Putting on the Sock

“Putting on the sock” does not refer to a condom or penis extension as many would have thought. Instead, it refers to an age old technique of foreplay. The technique begins with the woman on her back and man kneeling before her with his penis placed at the entrance of her vagina. Instead of inserting his penis however, the man caresses the entrance of her, back and forth, in a circular motion... and don't forget to involve the clitoris. The continuous stroking leaves her incredibly wet, and on the verge of a quivering orgasm. Just be careful to gauge her orgasmic pleasures, or she may be through before the man even gets invited inside for dessert!

On a scale of 1 to 10 how would you rate position (1 as horrible, 10 as sexual nirvana)? 

This technique is a must in foreplay and therefore deserves a solid 9.99... nothing is perfect.

Did you have difficulty getting into the position? 


Did you feel like a pretzel? Were you able to do the motions once in position?


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

This is the position that is a potent aphrodisiac for the woman, anytime a man is just not sure if she is in the mood. This move is a great way to wake up your lover in the morning and get her oven warmed up for some real fun.

How long did you last in the position?

Five minutes, and then it was off to a few other positions. Unfortunately, she did orgasm, which put a bit of a damper on the rest of the play, but I'll get to that a bit later.

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

Incredibly enjoyable. She prefers to maneuver the penis herself and get it right where she likes it. Much the same as a dildo, except us guys get to be a little more involved than the traditional battery versions.

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

The most exciting part about this position is its ability to get a woman incredibly wet and ready for sex almost every time it is performed.

Short Answers:

Was the position comfortable? Were you able to relax?

Man:  Absolutely

Woman:  Very

Would you consider this to be an intimate position (Why or why not)?

Yes, and one of the most intimate ways to use your tool as a guy, is to put it in your womans own hands and watch what she does with it. You can find out a lot about what pleasures your partner by watching her maneuver your manhood around the delicate surface of her “yoni”.

Are you achy or sore after the fact?

Man:  No

Woman:  No

What did the position feel like (both mentally and physically) in 50 words or less? 

This technique seems to warm the woman up at a very rapid rate, while keeping the guy with a nice sustainable erection. For any guy who is having difficulties lasting long enough for his partner to orgasm, this can often put time on his side. While this technique is arousing for the guy, it is usually not enough for orgasm, so he will be able to penetrate when he senses her nearing orgasm and hopefully ride it out to the quintessential end of a simultaneous orgasm.

Did she reach orgasm?


Did he reach orgasm?


Did it take longer than usual to reach orgasm?

No, she gets there quick, which means if I want to be a part of it, I need to be on my toes.

Would you do this position again (why or why not)?

Yes, this position has become a staple for me. It almost guarantees me sex, even during times when I may not have been initially welcome. It is a very light and teasing way to get a woman in the mood. The best way to find your way into a woman's vagina, is to wait until she can't stand “not having it” in her, rather than just shoving it in.

Any suggestions to make the position more pleasurable?

This is the place where I warn some guys not to bring their girl to an orgasm unless she is very multi-orgasmic. This technique can give her such an intense orgasm, that it finishes her off and leaves her only luke warm at best for the remainder of the love session. This is one way to turn your woman into a “two-minute wonder”, but it will suck, so don't go all the way unless your ready to put a close to the night!

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