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Kelly Rowland Gets Real About Her Favorite Sex Position: 'I'm A F*cking Rider.'

La La Anthony and Kelly Rowland just reminded us that simple sex can be bomb AF.

Kelly Rowland

I see you, sis.

You've been hitting your squats, doing your stretches, and slaying the Kama Sutra like the sex goddess that you are. But as fun as it is to try something new, going back to the basics is never a bad idea in the bedroom and our good sisters Kelly Rowland and La La Anthony know this well.

Kelly and La La have not been afraid to let their freak flags fly during their time in self-isolation and last week on Instagram Live, these celebrity BFFs let it all hang out during a steamy conversation about their favorite sex positions. When La La was asked by self-proclaimed closet freak, Kelly, whether she prefers missionary or doggy style, the Power actress had this to say:

"Either or, darling. Hit it from the back. I think that missionary is, and can be, boring as hell and I think if you only do missionary then I'm going to consider you a very lazy person. It's the easy way out. Flip that thing round, now we talkin'."

During their chat, the "Coffee" singer also opened up about her go-to position in the bedroom, which just so happens to be an all-time classic:

"I'm a f*cking rider."

Although you may have mastered the Wanton Wheelbarrow and can throw that ass back Froggie-style, La La and Kelly just reminded us that simple sex can be bomb AF.

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