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7 Cowgirl Positions That Will Give You The Ride Of Your Life

7 Cowgirl Positions That Will Give You The Ride Of Your Life

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Music has hyped the cowgirl sex position forever and it's with good reason. In fact, had "Look Back At It" been released neoooow, Trina would've had people everywhere recording themselves for the 'gram trying to spin around and keep the d*ck inside. See the vision? #DaBaddestChallenge.

Call it overrated, but girl, riding is the one sex position that will no doubt have you come out on top or victorious, if you will. This is your moment to shine, leaving him with a temporary stammer brought on by the ill nana. It's your show, your rodeo, your time to shine. So you'll no doubt be center stage calling all the shots, which is far too infrequent when it comes to women in sex, us taking the reins that is.

Unlike many other positions, this one gives you more control, from the speed and angle to the depth which is necessary considering the way my cervix is setup (she's a lowrider). In other words, you're in control of everyone's pleasure. Including the quick access you have to your clitoris making it easier for you to play with. Once you get in a rhythm, you might not even mind that sweet, slow burn but either way, there is something for everybody. That said, we scooped up the best "cowgirl" positions that the internet has to offer to give you a good amount of options. After all, there are levels to this position.

Saddle up, ladies, you're in for the ride of your life, and with these 7 positions, you'll be doing all the driving:

1.The Amazon Sex Position

This Amazon sex position allows you to slow stroke and grind your way to a climax as it stimulates the g-spot. To get in formation for this position, your partner will lie on his or her back while drawing their knees into the chest, feet straddled apart. While you will stand on your knees between his legs, slightly straddling your legs with your feet touching in a prayer-like pose. Once you're settled into position, your partner can rest his or her ankles on your butt while pulling you in deeper with their hands.

2.Sledge Sex Position

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Sledge combines doggy style with girl on top in that it gives bae a full moon view of everything your mama gave you. Making it great for booty rubbing and grabbing. Here's how it works! Have your partner sit on a flat surface with their leg straight in front of them. You will sit on top of him, straddling your legs around him and lean low on your elbows or put your hands straight out in front of you. Once your comfortable, you know what to do.

3.​The Lusty Lunge Sex Position

The Lusty Lunge is for the indecisive, or maybe you just value depth and clitoral stimulation. This variation of girl on top is simple. Your partner will lie on his back with his legs at an A-line and you will mirror that position while on top of them. You'll position yourself so that you're lying on your forearms, palms pressed flat to the bed and lift one leg 90 degrees. Once you've done all of the above, rest your foot on their thigh.

4.Backwards Cowgirl Sex Position

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Backwards Cowgirl gives your partner a handful of you by providing easy access to your breasts. While your partner is in a seated position with their legs straight, you will straddle your legs around them and sit up on your knees, balance things out by placing your hands on his knees.

5.The Pinocchio Sex Position

The Pinocchio goes deep or deeper if you throw a pillow in the mix. But for starters, all you need to do is hop in a squat over your partner while they're lying down. Your squat should be you getting your eagle on, but plant your hands on their chest. Now get it, girl.

6.Aries Sex Position

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With Aries, you will do almost exactly what you did in Sledge (see slide #2), with a few exceptions. Your partner's legs will be slightly raised and while you're straddled across them facing forward, you will balance by placing your hands shoulder length apart from your knees. Clinch his body with your feet and go at your own leisure.

7.Side Saddle Sex Position

Side Saddle is the move those old, classic movies always talk about. They would say "ladies" ride side saddle, but you know the rule of thumb, a lady in the street, freak in the sheets, so rest assured there's nothing ladylike about this position. Your partner will lie on a flat surface with his feet planted firmly on the ground while you sit on his groin area in a squat with your knees together. Place your hand on his lap for stability and bounce up and down on the d*ck. You can also execute side saddle while your partner sits in a chair or on the edge of the bed. You will face sideways so that your partner is facing your cheek. Pressing your legs together, you will ride off in the sunset stroking your favorite horse.

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