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5 Sex Positions That Give You *More* Pleasure

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While science doesn't support the widely held misconception of the G-Spot as some sort of magical button, a lot of women have discovered they really like getting rubbed an inch or so in on the top wall of their vagina. Maybe it's part of the surprisingly extensive inner clitoral structure, or hell, maybe it's a generous tiny fairy who rewards us with extra deep orgasms when pleased. Whichever, here's how to stimulate it and get those long-lasting XXL orgasms happening.

The Exploration

Lie back in a comfy, basic pose and commence some sure thing clit moves. Have your partner slide a curved finger into your vagina to find a raised spot about two inches in. Keep up the clit stim, while they press, tap or stroke the spot with a “come hither” motion for a combined sensation that's glorious beyond measure.

The Pusher

To get a truly sublime angle happening, lie flat on your back with you legs pressed together or crossed at the angles. He straddles you, but stays upright and on his knees. Instead of thrusting away, he pushes into you with shallow thrusts that get him~~OMG~~exactly where he needs to be.

The F You

Climb on top of him, taking the traditional missionary dude-on-top spot. Hold yourself up on your arms and put your legs between his. If he holds a lubed finger by his pubic bone, you can slide against it as you bone him silly.

Climbing Mt. G, aka Climbing Mt. Surprisingly Extensive Inner Clitoral Structure

Put a huge pile of pillows under your butt so your butt is way above your head. Bend your legs back towards your head and your spot will be perfectly positioned for ravishment via penis.

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Use The (G-) Force

Harness the Power of Physics for optimal penile angling. He sits, leaning back on his hands and you sit on him, leaning back on your hands as well. (Careful, there.) Add a toy or hand for your clit and see how long it takes before you're babbling incoherently.

Jill Hamilton writes the blog In Bed With Married Women. Follow her on Twitter.

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