How to Change Sex Positions

Want some tips on how to change position during sex?

If you’re like most of us kinky folk, then you probably don’t stay in one sex position per session. I can’t think of the last time I had sex in only one position because there are so many kinky positions to try and explore!

Unless it is some kind of challenge to stay in place, or you have been ordered to, I think changing sex positions is more fun and often ends in a bigger and better orgasm.

Not everyone is agile enough to shift from one sex position to another with ease, especially over and over when having sex, and staying hard throughout can also be a challenge. But with so many positions to choose from, most people can find a few that work for them.

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Let’s look at some ideas and tips that will help you choose the right combination of positions, along with the best way to transition from one sex position to another.

6 Tips for Changing Sex Positions

1. Start with the Most Difficult Position

Depending on how long your sessions usually run, you may want to attempt that pretzel position first as stamina and momentum may lag over a longer run. She may not want to swing from the ceiling after being on her hands and knees for twenty minutes.

Most of us don’t have kink swings (we all think about them!), but you get the idea.

2. Talk It Through

Even couples who rarely say a word during sex may suggest a new position when one is becoming uncomfortable, boring, or just not working for a number of reasons. Just a suggestion along with a guiding movement usually works.

A Dom may use a command that their sub will gladly obey if that’s the relationship.

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3. Consider the Flow Between Sex Positions

Some sex positions naturally flow into one another, making the transition more seamless than others. Going from doggy style to flatback is easy enough, or from 69 to reverse cowgirl.

You can go from anything to anything, but sometimes the flow between positions can help keep the momentum going better because it takes less time and movement to adjust into.

3. Be Creative

When you read about a sex position that interests you, it’s not always easy to imagine it in real life, and often it doesn’t quite look like the image you had pictured.

Don’t be afraid to make creative adjustments that will close the gap for ability, size, height, and environment. Who knows, you might just come up with something you’ve never read about!

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4. Keep It Hard Between Positions

When there’s a break in momentum, the cock can get confused and get soft or softer. It may just take some manual stimulation or oral to get the party started again before you commit to a new position.

Do what it takes before you get back into things. I find just the right dirty talk is the easiest way to bring my lover’s cock back to life. A cock ring is another useful tool.

5. Enjoy Each Sex Position’s Reach

Different positions allow access to different parts of your lover’s body.

You can’t touch her breasts when she is riding you in reverse cowgirl but now you can as she sits on your face to smother you with her pussy. Doggy gives you an up-close booty to admire, so caress and squeeze it before she lays on her back for some missionary position.

Enjoy what is unique to each position before shifting to the next.

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6. Play Safe

This is a two-fold tip.

1) Always have more than enough condoms. You may be switching protection when you go from back to front, or you may need another if one slips off or you’re going multiple rounds.

2) Be wary of your environment to prevent injuries. Trying to have sex in the shower is challenging enough, but when you shift positions, make sure there are grab bars available. A broken or sprained something is never worth the sexual high.

Now it’s your turn. Take our Poll: What Are Your Favorite Sex Positions?

What do you find challenging about changing positions during sex?

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