SEX – If you and your other half have been ordered to self-isolate amid the coronavirus outbreak, here are some ways to spice up the quarantine together.
As couples stay indoors as a precaution, it could be the perfect opportunity to ramp up the heat in the bedroom.
A recent poll revealed 27 per cent of Brits would like to use their time in quarantine to ‘have more sex’.
And now you have the perfect chance.
Want to reach fever pitch between the sheets during sex? We’ve got you covered.
From the Covid69 to the VaVaVaccine, here’s how you can make the most of self-isolating with your partner….
You may not be able to take full control of pubs and theatres around you, but you can in the bedroom.
If you want to give the Corona-Cowgirl sex position a go, start by getting your partner to lie on their back.
You then kneel down with your back to them, as if you were praying, then tuck your shins under his legs and bow your head.
The best part of the X-rated move is that it is said to provide deep penetration but doesn’t require too many bedroom acrobatics.
Most people know about this sex position “the 69”, but have you heard about the new sensual style in town?
The Covid-69 is a new variant on the pleasurable classic, as it focuses on giving one person the time of their life.
It works by one partner lying on top of the other’s chest, positioning themselves so their genitals are resting near the partner underneath’s mouth.
The “giver” is able to have full access to everything they wish to explore, while the “receiver” lies back and enjoys the sensations.
This fast-paced position is just what you need before reaching for your work laptop in the mornings
What’s the best thing about not having to commute to work? More time in bed in the mornings of course!
Before you head to your work computer, you might want a speedy quickie to start the day right.
Who said quarantine has to be boring?
The Sanitiser Pump
If you’re feeling flexible, give The Sanitiser Pump a go – it will be worth it
If you wanted to push the boat out and try something adventurous, the Sanister Pump could work for you.
This position is a bit tricky to nail but it promises great rewards once you have.
To perfect the position, lie on your back with your legs raised and bent over, so your ankles are pulled back towards your head.
Then, the man squats so he can slowly penetrate – and the trusting motion is said to be similar to making butter in an old fashioned butter churner.
Your neck may get a cramp in this kinky position, but the move is said to be worth it for the great sensations, and the rush of blood to your head can increase the feeling of ecstasy.
It’s time to take control in the bedroom and put yourself in the driving seat.
This sex position has many names, cowgirl, girl on top, riding – but it basically gives you all the power and leaves you feeling 10/10.
To master the move, have your man lie down and straddle him.
As you’re on top, you’re able to control the penetration, speed and thrusting to your liking.
To shake things up you could always try the ‘reverse cowgirl’ instead, which still keeps you in charge and on top.
The Deep Clean
The Deep Clean hits all the spots that are usually hard to reach
This mind-blowing take on missionary involves lifting your legs as high as you can.
Using you for support, your partner then leans on your thighs while you rock back and forth together.
And for extra friction (and to better your chances of an elusive G-spot orgasm)
The sexperts also recommend squeezing your pelvic floor muscles for as long as you can to achieve a mind-blowing orgasm.
The Masked Zinger
Avoid the spread of germs by having the least contact possible
Just because you want to avoid germs doesn’t mean you can’t have some steamy action too; and we aren’t talking about a fever.
Doggy may be a tried and tested classic but it’s perfect for avoiding mouth-to-mouth contact if you wish.
Add a mask and you’ve got the Masked Zinger at your disposal.
This pose allows for deep penetration, providing intense pleasure for the bloke; while stimulating your g-spot.
Source: The Sun.co.uk