Kama Sutra: the bull

Any recommendations on getting either in or out of this position?


If you need them, you probably shouldn’t be having sex — period!


How long did you last in the position?


15 minutes.


Enjoyment once you were in position (for the woman):


Yes, although she prefers facing the front.


Enjoyment once you were in position (for the man):


I thought it was great!



Was the position comfortable? Were you able to relax?


Man: Yes


Woman: Very


Would you consider this to be an intimate position?


Well, no. While I would love to say that I had a rather intimate moment with her rear-end, it was more of an infatuation. I am a sucker for a pretty face so this lost a few points on the intimacy scale for me.


Are you achy or sore after the fact?


Man: No


Woman: No


What did the position feel like?


It was a lot like lying in bed and watching a really good porn flick. So good I felt like I was actually there! Well, wait … yeah, I guess I was. With this in mind, I would say that I felt somewhat separated from the experience. Perhaps if a couple was in each others' doghouse it might make for a soothing nightcap before going to bed angry!


Did she reach orgasm? Yes.


Did he reach orgasm? Yes.


Did it take longer than usual to reach orgasm? No, not at all.


Would you do this position again? Absolutely.


Any suggestions to make the position more pleasurable?


I would just like to say that for the man who feels uncomfortable staring at his partner’s “ecstasy 2000,” or if his partner is uncomfortable with this, it is a great opportunity for him to introduce himself without the middleman getting in the way. Not to mention, you get a free anatomy lesson with every purchase — no assembly required (for most models)!

Getting into position: The man lies flat on his back with his legs stretched out. The woman sits on him facing away and grasping his feet. Basically, this is a reverse cowgirl with grip handles.

On a scale of 1 to 10 how would you rate position? 7

Did you have difficulty getting into the position? None

Did you feel like a pretzel? No and the motions were simple.

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