Has your partner ever asked you to "go deeper" during sex? Deep penetration can feel reeeally good for everyone involved. She gets the intense and pleasurable sensation of feeling "full"—and maybe even a little g-spot action —and you get stimulation along your entire shaft. It sort of feels like your two bodies are melding into one, which can create a deep pun intended sense of intimacy.
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Staring into each other's eyes and synchronizing your breath for deep, passionate sex can be pretty mind-blowing. You know, as in explore spaces no penis , dildo, or strap-on has gone before with sex positions designed for deep penetration? Well, that's pretty freaking hot, too. Other women may experience conditions like endometriosis or chronic pelvic pain that can cause pain through inflammation and tightness in the pelvic floor muscles. Some sex positions and some people are just better suited for serious penetration. If that sounds like you, try these hot moves when you're in the mood for something a little more intense. Plus, this one gives great G-spot stimulation, says Kerner.
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A sex position is a position of the body that people use for sexual intercourse or other sexual activities. Sexual acts are generally described by the positions the participants adopt in order to perform those acts. Though sexual intercourse generally involves penetration of the body of one person by another, sex positions commonly involve penetrative or non-penetrative sexual activities. Three categories of sexual intercourse are commonly practiced: vaginal intercourse involving vaginal penetration , anal penetration , and oral sex especially mouth-on-genital stimulation.
Whatever sex position you try, we all know that pregnancy won't happen if you're having intercourse outside of your ovulation days but it's nice to have fun with the hubby, yes? To find out when you're fertile you need to know your menstrual cycle. Ovulation often falls around Day 10 to 22 of your cycle, counting the first day of your menstruation as Day 1. These apps can help you find out when you are ovulating.