The Parrot

There are many uses for a good solid chair and sex is probably the most fun that you will ever have with one. The trick to chair sex is to look beyond the standard “sit on me” and “bend over” positions.

The parrot begins with the woman doing what we have all been told not to countless of times by our parents. Sitting on top of the back of the chair with her feet on the seat.

With the man standing behind her holding her waist for support, she is then instructed to slide down the back of the chair until only the back of her knees are hooked around the top and her bum is hanging freely.

The man can now proceed with penetration, which may require him to lean the chair back slightly. This is a balancing act of sorts, but if you get it set just right it actually requires little strength.

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

9.5... yup, the most fun you'll have with a chair!

Did you have difficulty getting into the position?  No. As long as you are using a good solid wooden chair, there should be no problem.

Did you feel like a pretzel? Were you able to do the motions once in position?  No, and the motions all came quite simply

Any recommendations on getting either in or out of this position:  Well, obviously as soon as she slides down the back she is going to begin to fall back, so this will be a test of the trust in your relationship. Missing her would sure be funny, but the next couple of weeks masturbating alone wouldn't be!

How long did you last in the position?  15 minutes.

Enjoyment once you were in position (for the woman):  Yes, this position was a definite turn on for her and the different angle got me into some hard to reach spots that she seemed to really enjoy.

Enjoyment once you were in position (for the man):  The view is beautiful and the action can be as wild or tame as you like it. This position is all the man. She can't rock back and forth and mess up your rhythm as they sometimes do with the regular dog. She is on a rack with nowhere to go but wherever you want her to. It doesn't get much better than this!

Short Answers

Was the position comfortable? Were you able to relax?

Man:  This position is incredibly comfortable. If you get a good balance on the chair, it actually takes very little effort to keep this one going.

Woman:  At first it is fairly comfortable, but it won't last forever. Eventually the chair will start to dig in the back of her knees and put her feet to sleep.

Would you consider this to be an intimate position (Why or why not)?  This position lends itself to the man becoming a pleasure hog for his own gratification, but if your partner gets off on that kind of thing, it will be a big turn on for her too. There isn't much partnership or communication going on here, so the guy may have to do a little cuddle time in exchange...

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 position is very raw and crude. It separates the touchy-feely stuff and gets straight down to the sex. Having her balanced on a chair makes it easy to pull her onto you, which also makes for some intense pounding sessions. This is a real treat for the guy who likes a$$.

Did she reach orgasm?  …Yes, two.

Did he reach orgasm?  ...Yes

Did it take longer than usual to reach orgasm?  No

Would you do this position again (why or why not)?  Yes, we would most certainly do this position again. While it is certainly not something you would do too often, it breaks up the usual standard positions and gives you options in several other areas of the house you may not have thought of before.

Any suggestions to make the position more pleasurable:  Make sure the chair is sturdy. We found this out the hard way!

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