This may sound kind of stupid (especially when you consider that I have had penis-vagina intercourse once before for quite awhile), but I have got a question for the heterosexual ladies out there.
When a guy is absolutely just thrusting away (when he is on top), what all is there for the woman to do? I mean, I was rubbing my guys back, but I couldn't think of anything else.
Are you supposed to meet them half-way or let the men do all the work? After awhile I started to do that so I could be penetrated farther, but that was about the extent of it.
I'm confused - I hope someone will help
------------------ Always remember: curiosity killed the cat:)
There is no right or wrong thing to do during intercourse. And there are no general rules/laws/general expectations either. If you want to just lie there, lie there. If you want to move more, move more. If you want to caress you partner do that. If you want to caress yourself, do that. Just do what feels right for you. - Like enjoy what's happening maybe?
Just a little note: please be aware that we do not discuss technique, and with a topic like this, I can see some replies getting there. Thanks in advance for staying within the guidelines, everyone.
------------------ Caro ~spanking new Scarleteen Sexpert~
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[This message has been edited by Alaska (edited 07-29-2001).]
Inasmuch as I can explain this here, understand that only is some sexual postions for penis-in-vagina intercourse is the man mainly doing the "thrusting."
Depending on how you are positioned, and how active *either* of you wants to be, in just about any position, it is entirely possible for both partners to be moving together, and possible for *either* partner to be doing more 'work" than the other.
I think, Diva, that you'll find this sort of question answers itself when, during your life if you choose to, you have more partners and/or sexual experiences.
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