Positions You Thought You'd Never Try
These ancient books have given us some positions we thought we'd never try. Trying some of them one evening may be just the thing you both need either to get you really involved in new ways to make love or to give you a great deal of laughter all evening long! With names like “donkeys in the third moon of spring,” “crab position,” and “tortoise position,” don't you think you could have a little fun? Here are brief descriptions of a few positions:
The Wheelbarrow. The woman is standing on her hands and has her head on the floor or a pillow. The man is standing, holding the woman's legs. This position is very erotic to the man as he has a bird's-eye view of gorgeous buttocks and the pelvic freedom to thrust effortlessly. It's also known that inversion is quite good for your health, when done in moderation. A variation on this theme is to have the woman resting on a hassock or footstool so that she is a little higher up in relationship to her partner. Make sure the stool won't slip out from under the woman.
The “wheelbarrow” sex position.
Suspended position. The man stands against a wall or anything that will support his back, and the woman sits on his clasped hands as he holds her up. She is suspended by his arms and holds herself close to him with her own arms around his neck and her legs around his thighs. If she is very small, she can thrust by pushing her feet against the wall that is supporting the man.
The “suspended” sex position.
Three legs position. Both partners stand together. The woman places one foot between the man's two feet and lifts the other foot and leg so that her lover can hold her leg at the ankle at about the level of his waist.
Squatting position. The man must have very strong, limber leg muscles for this one. He squats and his lover sits astride him, facing him. Her legs are left dangling in the air as he supports her. Subtle movements and rocking achieve the couple's ecstasy.
A squatting sex position.
Enjoy trying out these new positions, but be very careful, especially if you think any of these positions may be physically challenging. Endorphins, the chemicals your body produces when you're having fun, can cover up pain.