Want to mix things up in the bedroom with some Kamasutra sex positions? From the ‘wheelbarrow’ to the ‘curled angel’, here’s your ultimate guide to the best Kamasutra positions for women, with how-to tips from sex blogger Girl On The Net. You’ll definitely thank us later.

The world’s oldest and most famous sex manual, the Kamasutra, may have been written in India around 400BC but there’s a reason it literally translates to  ‘a treatise on pleasure’.

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With over 100 different sexual positions including graphic instructions on how to do them, it’s the most comprehensive sex guide in the history of mankind – and who doesn’t want to have mindblowingly good sex? But with a central focus on female pleasure, tips for women on maintaining relationships with several lovers, and exhaustive techniques for men on how to keep a woman satisfied in case she runs off with someone else, we reckon it might just be the world’s first Feminist Sex Bible.

We asked sexpert Girl On The Net to talk us through the top 7 Kamasutra sex positions and why they work so well for women. Whether you’re in a committed relationship or looking for no strings sex, these will bring you to the brink.

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Essentially an easier and more enjoyable version of the wheelbarrow, you lie tummy down on the bed with your top half rested on the bed and legs off the bed and straight out behind you. He is between your legs, supporting your lower half by your thighs. It takes practice but is worth every minute.

Of all the Kamasutra sex positions, the wheelbarrow is arguably the most exhausting. This alternative is all the fun without the pain.  Plus when you’re tensing your leg muscles (which this active position requires) it tightens up your vagina, which gives the sensation of squeezing him tight from within. When you orgasm in this position, your muscles contract even tighter which gives you an even more intense sensation.

 

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