What is the Turtle sex position?
Turtle is a sex from behind, kneeling, must-try position with powerful g-spot stimulation.
Scroll down for details about getting into this pose and tips that enhance g-spot stimulation using deep, satisfying thrusts and add clitoral stimulation.
How to Have Sex in the Turtle Position
- The wife kneels and leans forward so that her butt is in the air and her chest is on the bed.
- Her arms can be out over her head or behind her holding her legs.
- The husband kneels behind her and places his hands on her butt.
The husband enters his wife, and they have sex from behind. He holds on to her butt while making love to her to add support.
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Enhance Pleasure of the Turtle Sex Position
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Arch your back a little, point your butt out, and tilt your pelvis so that your vulva is closer to your husband. This will allow for deeper penetration and better g-spot stimulation. Push back as your husband thrusts to provoke deeper penetration and more powerful thrusts. Recommended Reading: How to Increase G-Spot Stimulation During Sex
Place a love strap around your wife’s pelvis and use it to pull her towards you as you’re thrusting into her and generate mighty thrusts.
Position yourselves so that mighty can look forward in a mirror and watch each other make love. This visual is very stimulating for both men and women!
Use a free hand and use your fingers with a drop of scream cream or your favorite vibrator to stimulate your clitoris while making love to your husband for lots of additional stimulation.
Note: This pose is also known as the Leapfrog, Downward Dog, or Downward Doggy Sex Position.
Would love to try this position
What we have found is that when we are at the head of the bed she can put her hands against the headboard or wall, depending where we are, to “brace” the movement of her body moving forward. Out slow and in fast after a good warm up can be explosive.