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Sex Tip #135-- Move your hips in sync with your partner

Moving your hips in sync with his thrusts will drive your partner crazy in bed. Try it out!

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If the missionary is your go-to sex position, then you are probably not very adventurous in bed. Men love it when you are aggressive in bed. They love to see you taking charge and doing some action. To spice up things, instead of simply lying steady when your partner is penetrating you in the missionary sex position you can get your hips do some work. Your hip movements can get you into a more pleasurable groove with your partner.

As he penetrates you, try making some circular movements with your hips. When he is penetrating you, move your pelvis back and forth so that it is in sync with his thrusts. Moving in rhythms will create frictions making sex even more pleasurable for him. Pay attention to how your partner reacts with the moves and just go with the flow. It may require a little effort to move your hips in sync with your spouse, but practice can make you perfect. To make things easier, you can also place a pillow below your hips to get that added lift and make your hips touch his pelvis area. Wrap your legs around him while you move as this will allow for deep penetration. Your bodies should be slapping against each other. And while you are moving in sync, kiss and bite his outer lips. To take things up the notch you can even grab his butt. Doing this, you will add a serious kink quotient to your sex session. Here's how you can have kinky sex without being hardcore.

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Your hip movement can also help stimulate your clitoris so at the end of it; you too get immense pleasure. The combination of G-spot penetration combined with clitoral stimulation is sure to give you a crazy orgasm. What s more, it will make your partner coming back and wanting for more.

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