety, connection, and nurturing, says California-based intimacy expert and educator Miyoko Rifkin.