The Willow - Part 2

Read part 1 here

This position begins with the man seated on the edge of the bed or a chair and the woman saddled over top his lap. Gently lean her back until she has both hands on the floor and is balanced. The man then pulls her torso towards him, while she walks back using her hands.

At this point the woman can either wrap her legs around his waist or neck to give herself added support. Next, the man enters her yoni (vagina).

While seated the woman can raise herself using her hands and push herself upon him. As she tires and eventually drops down to the floor, the man can raise up from the bed and proceed to penetrate her while she is in a virtual handstand.

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

I give it an 8...

Did you have difficulty getting into the position? You will need to be a fair amount of strength and balance by both parties to safely get into position... and then even more to successfully do the motions. The woman will feel it most in her shoulders and arms, while the man in his back, arms, and legs.

Did you feel like a pretzel? Were you able to do the motions once in position? No sense of a pretzel. The motions are very difficult to perform.

Any recommendations on getting either in or out of this position: For an impressive and smooth transition into a new position or as a finishing gesture, have the woman wrap her legs around your waist, while pulling her up into the “Cradle” position (we will get to this next week) or a “Cowgirl”.

How long did you last in the position? About 5 minutes on her lead and 10 on mine... making it a total of around 15 minutes.

Enjoyment once you were in position (for the woman): She enjoyed it... but not near as much as the Willow (Part I).

Enjoyment once you were in position (for the man): I loved it... the orgasm was very intense!

Short Answers:

Was the position comfortable? Were you able to relax?

Man: Prepare yourself for a great deal of strain and discomfort. When the woman is in the lead however, the man should use the opportunity to build up his stamina for another round of “deep 'see' drilling”.

Woman: She will not be 'comfortable' per say in either of these positions... but the comfort level can be improved with the careful manipulation of her G-spot (which should be accessible in this position) and her clitoris.

Would you consider this to be an intimate position (Why or why not)? This position is for “sex”, not “making love”. It is hard to tell a woman you love her while she is upside down in a handstand moaning and groaning.

Are you achy or sore after the fact?

Man: Yes, you might feel this one in your back a bit the next day.

Woman: No

What did the position feel like (both mentally and physically) in 50 words or less? This position is very selfish and male dominant. The man will feel like a true he-man drilling his woman in this fashion and most women will admire the strength and stamina it takes to accomplish this position, whether they like the position or not...

Did she reach orgasm? No, she was all spent from Willow (Part I).

Did he reach orgasm? I busted a nice nut on this position.

Did it take longer than usual to reach orgasm? No, the excitement and interest kept the action and escalation right on track.

Would you do this position again (why or why not)? Yes, this is almost a novelty item to pull out 'every now and then' too surprise your lover with something different. You will not be able to keep it up on too much of a regular basis... trust me

Any suggestions to make the position more pleasurable: This is a morning or afternoon position, when you are rested up and at your best! A midnight nightcap, or drunk one-night-stand this position will never be...


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