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8 Wild Ways To Do Doggy Style In Style

If I were asked to sum up sex in two words, I'd have to say: doggy style.

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If I were asked to sum up sex in two words, I'd have to say: doggy style. It's the good, the bad, and the nasty. The sex position is legendary due to its ability to hit all the right spots. Doggy style is an all access pass to pleasure and the gift that keeps on giving, allowing even the most modest of folks to embrace their super freak.


Doggy style is as vanilla as missionary sex in the regard that it's easy to execute. But it also has the flare of rocky road, as it gives you the capacity for hair pulling, ass smacking, long-deep dick downs, and extra clitoral stimulation. Oh, and we must not forget, the ability to throw that ass as quick as he can catch it.

Plus, for someone who has qualms about being on top. The doggy style position is the perfect compromise for both parties, as it ensures that I'm putting in a little somethin' somethin' myself.

It's a diverse position, especially because within that one position there are a million other variations to be executed.

I know. I know. The old saying begs the question "why fix what isn't broken?" — so I won't. But, I will give you the best doggy style sex positions that allow you to get in tune with your more animalistic side and are just as wild.

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Taking a page from the traditional doggy style, position yourself on all fours with knees straddled. You'll lower yourself by bending your arm at the elbow, then one arm under your stomach while using the other for security. Your man will kneel on one knee, and place the other bent knee on your back. He'll take one hand and place it on the bed, while using the other to further stabilize himself by grabbing onto your butt.

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