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5 Sex Positions You Need If He Orgasms Too Fast

First, take it as a compliment. Then, try these.
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Pretty much every person will experience a moment in their life where either their peen or their partner's didn't cooperate how they both would have liked. It's normal and it's totally fine. But if you're looking for a few ways to extend the length of your love-making, look no further than these five fixes.


1. Oral Exam


If you're dealing with a partner of the premature variety, this position is a pretty solid place to start. Before (or regardless of!) you switching to a penetrative sex posish, have your partner go down on you, alternating light finger strokes on your clit. Starting with oral takes the pressure off of both of you: You're more likely to finish, and so he's less likely to stress about "letting you down" if he orgasms immediately later on.

2. Dominant Doggy


With your partner kneeling back on his legs, he won't be penetrating you *quite* as deeply. This way, the sensation isn't as intense as other rear-entry positions. With your legs wrapped around his back, you can control the speed and rhythm to better prolong your love-making.

3. Bend and Press


Similarly, this knees-up number allows you to use your feet if it feels like things are moving too quickly. Slow him TF down and establish a feel-good rhythm that won't be over before it started. Plus, you've got a couple hands free for whatever else you'd like to do down there.

4. The Side-Winder


Lie on your back with your right leg bent upward. He straddles and enters you in this modified missionary position that allows you to gauge the level of penetration based on how far or widely spread your legs are.

5. The Lusty Leg Lift


When in doubt, try something HARD. Standing sex positions are notoriously difficult because you need to engage a lot more muscles to maintain your balance. Chances are, if he's concentrating on not falling over, he'll be distracted enough to last a little longer.

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This article originally appeared on Cosmopolitan.com. Minor edits have been made by the Cosmo.ph editors.