Sunday, June 10, 2012

Kama Sutra (Standing Positions)

Standing Kamasutra Positions have become some of our favorites. I don't know why but the orgasms seem to be more intense when you are standing. Some of the positions actually leave us a light light headed after an orgasm!


Wall Lean Position

One of the most satisfying Standing Kamasutra Positions is the Kamasutra Position Wall Lean. Simply put she leans against the wall or car or table etc. Bending her hips to adjust her height to accommodate him.The deeper she can bend the better he can penetrate her. One word of warning for the guys here, don’t get over excited and mistakenly slam her head into the wall!


Rear Entry With Chair Position
Once again, using a chair or low table or bed this a great Standing Kamasutra Position. This one makes rear entry easier for both of you and just as pleasurable as any of the other rear entry positions we know of. One suggestion though, don’t use a swiveling chair!


Kneeling On Chair Position
Another Standing Kamasutra Position that makes use of some furniture. Grab a sturdy chair and try out this kneeling with chair position. For those women that are substantially shorter than their lover this Kamasutra Position can level the playing field! Making for some great evenings of sex.As with all these Standing Kamasutra Positions try varying the angle of her back to find what feels best for both of you.


Wheelbarrow Position
Getting into this Standing Kamasutra Position isn’t easy but it’s fun trying. We usually start with her half kneeling on the edge of the bed and then I can grab her legs and pick her up. It isn’t easy, I’ll grant you that but it is possible and does feel good once you’ve got it going.


Wheelbarrow Handstand Position
Not for the faint hearted. This has to be one of the most acrobatic Standing Kamasutra Position we have ever come across. We call this the wheelbarrow handstand. The toughest part of this Kamasutra Position is actually getting into it and don’t expect it to last too long. Worth doing it just to be able to say you’ve done it!