Despite all the hype about a man's penis size being the key to good sex, it doesn't actually make that much difference when it comes to bringing you to orgasm.
According to the experts, the outer third of the vagina is the most sensitive, which means short shallow thrusts are more likely to induce orgasm that deep thrusts that reach towards the back of the vagina (and the super sensitive cervix).
Don't believe us? Then take into account that the G-Spot is located between one and three inches up the front wall of the vagina in the average woman.
Combine this with the Kama Sutra pressing position (which shortens the vaginal canal even further) and you've got perfect orgasm-inducing sex!
To try it in your bedroom, ask your man to do lots of shallow 'dips' with only occasional deep thrusts.
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