make-out spots

page updated: 31-Mar-2004

beds, bedrooms, guest rooms

Beds are among the comfier places to get it on, being soft, supportive and appropriately sized. I don't have a real preference between high beds or floor-level beds, but I do find myself more tactilely pleased by beds that are clean, soft, sturdy and quiet. Bouncy beds can be fun.

I have had sex in my own bedrooms and in the bedrooms of lovers, and on occasion in guest bedrooms where I was staying as part of a couple, but never in another person's bed (parents', friend's, stranger's). Something in me would consider that to be quite rude, I think because I wouldn't like to think of other people having sex in my bed. My bed is for me to have sex in.

I was reluctant to have sex in the guest room at my parents' house for a little while, mainly because they kept boy and I in separate rooms when we stayed there (resulting in lots of fooling around and covert oral sex), but once they let us sleep together I figured it wasn't rude to have sex there.

couches, chairs

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I like making it on couches, because they are semi-public and thus exciting, and also because I like the feeling of being nestled into a space. Couches have arms and backs that result in bodies being cradled on more than one side. This can create awkwardness and require weird leg placement, but generally I like it quite well.

Armchairs are more awkward than couches, I find, simply because they are smaller and necessitate more extravagant contortions to fit 2 bodies together properly within their laps. I have had most success having sex on chairs using some variation of either a girl on top position (usually either me straddling boy's lap and facing him, or me sitting on his lap and facing away) or one where my boy is standing or kneeling on the floor in front of me while I sit on the chair.

Sitting facing my boy while on an armless chair can be very pleasurable for me, because of the way his belly will be pressed against me when we are both sitting upright. Much clitoral stimulation, which usually makes me come quite quickly.

counters, tables

When engaging in intimate relations in a kitchen or bathroom, I will frequently end up sitting on a counter with my legs around my boy. Also sometimes he will end up reclining on a counter or table with his legs wrapped around my waist. I find this far more comfortable than lying or kneeling on a cold, hard floor (see below).

However, the height and depth of the counter can greatly affect whether having sex this way is awkward or easy. A surface that is too high forces my boy to stand on his tip toes, and often encourages me to sort of slip off the counter in an effort to get closer to him. It is good exercise for both of us, but can also give us cramps or wear us out before we are really done. Often it leads us to move to somewhere more comfortable.

General observation has led me to believe that counters (kitchen or bathroom) and work tables are often higher than ideal, while kitchen tables are about right. I think the magic measurement is to have the surface height be an inch or two below the standing partner's bum.

Depth of the counter or table top simply affects my balance as I attempt to find a comfortable and easily accessible position. Being unable to lean back makes it hard to balance.

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