5 Best Sex Positions for Her Orgasm According to a Sex Therapist

For a majority of women, a mind-blowing orgasm during sex can feel like the stuff of fairy tales. In fact, it’s become so uncommon for women to climax that researchers say it’s created an “orgasm gap.”

For example, in one 2018 study published in The Journal of Sexual Medicine, researchers found that of nearly 1,700 newlywed heterosexual couples, 43 percent (yes, almost half!) of husbands misperceived how often their wives experienced orgasm.

One possible reason? Good sex goes way beyond vaginal intercourse. To achieve an unbelievable O, most women need clitoral stimulation, research shows. Your clitoris contains thousands of nerve endings, making it a key player in your climax.

Still, research also shows that it’s not just about the clitoris. In one 2016 study, 64 percent of women reported that they usually achieved orgasm through clitoral and vaginal stimulation combined.

So how exactly do you get the best of both words? Vaginal intercourse and clitoral stimulation? Here, an expert shares the best sex positions that will help both you and your partner orgasm at the same time.

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