Name of Kama Sutra Position: The Bee
Getting into the position: The woman draws up her feet and sits on the man who should be on his back. Revolving her hips in a circular motion, she pushes the man's appendage deep within her Òyoni.Ó The man may arch his back to give deeper penetration.
On a scale of 1 to 10 how would you rate position (1 as horrible, 10 as sexual nirvana)?
Did you have difficulty getting into the position?
None at all
Did you feel like a pretzel? Were you able to do the motions once in position?
Any recommendations on getting either in or out of this position?
If youÕre having any difficulties getting into this position, it may be more a discrepancy with the hardware than the position itself.
How long did you last in the position?
Enjoyment once you were in position (for the woman): She had a wonderful time
Enjoyment once you were in position (for the man): One of the best shows on earth, with the best seat in the house.
Was the position comfortable? Were you able to relax?
Man: Yes, and yes.
Would you consider this to be an intimate position (why or why not)?
This position reminds me of an exotic belly dance for a couple, so yes, I would say that it was intimate. I love to dance and I love to watch her dance.
Are you achy or sore after the fact?
What did the position feel like (both mentally and physically) in 50 words or less?
This is the position that the term Òdirty dancingÓ was really coined after. Our male appendages are jostled, rubbed, tickled, bent and swayed to and fro and where they stop, everybody knows!
Did she reach orgasm? Yes.
Did he reach orgasm? Yes.
Did it take longer than usual to reach orgasm?
Would you do this position again (why or why not)?
Heck, I am probably doing it right now as you read this!
Any suggestions to make the position more pleasurable?
I would highly suggest some groovtastic music to sway both of your hips to. Part of the experience of the Bee is the rhythm of the motion. Some people may have plenty of internal rhythm to go on, but a little tune to set the mood and pace can never be wrong!