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AskMen may get paid if you click a link in this article and buy a product or service. While it’s fair to say that men enjoy most sex positions, women aren’t necessarily as easy to please. RELATED: Best Sex Positions to Improve Your Sex Life As a dude’s sexual preferences may not always be what’ll get a  lady to the finish line, some sex experts and adult performers have chimed in with the best positions that are most likely to please women. It seems that while yoga-tastic, wildly inventive advanced sex positions may be great for a change now and then, what women really want the most is simple: missionary. Don’t spend all your energy trying to make a crazy position work, and instead, spend time focusing on upping that pleasure level with a few classics. 1. Missionary Carlee Ranger Missionary is one of the most popular sex positions because it delivers results. It is intimate, allowing you to gaze deep into your lover’s eyes as you reach the finish line. “The positioning and motion stimulates the woman’s clitoris, which is what the majority of ladies (close to 70 percent) need in order to orgasm,” says sexologist and Sex With Emily podcast host Emily Morse. “Perhaps this is why women have been rating it their top pick over the years.” “The romantic and softer side of me really enjoys missionary,” adds adult entertainment performer Jelena Jensen, who is known for her work with studios such as Girlfriends Films. “While in missionary, I’m able to see him above me, look into his eyes, and wrap my entire body around him. There’s much more of a connection while in missionary, especially with someone you have feelings for.” Adult performer and fetish model Casey Calvert also agrees on missionary being a favorite. “In my book, relaxation is step one to orgasm,” she says. “But besides that, missionary is my No. 1 position because I can control the angle of my pelvis to make sure he's really hitting just the right spot. I can do the same in cowgirl; I'm just more of a girl-on-the-bottom kinda girl!” 2. Missionary Variation: Legs on Chest Carlee Ranger Morse notes that missionary is so great because  there are plenty of ways to spice it up. “For example, instead of laying chest to chest, try holding your partner's legs against your chest, crossed at the ankles with her thigh muscles clenched,” she suggests. “Women will still love this variation because the clenched thighs provide the same amount of clitoral stimulation (if not more), and allow for a little more hip movement to help your partner hit that sweet spot. Men will definitely enjoy the tighter feel, the ability for deeper thrusts, and the increased visibility won’t hurt either.” 3. Doggy-Style Variation: Stacked Spooning Carlee Ranger If we were going by most enjoyable positions for men, doggy-style would definitely take a top spot. “It’s no secret why men love this porn-tastic position,” says Morse. “It is naughty, allows for full range of motion, and you really can’t beat the view.” For women, on the other hand, doggy-style is not always a slam dunk. Morse suggests a variation of doggy-style that both men and women can get behind. “It’s a lot like the well-known spooning position, but instead of staying on your sides, you and your partner are stacked on top of one another,” notes Morse. “Have your partner lay face down on a bed or some other soft surface with her legs slightly spread. Lie on top of her, using your arms for support (kind of like a plank), and enter her from behind. Not only does this face down configuration provide more intense friction with each thrust, the rocking motion will also create some pleasurable pressure against [her] clitoris for a double whammy.” 4. Doggy-Style Variation: Pillow Under Pelvis Carlee Ranger If the stacked feeling proves to be a little bit too much, you can also try placing a pillow underneath her pelvis. “The slight elevation allows for much deeper penetration, and also puts her at the perfect angle for some effortless G-Spot stimulation,” says Morse. 5. Doggy-Style Variation: Flattened Doggy Carlee Ranger There are other spins on traditional doggy that are great for women, too. “While in a flattened doggy, the man is able to hold the woman down by the small of her back,” shares Jensen. “Not only is this great for women that like to be restrained, but the lower back is also an erogenous zone of the female body. This position can also allow for more G-spot stimulation.” 6. Woman on Top Carlee Ranger When it comes to female-friendly sex positions, being on top is definitely a go-to. “With the man on his back, ladies get full control of depth and speed of motion, and are free to grind their hips in whatever way will provide the best direct clitoral stimulation,” notes Morse. “From a visual perspective, this position is just about as good as it gets for guys. Plus, because this position focuses more on rocking back and forth than thrusting in and out, men tend to last a bit longer too!” 7. Woman on Top Variation: Chair Carlee Ranger According to Morse, women tend to skip over  the standard cowgirl position because they’re too self-conscious in their movements. “If this is the case, or if you just feel like trying something a little more comfortable, take this position to the nearest couch or chair,” she says. “Sit up normally and have your partner straddle you so that you are face-to-face, or breasts-to-face, depending on height. Instead of bouncing up and down like they do in all of your favorite movies, have your partner swirl around in circles and rock back and forth so that the penis hits the wall of her G-spot over and over again. This grinding motion should also do some pretty magical things for her clitoris too, hopefully resulting in an elusive blended orgasm.” Bonus: Add Sex Toys to the Mix Sometimes, incorporating some sex toys into your bedroom activities can help keep you from falling into a routine. Even positions you’ve done a million times can feel brand new again with the right accessory. It’s essentially the same thing as  bringing a third into the bedroom without the guilt of cheating. “Don't think that adding sex toys means that your sex is boring or less than satisfying,” says sex expert Laurel House. “The opposite is actually true! It shows you're open to exploring many avenues of pleasure because you feel safe and simultaneously liberated within your relationship. The key is to communicate with your partner. Talk about what you would like to try, then have a conversation after you put your new toy to use to honestly discuss if you liked it and if you want to try it again.” Pjur Natural Lube Also, if you haven’t already, you should find yourself some good lube. “Making things slick is fun,” says psychologist and sexpert Antonia Hall. “It's best to use a lubricant that's free of chemicals like parabens and mineral oils, which are toxic and can break down silicon products.” Pjur Natural Lubricant, $29.95 at AdamEve.com Aloe Cadabra Lubricant According to Hall, another good lube option is Aloe Cadabra, "which is edible and safe to use with condoms and toys.” Aloe Cadabra Lubricant, $10.95 at Amazon.com Under the Bed Restraint System Bondage is something that you can’t knock until you try it. This item is great if you don’t happen to have a headboard, as it’s set up so you can just slide the straps under your mattress to turn your bedroom into a playground. Under the Bed Restraint System, $28.95 at Amazon.com Rosie Plug Sure, anal's not for everyone, but it can definitely add a new dimension of pleasure to your sex life if you and your partner are open to it. The Rosie Plug is a great starting point with its gentle arrow shape, allowing for easy insertion with a gradually increasing diameter. Rosie Plug, $28 at Goodvibes.com Liberator Wedge Deeper penetration (or changing the angle of penetration) can often be a simple way to instantly increase her pleasure. This will lift her pelvis (or backside) at a 27-degree angle, welcoming a new dimension to every position. Liberator Wedge, $79.99 at Amazon.com Sex and Mischief Whip and Tickle This’ll turn an innocent tickle into a pleasure-filled moan in no time at all. There are two distinct ends to this whip, so be sure to switch it up, as it’s the contrast that will be a big part of the stimulation. Sex and Mischief Whip and Tickle, $19.95 at AdamEve.com The Sync by We-Vibe This adjustable couples vibrator also has a remote access smartphone app so you can have fun even when one of you is not there. We-Vibe Sync, $199 at AdamEve.com Lelo Luna Pleasure Beads This updated version of a classic sex toy  can be used for either Kegel muscle exercises, or if she’s looking to stimulate herself. Lelo Luna Pleasure Beads, $59 at AdamEve.com All illustrations by Carlee Ranger. You Might Also Dig: 10 Advanced Sex Positions Best Cuddling Positions How To Have Better Sex Tonight AskMen may get paid if you click a link in this article and buy a product or service. To find out more, please read our complete terms of use. 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Posted Aug 11, 2020 SHARE TWEET EMAIL COMMENTS Source: Solen Feyissa/Pixabay By Dena Domenicali-Rochelle, LCSW Online dating is tough. This fast-paced, objectifying culture can be a real impediment to finding a long-term partner. In my practice, I hear a lot about the fear people feel that they’ll be alone forever. But I’ve observed that since the coronavirus hit, the landscape of online dating has changed profoundly. Dating pandemic-style is different in several important ways. No pressure to have sex right away Sex at the early stages of a relationship is easier to take off the table. For those cautious about the virus, the only short-term option you have after matching with someone is to talk. You have to like a person enough to decide they are worth risking possible coronavirus exposure to make actual physical contact—and that physical contact could be something as simple as taking a walk without masks, a hug, or a kiss, nevermind going back to their place and having sex. A patient recently said to me: “When the lockdown happened, I was really worried that my dating life would have to be put on hold until there was a vaccine. But actually, I kind of like the way dating is right now. I don’t feel that pressure I used to feel to have sex early on in a relationship. That’s been really freeing. I can actually get to know them well before we take our clothes off.” For years, I’ve noted an unspoken understanding in the dating scene that one should be ready and/or enthusiastic about having sex by the third date. In my professional opinion, that expectation may be an obstacle to finding a long-term partner. Not that I have a problem with people having casual sex. If that’s what you’re after, go for it! (And please use a condom.) However, if you’re on the lookout for the person that will be your person, having the physical intimacy of the relationship outpace the emotional intimacy is problematic. When people don’t feel that physical connection right away, it becomes too easy to assume that this is just not the right person and then walk away without really getting to know them or giving them a chance. In short, dating pandemic-style means it’s harder to let sex get in the way of getting to know one another. And if you allow yourself the space to get to know one another, you may establish an emotional connection. Feelings are more intense—especially loneliness During the pandemic, people are feeling more intensely vulnerable and lonely than ever before. While these feelings may be incredibly painful, they can have some benefits. Sitting with those feelings day after day could help make your priorities clearer. 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Subscribe A Beginner’s Guide to Casual DatingMedically reviewed by Janet Brito, Ph.D., LCSW, CST — Written by Crystal Raypole on March 2, 2020 Casual vs. seriousRole of sexPurposeEtiquetteSelf-careGetting seriousTakeawayShare on Pinterest At first blush, casual dating can seem like an effortless way to forge new connections and ease loneliness without having to get too attached. All fun, no harm, right? While casual dating can certainly proceed smoothly for all involved, it’s not always quite that simple. Things can get pretty complicated, especially if you don’t have a clear idea of why you’re dating casually or what you want out of it. Thinking of giving casual dating a try? Keep the following in mind. The line between casual and serious can be tricky If you’re not sure exactly what “casual” dating means, you’re not alone. Not everyone defines it in the same way, and often the “line” separating serious and casual dating is more of a smudged blur. For example, are you still casually dating someone if you’ve introduced them to your family? What if you take a short trip together? Here are a few other FAQs to consider.What does a casual relationship look like? Casual dating is often (but not always) nonexclusive. People commonly assume it’s fine to see other people unless there’s been an explicit discussion about exclusivity. Still, it’s always wise to have a convo about exclusivity at some point just to make sure everyone’s on the same page. Generally speaking, casual dating describes:something more defined than “friends with benefits” or hookupsconnections that involve some degree of emotional attachmentsituations that lack relationship labels attachments you pursue for fun, not commitmentWhat does a serious relationship look like? People often date seriously in the hopes of finding a partner to settle down with long-term. Serious relationships usually involve: strong emotional attachmentrelationship labels like “boyfriend,” “partner,” or “significant other”firm commitmentsome discussion of your future togetherOkay, so casual dating = polyamory, right? Actually, no. Many people commit to one partner exclusively (or monogamously) once things get serious. But you can develop serious relationships even if you practice nonmonogamy. Plus, casually dating multiple people isn’t the same thing as polyamory. Polyamorous dating can involve both casual and serious relationships. Many polyamorous people maintain a serious, committed relationship with one person (their primary partner) and see other partners casually. Others might have a few committed partners, many casual attachments, or some other combination of relationships. As with all other relationship styles, the success of polyamory depends on frequent, honest communication and clearly defined boundaries. Casual dating doesn’t have to mean sex Plenty of people believe casual dating is just another way of saying casual sex, but that’s not always the case. Unlike FWB and hookup situations, casual dating generally operates with relationship-like parameters, even if they’re loosely defined. People who are casually dating typically:say “dates,” not “hangouts” or “chilling”text or call each other fairly regularlymake firm plans and communicate when you need to cancelenjoy spending nonsexual time together Sure, you might have sex. For many people, that’s part of the fun of casual dating. But you can certainly date without sex. What matters most is what you want to get out of dating. Not everyone desires a sexual relationship, and that’s absolutely fine. Maybe you’re down for heavy make-out sessions, as long as clothes stay on. You might even feel comfortable spending the night and sleeping together without sex. Talking to your partner(s) about boundaries can help give them a better picture of what you want from your dates and give them the opportunity to decide if your goals align. What’s the point? If casual dating doesn’t necessarily involve sex, you might wonder what purpose it serves. Plus, people primarily motivated to have sex often get those needs met through hookups or FWB relationships, anyway. So, why bother with casual dating at all? It can help you get used to dating Casual dating can serve as a transitional step between hookups and more serious connections. Not everyone feels comfortable dating seriously (or dating at all). You might find relationships particularly difficult if you: fear rejectionstruggle with intimacyhave experienced toxic relationships or relationship pain Dating casually can help you warm up to the idea of connecting intimately with people before you dive into a long-term relationship. Even if you do want a relationship, the very idea might terrify you and keep you from attempting to date at all. It can help you figure out what you want (and don’t want) Casual dating is a great way to narrow down what really matters to you in a relationship. For example, you might learn that what you really want is someone who:has a similar schedulewants to have sex regularlyenjoys waking up earlyisn’t diet-conscious Alternately, you might find that these things aren’t really deal breakers for you.It gives you the chance to enjoy dating without pressure Finally, casual dating creates an opportunity for people who want to stay single to enjoy dates and similar interactions with like-minded people. You can still enjoy activities like dancing, seeing a movie, or going wine tasting without wanting to have sex or embark on a relationship. It’s perfectly possible to enjoy those activities with friends, of course, but dating also allows you to enjoy the thrill of attraction and anticipate the possibility of a kiss or other intimate contact. It’s not for everyone, though Casual dating has its uses, but it doesn’t work for everyone. Maybe you:tend to develop strong romantic feelings once you get involvedwant to date someone who’s willing to consider a future togetherneed a clearly labeled relationshipprefer to form strong emotional connections These things may or may not lend themselves to successful casual dating. At the end of the day, if casual dating feels “bleh” to you, that’s a good enough reason to skip it. Whatever you do, respect is key When spending time with a lot of people, you’ll probably encounter different relationship styles, attitudes, and behaviors. People don’t always treat others with kindness, and they may do some pretty inconsiderate things. Unfortunately, you can’t change other people. However, the following etiquette tips can help you commit to respect and compassion in your own behavior. Honor boundaries Dating boundaries can range from emotional to physical to sexual. When dating multiple people, keep in mind they may not want to talk about their other partners or hear about yours. So, ask before telling a story about your most recent date or sharing how excited you are for the next one. You’ll probably want to have a conversation early on about sexual boundaries, too. If they don’t want to have sex, respect that decision. Not everyone’s needs are compatible, so if that doesn’t work for you, it’s perfectly all right to say so (politely).Don’t ghost Casual doesn’t mean insignificant. Dropping a partner without a word is not only rude and unkind, but it can also cause them a lot of stress and confusion. They might agonize over what they did wrong or wonder if something happened to you. If you don’t want to keep dating someone, tell them so in person. You can keep it brief and honest without going into extreme detail. If you absolutely can’t bring yourself to do this, a phone call or text is better than nothing. Think of it this way: You cared about them enough to go on a few dates, so they deserve to know you’re no longer interested. Practice honesty Honesty is always important. When dating, if you don’t disclose your intentions upfront, either intentionally or because you feel unsure about what you want, things can get awkward and confusing. When you start seeing someone new, mention what you’re looking for. Some people won’t share their own feelings until asked, so ask about their dating goals, too. Make sure to check back in with the other person if these goals change.Keep commitments Casual involvements can sometimes feel like they’re lower in priority. You might make plans with someone but lose interest before the date, especially if someone else asks you out. It’s common to feel tempted by a “better offer,” but consider how you’d feel if the same thing happened to you. If you feel comfortable, be honest with them and ask if they mind rescheduling. Otherwise, stick with the plans you made unless you have a good reason not to. Either way, make sure you don’t leave them hanging. If you’re really just not interested in seeing them again, it’s better to be honest than make plans and cancel them, especially if this becomes a habit. Don’t forget about self-care Boredom, loneliness, anxiety about your future, sexual frustration, stress —dating often seems like a good solution to these problems. It can certainly help if these concerns are minor or temporary. When something more serious underlies your feelings, dating may not do much to address the real problem. You’ll generally need support from a therapist to work through anxiety or depression, for example. Even if you’re having a great time and feeling secure in your dating life, it’s still crucial to make sure you aren’t neglecting your relationship with yourself. Take time for yourself Everyone needs alone time. Going on dates regularly can seem like a lot of fun, at first. They can also burn you out and make you dread your next date. Make sure to set aside time to rest and relax by yourself. If dating limits your time for hobbies or other things you enjoy, consider cutting back on dates for a bit. Don’t neglect other relationships Connecting with new people can help you expand your life and try things you wouldn’t usually do. Don’t forget to continue spending time with your friends and loved ones. These relationships are important, too. Take health precautions It’s always wise to take steps to stay on top of your sexual health, whether you’re dating seriously or casually. If you’re casually dating and having sex, get in the habit of using condoms and other barrier methods. It’s also a good idea to get regularly tested for sexually transmitted infections. If you catch serious feelings Despite your intention of keeping things casual, your feelings might take an unexpected turn. You might feel hesitant to bring it up out of fear that you’ll wreck the good thing you’ve got going. It’s important to tell the truth, though. For all you know, they’ve developed similar feelings. Even if they don’t feel the same way, keeping your interest a secret can eventually hurt you when the relationship never progresses. Worst case scenario, they turn you down or decide to end your current involvement. Accepting this can be touch, but just as you want them to honor your needs and boundaries, you have to grant them the same respect. The bottom line Casual dating may not be for everyone, and it’s not always as simple as it seems. 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As for how the two ladies prepared for the big moment? “We drank,” Campbell told “WWHL” host Andy Cohen back in 2018. “Gone Girl” (2014) Directed by: David Fincher Featured: Rosamund Pike, Neil Patrick Harris Sex act performed: Oral sex, missionary, girl-on-top A true climax in all senses of the word, Pike’s twisted Amy Dunne (spoiler alert!) takes out Harris’ Desi Collings with a swift cut to the throat right as he puts his O-face on display. There could be worse ways to go, right? “Wet Hot American Summer” (2001) Directed by: David Wain Featured: Bradley Cooper, Michael Ian Black Sex act performed: Doggy style Who would’ve thought that Academy Award nominee Bradley Cooper’s first role would have him bottoming for Michael Ian Black in a damp tool shed at summer camp? 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Have aggressive sex with your girlfriend in the middle of a crowded Los Angeles neighborhood, of course! “Black Swan” (2010) Directed by: Darren Aronofsky Featured: Natalie Portman, Mila Kunis Sex act performed: Kissing, cunnilingus Even with it actually being a substance-induced sex fantasy in the mind of Portman’s character, this scene is just one of many that helped the actress earn an Oscar win at the 83rd Academy Awards. “Don Jon” (2013) Directed by: Joseph Gordon-Levitt Featured: Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Scarlett Johansson Sex act performed: Dry humping Johansson might not want to do anything “unless it means something,” but her anything-but-sexual whisperings of night classes and meeting the fam in Gordon-Levitt’s ear while he dry humps her is still enough to make him blow his load right outside her apartment door. “Fifty Shades” Series (2015-2018) Directed by: Sam Taylor-Johnson, James Foley Featured: Jamie Dornan, Dakota Johnson Sex act performed: Spanking, whips, chains, bondage, various BDSM acts What the “Fifty Shades” trilogy lacks in plot and character development, it makes up for in its in-your-face exploration of the BDSM-world. Nipple clamps, anal beads, straps, shibari ropes — you name it, they probably used it in one of the three films. “American Pie” (1999) Directed by: Paul and Chris Weitz Featured: Thomas Ian Nicholas, Tara Reid Sex act performed: Cunnilingus To convince girlfriend Vicky (Reid) that he’s not just using her as a way to lose his virginity before heading off to college, Kevin (Nicholas) uses a page from the sex bible hidden in his school’s library to show her just how much he really cares. Too bad Vicky doesn’t have a lock on her bedroom door, though. “Shame” (2011) Directed by: Steve McQueen Featured: Michael Fassbender Sex act performed: Public sex, oral sex, glory hole After taking a beating on a city street, Fassbender’s sex-crazed character continues his night out, ultimately landing deep inside a gay bar in the area. As the camera pans around, showing various men in various types of intercourse, a backwards hat-wearing man brings Fassbender in for a kiss, swiftly dropping to his knees in one of the film’s many explicit scenes that earned it a NC-17 rating. “Swimfan” (2002) Directed by: John Polson Featured: Jesse Bradford, Erika Christensen Sex act performed: Public sex, sex in water Incessant flirtation by Madison (Christensen) leaves Ben (Bradford) with his guard way down, eventually giving into a spicy romp in the school’s swimming pool. Unfortunately, Ben has a girlfriend, and Madison also happens to be a straight-up obsessive, murdering psychopath. Hope it was worth it, Ben! 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