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Reverse Cowgirl Sex:

Reverse Cowgirl Sex:

Reverse Cowgirl Sex:

The Reverse Cowgirl Position.

Reverse cowgirl is named because it involves one person "riding" their partner, who is positioned underneath them, like one would ride a horse or mechanical bull—but backward, explains sexuality and relationship coach Niki Davis-Fainbloom, MSc. The rider faces their partner's legs instead of their face, as opposed to the regular cowgirl position, where eye contact can be made.

How It Works.

To get into reverse cowgirl, the penetrating partner lies on their back while the receiving partner straddles them, genitals to genitals, facing their feet. The top partner can then bounce on, grind against, or otherwise "ride" the bottom partner's penis or strap-on with their vagina or anus. (Source: www.mindbodygreen.com)

Tips & Techniques to Optimize Pleasure:

The penetrating partner can bend and lift their knees so that their calves are raised away from the bed, floor, or whatever surface you're on. The receiving partner can then rest their arms on the raised knees in order to support and stabilize themselves, says Cooper. Having something to rest on means that the receiving partner may be able to go for longer without wearing out their core muscles. (Here are other ways to last longer in bed, in case you're interested.) (Source: www.mindbodygreen.com)

The Bottom Line.

Trying new sex positions (or coming back to an old forgotten favorite) can really kick-start the sparks between you and your partner. When you're both open to experimenting and seeing what your bodies can do together, you engender an intimate and sexy environment that can only make the sex hotter, more frequent, and more enjoyable for everyone involved. So climb aboard and add reverse cowgirl to your repertoire! (Source: www.mindbodygreen.com)

How Does It Work?

In reverse cowgirl, the person receiving penetration sits on top of their partner, but instead of sitting face-to-face, they face away toward their partner’s feet. The person on top can control the pace, rhythm, and depth of penetration. (Source: www.webmd.com)

 

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