When it comes to between-the-sheets action, cowgirl position is a real crowd splitter. Some women love the power and control associated with being on top, while others tend to feel slightly intimidated or even exhausted by the mere thought of it. We asked Annabelle Knight, sex and relationship expert for sexual wellness brand Lovehoney , and Eleanor McKenzie, editor and sex expert at adult romance website, app, and magazine LVH , to talk us through the cowgirl sex position and share tips on how to get creative:. The cowgirl position is an easy-to-perform, woman-on-top position, says McKenzie. Here, McKenzie explains how to assume the position:.
Cowgirl position: 8 sex tips to perfect the woman on top
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For a position that seemingly everyone has heard of, cowgirl can still be intimidating! Being on top can come with a whole new set of questions. What do you do with your hands? What do you do when your legs get tired? What do you do about keeping rhythm?
Your guide to sex, cowgirl style
When your partner of any gender! If your partner has a vulva, they're more likely to orgasm, too, since they can control exactly where and how hard you hit that region of the internal clitoris known as the G-spot. You should also change up exactly how your partner rides you—because even though cowgirl is a gift from the gods, it will grow stale if you do it every time. Not to worry.
The common sex advice is that cowgirl is the most reliable way to have an orgasm. You're the controlling the speed, the depth, the angle, the motion and every other aspect that might take you on the most direct path towards orgasm. And for some women, that's totally true. Go you! BUT what if you're up there, controlling the F out of the angles, rhythm, and everything else in your domain but still