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Deep penetration She lies down on her stomach but this time her legs are spread open and her knees are bent her feet should be in the air Using your hands for support straddle her slowly at first but make sure your legs are together This allows for deep penetration and whether you thrust slowly or quickly I can virtually guarantee that both you and she will achieve monumental orgasms To add variation to this position simply angle her thighs in different ways The chair bend over Finally props Bend your woman over on a chair and have her lean on it with her elbows facing the spine of the chair Enter her from behind and with your left hand lift her left leg and place it on your hip Again if you like deep penetration then this position will take you far To avoid injury or pain place pillows under your and her knees This will allow both of you to concentrate on the pleasure and not your cracking bones orgasm Start slow Kiss your way down her body and tease her thighs and buttocks for a while before you make contact with any part of her genitalia This will turn her on before you start the real action Get close so that she thinks youre going to zero in on her at any second but dont give in immediately Warm her up Before you remove her underwear breathe hot air through it against her genital area Breathe softly but warmly for short bursts at a time You can alternate between doing this and kissing her thighs and stomach Dont dive in When you begin to kiss and lick her vulva work your way in slowly from the outside Start by licking the outer edges of the outer lips then very slowly spread them and lick and kiss the inner lips and around the vagina Do this gently as though you were still teasing
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