Sexual Positions & Orgasm the Kama Sutra take

The Kama Sutra as mentioned before advocates a series of postures best suited to the body structure and size of the sex organs of the partners involved. Here’s looking at some of them.

a) Samarati or Equally Matched

When both the partners are of the same body structure, they can stretch their bodies and indulge in any kind of position for maximum sexual gratification without any problems or inconvenience.

b) Badava Asan or Cow Posture

This posture is recommended for females who are of normal body structure. However, if such a female has to facilitate the penetration of a male with a huge penis, she has to spread her thighs to the maximum to make this possible. When it comes to accommodating a male with a small sized penis, she has to contract her body to match that of her partner. In either case, it is the lubrication and wetness that is of utmost importance and that is achieved only through proper foreplay.

c) Bhugnak position

In this, the female while lying flat, raises her thighs while keeping her legs folded at the knees, which she rests on the torso of her partner, who penetrates her in a half sitting posture.

d) Jrimbhitak

Here, the female after raising her legs rests them against the shoulders of her partner. The male while adopting a sitting position such that his knees come up to his partner’s shoulders enters her. This position causes a contraction of the sex organ of the female, making it easier for males with a small sized penis to enter.

e) Utpiritaka

This is a position that can be performed only if both partners are physically fit and should not be attempted by people with heart problems. Here, the female rests her folded legs on her partner’s chest, while he puts his legs on her shoulders and then enters her. It causes a significant quickening of heart beats and must be attempted only by fit couples.

Orgasm related facts

Having set the stage for hectic sexual activity, couples must know how to express the joy of having reached an orgasm. Remember, the sole objective of indulging in sex is to provide enjoyment and satisfaction to your partner and the activity itself needs to culminate in an orgasm, signifying the achievement of the objective.

This can be expressed by partners by hitting each other on the sides of the body or by biting each other. Females normally indicate that they are in the throes of an orgasm by scratching, biting or hitting their partner with their fists and palms.

At this point, partners may produce various moans and sounds including verbiage like, ‘it is killing me, stop it, leave me etc’ and these messages are actually meant to convey the opposite meaning. When things do settle down, there is silence as the partners experience deep bliss and a sense of satisfaction.

Many couples resort to change of roles after a torrid session and this time, it is the female who mounts the male and plays the dominant role. Kama Sutra recommends that the female must straight away take the initiative and actually behave like a male when adopting this posture for maximum sexual enjoyment to both the partners.