While everyone loves marathon sex session, sometime you only have time to sneak in a sprint. But that doesn’t mean either of you have to sacrifice pleasure.
Quickie sex is like Chinese food, says sex therapist Ian Kerner, author of She Comes First: The Tining Man’s Guide Pleasuring a Woman. As long as you pick dishes you know you like that consisstently come out good, you won’t be disappointed.
The following four sex positions fit the bill perfectlly: They’re reliable, efficient, and convenient. Try them next time you only have three and a half minutes to spare.
The position provides a ton of friction and deeper penetration for you, says Kerner, while providing her with direct G-spot stimulation. (It’s also easy for her to use a vibrator on herself in this position.)
How to do it: With her on all fours, kneel behind her with your upper body straight up or leaning slightly forward.
Stand and Deliver
Quickie benefits: Bending over tightens her vaginal walls for extra friction. You also have easy access to her clitoris for additional stimulation. Plus, you can both keep some of your clothes on if you’re really in a rush.
How to do it: With both of you standing, she bends over at the waist; enter her from behind.
Quickie benefits: There’s no hard and fast rule that a quickie has to end in orgasm, but if she wants to get off, Kerner says girl-on-top is one of the most efficient ways for women to get there.
And since you get a great view from down below, you’ll be on the express-track, too.
How to do it: She kneels on top of you and slides up and down. Bonus: You can use your fingers or a vibrator here to give her extra clitoral stimulation.
Quickie benefits: After a long day, sometimes lazy sex is all both of you really crave. This position requires next-to-zero physical effort and yet it’s still hot, thanks to maximum skin-to-skin contact.
How to do it: Both of you lie on your sides, facing the same direction. She brings her knees up slightly while you enter her from behind.
The article The Best Sex Positions For Quickies was originally published by our partners at Women’s Health.