Most couples aren't very adventurous in the bedroom. When it comes time to get down in between the sheets, few are bold enough to venture away from traditional standbys like missionary, cowgirl, spooning, doggy style. It doesn't have to be this way.
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Our sex positions tool can be used to filter through all positions we have on the site. Use it to find the best positions for just about any encounter. In fact, people have been mixing things up since, well, probably since we started hooking up.
One of the best ways to liven up your sex life? Switch things up. And what's more out of the ordinary than getting intimate outside of the bedroom?
Who doesn't get a little turned on when their partner joins them in the shower? The cascading water, the steam, the delicious aromas wafting through the air, and the spanking-clean, naked skin are total aphrodisiacs. But let's be real: Shower sex ain't easy to pull off.
You need a little flexibility and a bit of leg strength to perform it well. To start doing this standing sex position, your both need to face in the same direction while standing upright. Your man then needs to enter you.
Just about every guy and girl in the world likes sex. Hell, if most of us could just skip the whole work thing and spend all of our time in bed every day, we would. But with all that need to have sex comes the urge to have a bit of variety.
Some things in life are better on repeat: Friendsperfectly sunny beach days, your trusty white manicure. Your sexcapades, though? Definitely not one of them.
If you passed through middle school anytime in the past few generations, you may have heard the rumor that humans and dolphins are the only animals who mate for pleasure. This is objectively untrue — bonobos and macaquesfor instance, have been observed doing just that — but Homo sapiens is without a doubt the only species to worry endlessly that one is not having the best sex they could possibly be having. From the Kama Sutra to Cosmothousands of guides have been created to mitigate that fear and ostensibly help the reader become better in bed.