Some things in life are better on repeat: Friendsperfectly sunny beach days, your trusty manicure. Your sexcapades, though? Definitely not one of them. Even the hottest spark in the bedroom needs new sex positions to stoke the flames from time to time—otherwise things get boring, fast. In short, your brain craves newness, and especially for women, your brain is very involved in your excitement and satisfaction. Exploration between the sheets amps up emotional intimacy and encourages partners to take risks and grow together. New sex positions will encourage you both to be more vulnerable with one another in—and outside of —the bedroom. In some cases, switching up positions might even be a must.
Two people against a wall, being allude to. One person looks bored; the erstwhile, engaged. And I am — above all. First, in my experience, this is very much a gendered phenomenon all the rage a heterocentric culture: It has its roots in toxic masculinity and expectations about how men and women associate to each other. Just stick along with me!