4 Hit It From The Back Moves That Are Bound To Get You To Orgasm

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When it comes to sex, I'm all about the classics and relying on slight variations of those moves to keep it exciting: a leg lift there, a bite to the shoulder here, a strategically placed hand on the ass there.


To get a little more advanced about technique, the legs on the shoulders variation of the missionary position (see: The Anvil) gets me where I need to go. Every. Single. Time. I turn my brain off and surrender to the feeling of being filled completely. It's deep, passionate, intimate, and my orgasm is typically a good seven strokes away (especially if that low moan/throaty whisper of “Oh fuck" comes at the right moment to further beckons me to come undone). That's why a classic is a classic. It's tried, true, and undoubtedly effective. Mmmm.

When I think of the female orgasm, particularly my experience with having trouble finding my own during sex, it is that Eighth World Wonder that men and women alike are often times demystified by due to its elusive nature. There is no magical how-to book to help you find it, but there are tools and techniques to guide you along the right path to the female O. Speaking of sex position classics, check out my four favorite hit it from the back positions that are proven to promote and enhance your orgasm.

Baby, bend ova

1. Reverse Cowgirl

What it is:

A hybrid of the classic doggystyle position and the riding position (aka Woman on Top). Your partner lies flat on his back and you position yourself on top of him, but instead of facing him directly, your back is facing him while you lean forward, using his lower half for balance as you rock back and forth.

Why it's great:

It's very easy to hit your G-spot in this position. It's also great for guys who aren't as gifted in length and helps them feel bigger inside of you. As with most on top positions, you're able to take full control of the act, its rhythm, its speed, its angle, which again is a +++ for helping you achieve orgasm.

What's your go-to sex move? Have you given any of these positions a try? Share your favorites below!

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