For those nights when you're in an I-have-to-have-you-now kind of mood. Having sex generally means rolling between the sheets totally naked, enjoying the skin-on-skin intimacy that makes you feels so connected and excited. But getting it on with your clothes on can be thrilling too. The only body parts exposed are your most pleasure-receptive erogenous zones, so they become the main focus of attention. Clothed sex also feels very primal. Here's How to Have Each. Clothes can often work as a prop that changes the way sex feels, and if you keep them on during a hookup, buttoning them back up is one less thing you have to do after the action is over and you want to part ways. Plus, if being naked makes you feel vulnerable, having clothes on can provide a boost of confidence.
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Yes, sex feels better when you're in the nude. Actually, so does almost everything. But the heat of the moment is its own reward, too.
No fun. So the next time you want to get it on, but know you should keep your clothes on, here are seven sex positions you can totally pull off and still thoroughly enjoy. How to do it: The Coital Alignment position is a variation of missionary. You lie on your back with your legs up and knees pulled in as your partner grinds as they penetrate. Why you can keep your clothes on: In this position, all a male partner has to do is take his penis out, so everything else can stay on. How to do it: All you have to do is get on your hands and knees while your partner penetrates you from the back. Or they could just kneel on your pants, I suppose. But you can also add a toy or your hand to stimulate your clit in this position as well. How to do it: First of all, X Marks the Spot requires a bed or a table on which the woman can lay. Why you can keep your clothes on: As is bound to be the case for all of these positions, the male partner just needs to unzip and pull out his penis.