Top 5 Sex Positions for a Sensitive Clit

Oragami boat folded using pink paper designed to resemble a clitoris

Oh the clitoris. What an incredible body part it is. With it's thousands of nerve endings, it is literally the only part of the human body that is specifically designed for pleasure. Amazing! But, if you have one, sometimes you know that every so often it gets a little too sensitive to touch and that can be a real pain in the crotch! Especially if you're not done having fun yet...

While things like using extra lube to counter friction, or maybe even covering the area up with latex or plastic barrier pants can work, sometimes it's just not viable, so we've come up with a few of our favourite sex positions that can have you enjoying the moment, while your clit can take a little rest and recuperate. 

stairmaster

Stairmaster

This is a position you can do with stairs, chairs, pillows or other levelled surfaces, but, for this particular purpose, stairs work best. Basically it’s a "doggy" type position from behind. 

She is on all fours, her arms on higher steps than her knees, and he enters her from behind. Because of the harder surfaces, and her position, she can hold herself up in a way that keeps her clit relatively out of the way, and her pussy angled at a way that can absolutely complement her G-spot.

mermaid

Mermaid

This one will always depend on the height of the guy and the height of the table, but if you can find the right fit, it's an excellent position for both of you to enjoy. He gets a great view of her whole body laying out for him to enjoy, and she can lie back and enjoy the feelings of penetration while watching him enjoy watching her. With him holding her ankles up, her thighs are slightly closed which makes clitoral access difficult, but also allows for super tight feelings for him.

sideride

Side Ride

Girl on top positions can be a little awkward sometimes (more just that many women aren't used to multiple on top positions) but this one is a really great way for her to have not only most of the control of depth, movement, and rhythm, but also leaves her clit almost completely out of the way unless she decides she wants to touch it.

He lies on his back and she sits sideways on his lap, with both legs over one side. It can take a bit of practice to get the movement just right (her back and forth makes his penis move side to side) but once you work it out it can be absolutely incredible. 

flatiron

Anal

Sometimes the clit is so sensitive that even hitting it from the inside (the G-spot area) can be too much... But have you considered trying anal sex? Yes I know it's not for everyone, but for those who do enjoy a little bit of back-door action, swapping to anal when the vaginal area is feeling over sensitive can be just what the doctor ordered. Or the school teacher. Or whatever roleplay you might wanna add into the mix.

pegging

Pegging

I mean hey. If your bits are a bit too sensitive, but you really don't want to stop playing, why not swap it around and change it up a bit and get him down on all fours for a little bit of sexy penetrative action? It's a well known fact that a man's G-spot is up near the prostate, and I truly believe we are doing our male partners a real disservice by not exploring and appreciating all the pleasure our bodies are capable of... So break those toxic masculinity bonds, and go get yourself a strap on today. You'll both thank me.

1 comment

  • badthoughts63

    badthoughts63

    More than a month ago

    Oh god I love being pegged, as long as the woman gets off on it.

    Reply
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