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Lollie Answers: Girl On Top Sex Position 101

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Sara Asks:

Do you have any tips for the woman on top position? I'm not too great at it and I don't know why..Like when I start riding, my man's dick would slip out..what am I doing wrong?

Dear Sara:

The woman-on-top position, or Cowgirl position, can definitely be a tricky one. You’re not the only woman who has this problem, and there is no easy, clear-cut solution except practice. Instead of moving yourself up and down on the cock, try sitting with him inside you and your legs on either side of him, then roll your pelvis around. Experiment with different directions, speeds, and strength of movement, because even a small movement will stimulate him in this position. If he is still slipping out, go slower and smaller with your hip rolling. This technique will rub your clit on him, which will also add an extra treat for you. It is also safer for his precious member because if he does slip out, you’re just rubbing yourself on the cock rather than letting your body fall on his erect penis (ouch!).

You can also try the Reverse Cowgirl, which is the same woman-on-top positioning, but instead of facing his head, turn around and face his feet. Depending on how his penis is angled, this may match up your bodies so that his cock will not slip out. This also gives him a really hot view of your back side and the hip movement (super hot!).

Overall, take shallower strokes and slow down until you start to get the hang of it. If you use this position as a starting point, the slow movements can be a great tease! If you’re going to Cowgirl in the middle of the heat, the faster pace can throw you off and add performance pressure. You want to be relaxed and enjoy all the amazing sensations that come with this position. Saddle up, cowgirl!

XOXO,
Lollie

About Lollie: Lollie is a Pure Pleasure employee and educator, kink advocate, and a redhead with a personality to match


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