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POSITIONS IN SEXUAL INTERCOURSE
No one position of partners during sexual intercourse is more "normal" or more "acceptable" than another. There are many positions, variations of them, and variations upon the variations. Furthermore, there are valid reasons for knowing about and experimenting with different coital attitudes. Sexual instinct is a drive requiring direction, both for its pleasurable and its procreative aspects. This section is presented simply as an aid in the adaptation and fulfillment of this particular one of life's processes.
The discussion will not focus on the number of coital positions that it is possible for partners to assume; rather will it aim at a broader understanding of the reasons for, and benefits accruing from, experimentation. The four most common and basic positions in sexual intercourse (and the advantages and disadvantages of each) will be described, but variations of the four will not be. With a little imagination, a sensible attitude toward sex, and an uninhibited approach regarding experimentation, the individual should be able to work out his own adaptations—and that is the way it should be.
In any consideration of sexual behavior, no aspect presents more ramifications and difficulties than that of coital positions. Rare is the person who has observed another's sexual behavior; hence one's empirical knowledge is likely to be extremely limited. A certain amount of sound scientific information on sexual techniques exists, however, and has been available in literature for centuries. Moreover, people are increasingly willing (1) to respect and examine mores different from those with which they were reared; and (2) to recognize that sexual education is often regrettably inaccurate, and that a process of reeducation may be needed.
Two persons are involved in the sexual act, and the needs of both must always be considered. The immediate situational success and the future harmonious adjustment of the partners concerned are often directly correlated to their skill in using pleasurable amatory techniques.
Most of the "shoulds" and "should-nots" of sexual behavior are contingent on—and only on—the mutual pleasure, comfort, and satisfaction of the two people involved. Each must be just as aware of the needs of his spouse as he is of his own before coition can be truly successful. Therefore, experimentation and variation in coital positions assume major importance in the effort to achieve an optimal fulfillment of the rights and desires of each partner.
Unlike lower animals, human beings have to be taught, in one way or another, how to conduct the act of sexual intercourse; extensive research into sexual behavior has disproved the popular notion that the art of love comes naturally. Even the elementary facts of coitus have to be learned.
Aside from the intellectual benefits of such knowledge, distinct emotional gains accrue from varied sexual experimentation. One's self-concept is often enhanced by a certain amount of successful coital testing. Feelings of self-confidence and security must exist before one is free to give and take—without fear or guilt—in any human association, including coitus. Only with an understanding and appreciation, which must be learned, of the mechanics of sexual intercourse can a high level of mutual harmony be attained; the higher the level of comprehension of human sexuality, the more meaningful the relationship, and the greater the pleasure. Experience and confidence, combined with thoughtfulness, can make sex far more pleasurable than it would be without these factors. Stephen Vizinczey, in his book In Praise of Older Women**1, makes a strong point for confidence in the following statement. "Trying to make love with someone who is as unskilled as you are seems to me about as sensible as learning to drive with a person who doesn't know the first thing about cars either. . . . Whenever I see a man reaching out for a woman with painful uncertainty—as if he had something to apologize for, as if he expected her to suffer his desire instead of sharing it—I wonder. . . ."
There are more reasons for sexual experimentation than the ones of an intellectual or emotional nature just mentioned; there are practical—situational and occasional—reasons as well. Variety in coital positions makes sexual activity more interesting and can prevent its becoming humdrum. Of equal importance, however, is the fact that some positions are more pleasurable to one partner than to the other, and the preferences of each must be served. Also, the desirability of certain positions may alter from time to time, depending upon such conditions as health, weight, and pregnancy. It is further recognized that some coital attitudes are more conducive to conception than others. Positions also vary according to whether coition is spontaneous or anticipated, takes place in a cramped or adequate space, or occurs in absolute privacy or with some danger of discovery. The experience and genital size of each spouse are also important determinants in choosing a position.
The "traditional" European and American sexual position of man atop woman is, of course, by far the most common one in our culture. The second most common position—man supine, woman atop—is used occasionally by 35% of the college-educated males, 28% of high-school-educated males, and 17% of grade-school-educated males; slightly over one-third (35%) of women born before 1900, and over half (52%) the women born after 1900 have frequently used the woman-atop position. The side position, face-to-face, has been used by 26%, 23%, and 16% of the men, depending upon whether they belong to high, middle, or low educational groups, respectively; about one-third (31%) of all women have experienced coition in this position. The rear-entry position has been tried by 11% of the college and high-school male groups, and by 8% of the grade-school-educated men; about 15% of females have had the experience of rear-entry coition.
There are about as many reasons for varying coital activity as there are forms of it. Most couples do their sexual experimentation during the earlier years of their marriage, and then settle down to the use of the one or two positions that best suit them. If one partner has particular difficulty in becoming aroused or in reaching orgasm, it is usually helpful if the couple assume one of their preferred positions after having first experimented with other ones. Often the positions fixed upon by a couple can be more easily assumed by their first taking a quite different one and then shifting or rolling into the desired one. For example, intromission can first be made in a face-to-face position, and after penetration has taken place, the couple can then shift to a side-by-side position before orgasm is reached.
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