Here’s Why Every Couple Needs To Try The Mermaid Sex Position
Everything mermaid-related went through quite a resurgence in popularity recently – and why wouldn’t it, mermaids are awesome. From ethereal-looking toast toppings and smoothie bowls to mermaid hair and nails, these mythical creatures wriggled their way into every aspect of our lives – including the bedroom in the form of a sex position.
So, how does it work? First of all, lie down on your back on a high bed (if your bed isn’t high enough, use the kitchen table – just add a pillow under your bum for extra comfort). Next, lift your legs into the air, pressing them firmly together. Your guy can then penetrate you, holding onto your legs for extra stability, if he needs it.
The benefits of this move are that because your legs are straight up in the air, your vagina forms a tight ring, providing a snug fit for his penis and lots of O-mazing friction for both of you. Because your hands are unoccupied, feel free to stimulate your clitoris or breasts and drive him wild as he watches you feel yourself up. To change up the sensation and vary the tightness, alternate between opening and closing your legs. Want to change it up? Check out these sexy variations…
Take the Mermaid to the next level by choosing a lower bed or table. Before your partner penetrates you, get him to help you lift your hips up. You can then rest your legs on his shoulders during the deed.
For this one, keep your knees bent into your chest so that your guy can grab your ankles. It’s perfect for deep penetration and G-spot stimulation.
The Mermaid 2.0
This one is definitely for advanced users… He lies on his back and you then back onto him, slipping gently down onto his penis. Next, carefully lower yourself backwards until your back is resting on his chest and stomach. Lift your legs into the air and support them with your hands. He can then use his hands to caress your breasts, clitoris or butt.
These positions call for a flexible bod, so why not get in some yoga? Plus, a study in The Journal of Sexual Medicine found that women who practise yoga regularly report a boost in their desire, arousal, orgasm and overall satisfaction.