In fact, there are 5 amazing positions that can help to give a woman an orgasm without any clitoral stimulation at all… and that’s because they focus on her G-spot.
Even better, because there are 5 of them, you’ll sure to find one that fits your personal preferences as well.
So if you’d like to take sex from “extremely enjoyable” to “meltingly mindblowing”… then I highly recommend you give these positions a try!
Beginning with #1:
1) Doggy Style
This position is a well-known favorite, so I decided to jump off on a high note for you and put it at the top of the list. 🙂
Doggy style got its reputation because it’s considered one of the more “impersonal” sex positions:
Very little eye contact…
Less physical contact…
And a lot of thrusting.
But in reality, doggy style is actually one of the best positions to reach a woman’s G-spot during sex.
The G-spot is on the inner front wall of a woman’s vagina–about 2 to 3 inches deep. So during doggy style, you’ll have easy access to it–you’ll be thrusting toward the front wall, hitting that G-spot every time you do.
Plus, this position makes it easy for you to reach around and give her some clitoral stimulation as well, which will speed up her orgasm.
I love a good pun, but I would definitely re-title this one something cooler like, “The OG,” or, “The Big O-Zone.”
In this positions, the woman lays on her back with her legs up on your shoulders.
Her legs being closer together will tighten her vaginal muscles, and that intensifies the sensation and gives you easy access to her G-spot.
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