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3 Ways to Spice up the Missionary Position

Though a sex survey done by Savvy Miss revealed that 25% of women orgasm in woman-on-top compared to 12% in missionary position, missionary position was still chosen as the favorite of the readers surveyed. Since missionary position is a female favorite because it’s so emotionally satisfying, why not try these three ways to make it more physically satisfying as well?

Our sex survey produced a lot of fascinating results, but one in particular stuck with us: the fact that 37% of women chose the missionary position as their favorite, yet only 12% say it brings them to orgasm. Hmmm…

So why do we love missionary? It’s probably not because we’re lazy. For many, it’s associated with “making love” and we’ll sacrifice an orgasm to feel connected with our partners. That’s nice and all, but who says we can’t have both: the intimacy and the amazing orgasms? Below are three ways to step up the sensations during missionary, without sacrificing the connectivity. Read more

One Response to 3 Ways to Spice up the Missionary Position

  • conceptualclarity says:

    “sex survey done by Savvy Miss revealed that 25% of women orgasm in woman-on-top compared to 12% in missionary position” No, check and you will see the survey said those were the numbers for the women who found those acts to be the sexual acts most reliable as a means of orgasm. Given that 80% of the women in the survey said they orgasmed during intercourse, the proportions who were able to orgasm from woman-on-top and missionary were obviously far higher than 25% and 12%. A majority, usually a large majority, of women orgasming during intercourse at least some of the time is the result in all the many sex surveys I have seen other than the notoriously unscientific Hite Report.The leading UK sex researchers have seen the same thing. I quote from the 2009 study “Emotional Intelligence and Its Association with Orgasmic Frequency in Women” by Andrea V. Burri, MSc, Lynn M. Cherkas, PhD, and Tim D. Spector, MD : “the rate of women reporting infrequent to complete absence of orgasm [during intercourse, in context] (approximately 30%) corresponds to the prevalence of orgasmic disorder found in current literature.”

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