Tag Archives: Rear Entry

Doggy Style – Standing

Doggy Style – Standing This one will knock you off your feet if you don’t hold on tight. All that thrusting gives a great quad workout. Phew! —

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Ben Dover

  …and Phil McCavity… groan!! Sex and stretching… a great warm-up if you want to try our Sexercise section!

Bent Spoon

  Even if you find the position tough – keep trying… abs of steel for those who persevere!

Bodyguard

  The only extra protection you might need is a condom… with the Bodyguard to cover your back you are safe to relax! 

Bulldog

  A tip from the canine world… use those haunches for flexible positioning and maximum leverage!

Doggy Style

  Everybody loves their Doggy – woof woof. (“Off the furniture, boy”!). You would have to be barking mad not to try this one… 

Frog Leap

  Even if your frog is no prince – he can still service your lily pad from behind, before you over cook those legs.

Jockey

  The Jockey is going nowhere fast … he’s here for the whole ride. Giddy up, go easy on the crop!

Lap Dance

  All the excitement of the Club – but without others watching you. So many places you can try this without even leaving home.

Pearly Gates

  If you are looking for the gates to heaven, you may have found them! Just make sure St. Peter isn’t watching, unless of course you want him to…

Prison Guard

  Who would want to ‘break-out’ of this one? Guys – show some restraint here or you may end up in solitary!

Pump

  The pump can be a great way to inflate your partner, but make sure you have good balance to avoid injuries!

Rear Entry

  No – not where the domestic help enters… unless you give ‘payment-in-kind’. Surprisingly intimate to say it could be anyone back there!

Spoon

  No – not the kind you eat your cereal with… This position is cozy and comfortable, and it makes a great way to start or finish a day!

Teaspoons

  A ‘compact’ form of spoons, teaspoons is an idyllic way to pass the time … as the Brits would say, “Anyone for Tea?”

Turtle

  This should bring even the most shy out of their shell! Slow and steady… sometimes it’s the turtle who catches the hare!