MissionaryHow many different sex positions have you tried? ‘One, two or five?’  That’s like having eaten only five different dishes all your life! No wonder people in relationships claim sex gets boring after a while. To keep things interesting and help spice up your sex life,www.thehealthsite.com is going to try and bring out a list of every sex position known to humankind. Join us as we travel down the path of sexual evolution:

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It’s without a doubt the first sex position you’ll ever find yourself in. It is the bread-and-butter of sex positions and the most common one to boot. A 2011 survey had found that it was most preferred one though it’s derided by feminists for being too man-in-control. The basic positioning is very simple and involves the man on top while entering the woman with both of them facing towards one another.

Pros: It’s a very simple position for beginners and doesn’t need a great deal of athleticism or know-how. Because the partners are face-to-face there’s more eye contact and kissing. There’s also a greater amount of body contact and the hands and legs can be manipulated to create a variety of different positions.

Cons: The position despite its popularity has some drawbacks. It can be very difficult to achieve if the male partner is significantly heavier. It’s also a position in which most people get stuck and they don’t explore other forms or positions. It should also be avoided during pregnancies. Also a woman has very limited movement (only option is thrusting upwards) and this can result in a limited degree of control. Read more about the various erogenous zones on a woman’s body

This is just the first part of the article. Read about the missionarywoman-on-topspooningthe anvil69 and  rear entry sex positions.

Have you tried these sex positions?

The butterfly

Magic Mountain

Glowing Triangle

On the lap

The 69

The Anvil

Standing

Woman-on-top

Spooning

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