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The 11 Best Sexual Positions for Satisfying Sex

There are hundreds of hot sex positions for couples that bring partners’ bodies together for mutual pleasure. Knowing a variety of sex positions can help you be a better and more inventive lover for your partner.

What Are the Best Ways to Have Mutually Satisfying Sex? That answer is different for every couple. “I would define the best position as the position that works best for the individual or individuals involved,” says Tameca Harris-Jackson, PhD, LCSW, a certified sex educator, a sex therapist, and the founder of Hope and Serenity Health Services, a counseling center in Altamonte Springs, Florida.

There are nonphysical factors to consider, too. Take intimacy, for example. For many people, especially women, intimacy can lead to better sexual experiences because partners are comfortable and trusting enough to ask for what they desire and to try new things.

Many couples are figuring out exactly those benefits, according to research funded by the Kinsey Institute at the University of Indiana.

1. The Missionary Position or Face-to-Face Potential Benefits or Caveats Intimate but not necessarily mutually satisfying.

Details It’s a simple sex position: The receiving partner lies on their back with their legs spread and knees bent slightly. The penetrating partner lies between their partner’s legs and guides their penis or sex toy into their lover’s vagina or anus, supporting their body weight with their arms or elbows.

The problem with the missionary position is that it’s not as good at delivering pleasure to women. The pelvis of the partner on top can sometimes stimulate the clitoris in this position, and it offers great intimacy through face-to-face contact. But the angle of the penis does not allow for deep penetration or stimulation of the G-spot (felt through a location on the front wall of the vagina and believed by some experts to be a stimulus for orgasm in women). Some women also complain that this sex position doesn’t provide enough clitoral stimulation to experience climax.

In a study published in August 2020 in Sexual Medicine, researchers in the Czech Republic surveyed 1,100 heterosexual people about 13 sex positions and revealed that most people still choose the missionary position even though it does not correlate with orgasm for women.

Try Female-Friendly Intercourse Positions If the most common sex position is not offering women consistent orgasms, then one important thing to do to is “close the orgasm gap,” says Lehmiller, and try a new sex position. In other words, don’t limit yourself to the missionary position.

2. Cowgirl Potential Sensual Benefits or Caveats Deep penetration and sensations vary; clitoral stimulation.

Details In this position, the penetrating partner lies on their back while the partner being penetrated faces them and kneels, straddling their pelvis. They can then sit up or lie down on their hottie.

“This is a great position for a woman to control the depth of penetration,” Harris-Jackson says. “It’s also a good position to get multiple forms of stimulation. With the woman’s body upright, the nipples can be engaged, which can lead to extra arousal. It is good for having access to the clitoris for stimulation.”

3. Reverse Cowgirl or Reverse Rider on Top Potential Sensual Benefits and Caveats Buttocks play, visual stimulations, opportunities for variations; may cause pain.

Details The penetrating partner lies on their back while the receiving partner sits astride them, facing their partner’s feet, and slips the penis or sex toy into their vagina or anus. The receiving partner can control the rhythm and pace of the thrusts. This position can be especially exciting for the penetrating partner, who gets to observe the back and buttocks of their lover. Squeezing or grabbing the buttocks can enhance the experience for both. This position can be tricky to master since it requires the receiving partner to lean back or sit up very straight to accommodate the angle of the penis. “If you’re leaning forward, it can be painful and uncomfortable for the man because it could almost feel like his penis is breaking,” says Harris-Jackson, who recommends having the penetrating partner bend their knees while the receiving partner holds their hands against their lover’s thighs or waist.

4. Doggy Style or Rear Entry Potential Sensual Benefits and Caveats Deep penetration and G-spot stimulation but the position can feel impersonal.

Details In this position, the receiving partner kneels on all fours, supporting themself with their hands and knees. The penetrating partner crouches and enters from behind. This is the best sex position for deep penetration of the vagina. It gives the penetrating partner freedom to thrust hard and fast, and allows easy access to caress much of the receiving partner’s body. The position also allows for good G-spot stimulation.

Switch It Up Some people complain that this sex position is too impersonal because there’s no face-to-face contact. “If you want closer eye contact with this position,” says Bradbury, move your knees closer to your chest and arch your back so your partner can lean into you near your face and you can make eye contact. Bradbury says you can also try this position in front of a mirror so you can see one another’s faces.

5. The Corkscrew Potential Sensual Benefits or Caveats Intense, deep penetration.

Details Leaning forward, the receiving partner lies on the edge of the bed, resting on their hip and forearm while their partner enters them from behind. The receiving partner can keep their thighs together for a tighter hold on the penis or penetrating toy. But if the receiving partner has a clitoris and opens their legs, it is exposed for stroking while the penetrating partner thrusts from behind. “You’re getting that deeper penetration like doggy style, but this may be an easier and more comfortable position,” says Bradbury.

6. Side by Side or Sideways Potential Sensual Benefits or Caveats Deep eye contact and intimacy.

Details Both partners lie on their sides, facing each other. The receiving partner lifts their top leg so the penetrating partner can enter them. This position is great for morning sex when you might be a little sleepy, says Bradbury.

It offers intimacy because you are close to your partner’s face. The partners can kiss and caress each other during lovemaking. The sex position is relaxing, doesn’t require a lot of stamina from either person, and offers an opportunity for good clitoral stimulation.

7. Flat Iron or Lazy Dog Potential Sensual Benefits and Caveats Tightness on penetration, intense stimulation.

Details The receiving partner lies on their stomach with their legs straight and hips slightly raised. (You can place a pillow under your hips.) The penetrating partner enters from behind. When lying face down, the receiving partner’s legs will be closer together, which creates a snugger fit for their partner’s penis or sex toy. This can lead to a new, more intense sensation. “This is a really good way to increase the experience of tightness for the penetrating partner,” Harris-Jackson says. “It’s also good for clitoral stimulation because the partner can reach around with their hand or a sex toy to provide dual stimulation. And it’s a good position for G-spot stimulation because you’re angling the body so that the penis is in perfect alignment to stroke against the G-spot.”

8. Face-Off Potential Sensual Benefits and Caveats With intense eye contact and clitoral stimulation, this can be an enhanced missionary position.

Details In this position, the penetrating partner sits on the edge of a bed or in a comfortable seated position while the receiving partner climbs on their lap face-to-face. The receiving partner wraps their legs around their partner’s waist and can control the pace of thrusting. This position also allows for direct clitoral stimulation and eye contact, which can increase intimacy.

Switch It Up The lotus position is very similar to face-off, only the partner with the penis or sex toy sits crossed-legged on the bed or chair.

9. Pretzel Dip Potential Sensual Benefits and Caveats Deep penetration with potential for G-spot stimulation.

Details The receiving partner lies on their right side as the penetrating partner straddles their lover’s right leg. The penetrating partner then pulls their partner’s left leg up and around their left side and enters the vagina or anus. This position allows deep penetration while also allowing the intimacy of maintaining eye contact.

10. Coital Alignment Technique (CAT) Potential Sensual Benefits and Caveats Clitoral stimulation.

Details If you want to rock rather than thrust, roll with CAT. This position is similar to missionary; the main difference is that the penetrating partner pushes the base of their penis or sex toy so that it lines up with the clitoris and the two make contact. Once they do, the couple rock back and forth and maintain constant contact. “It’s a little bit of a different way of having sex,” says Lehmiller. “You rock back and forth rather than thrusting. Doing so prolongs the length of intercourse for the man and increases the odds of a woman having an orgasm because she’s having that constant stimulation.”

11. Sixty-Nine (or 69)

Potential Sensual Benefits and Caveats Mutual oral stimulation.

Details This position involves both partners performing and receiving oral sex at the same time. Typically, one partner lies on their back while the other climbs on top of them and turns around, straddling them with their genitals above their partner’s face. The person on top then leans forward and begins performing oral sex on their partner while simultaneously receiving. This position can require some coordination and balance, particularly for the partner on top. One way to make 69 a bit more comfortable for both parties is to lie on their sides during the act.

Keep Switching It Up: Sexual Variety Is Exciting In our day-to-day lives, we tend to be very goal-oriented, says Harris-Jackson. “We wake up in the morning and it’s go, go, go to get out the door. We go, go, go to eat our food, to go to work. It creates a lot of stress and tension in our bodies and in our minds. Many patients that I see feel that sex becomes one more thing that they have to go, go, go and do. But sexual partners should be really with one another and feel pleasure together. Switching up positions can be very helpful to rekindle that connection. So it can be helpful and fun to try something new.”


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