Top 5 Sex Positions When You Are Overweight

Top 5 Sex Positions When You Are Overweight

No matter if the media might have you thinking otherwise, it’s possible for individuals of all shapes and sizes to have a healthy, happy, and exciting sex life.

It’s all about working with what you have and learning what is most pleasurable to you. Many people might feel uncomfortable with their bodies and then give up on having fun all together. If you or your partner are overweight and not sure how to make the best of your sex life, consider the following positions:

Missionary with a twist is one of the easiest adjustments you can make. Simply place a pillow underneath the buttocks of the woman to create a better angle for penetration. The number of pillows that you will need depends on the size of the woman, so experiment to find the best angle.


Woman on top. This is ideal because of the amount of clitoris stimulation this position gives the woman. The great thing about this position is that you can pace yourself while still being stimulated.

Doggy Style. If your stomach is your problem area and it feels like it’s ‘getting in the way’ you can have your partner enter you from behind in doggy style. If you need additional support you could also rest your body on a memory foam pillow.

Spooning. For bigger couples spooning is a great alternative to other complicated sex positions. The man can enter the woman from behind while she is laying with her back towards him. The man can then alternate angles and also have easy access to touching the rest of your body.

The Butterfly. This position is ideal if the man is the right height to be able to enter the woman while he is standing on the floor. The woman is supported on her back by laying on the bed and should ideally keep her legs up straight for less pressure on her back and tummy.

Get creative - and open up the conversations with your partner about which positions are the best to keep in your sex repertoire.  


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