Sex — 02 December 2011
69 : Oral Foreplay Sex Positions

Sixty-nine or 69, also known by its French name soixante-neuf (69), is a group of sex positions in which two people align themselves so that each person’s mouth is near the others genitals, simultaneously performing oral sex. The participants are thus mutually inverted like the numerals 6 and 9 in the number 69, hence the name. This position can involve any combination of sexes.

The old saying goes, its better to give then it is to receive… but when it comes to sex, we find it best to give and receive at the same time! The 69 family of sex positions consists of those alignments where two sexual partners perform oral sex on each other simultaneously.

 The Traditional 69 Position

Traditional 69 PositionGive-as-you-get oral pleasure! It can almost be just too much to take … if so, be careful not to bite down TOO hard! :P

The Traditional 69 Sex Position is considered one of the best oral intercourse positions as it allows both partners to stimulate each other at the same time. Since the smaller partner may not enjoy having a substantially larger partner on top, in the standard form of 69 the male is below. The inverse is true of the inverted 69 position…

The Inverted 69 Position

Inverted 69 PositionMore give-as-you-get pleasure, just flipped over so he’s on top. Not much movement for her, so watch the periscope depth sailor!

Inverted 69, the inverted cousin of the traditional 69 position, is a great way to change the angles on the original. The top partner needs to make sure to position their genitals at the right height, as the bottom partner’s mobility tends to be a little restricted.

 The Sideways 69 Position

Sideways 69 PositionTotal comfort and dual oral – who could reasonably ask for more? Lick, suck, rest… lick, suck, rest… you get the idea!

Sideways 69 puts a twist on the traditional 69 position, by having both partners lay sideways. A nice variation for when neither party feels like having the other laying on top of them, many people find that it is a lot easier on their necks… and if you keep rolling, you’ll find yourselves on the opposite side of things; in the Inverted 69 position.

The Golden Gate 69 Position

Golden Gate 69 PositionIf you can bridge the gap, there will be pleasures waiting for the two of you on either end; truly a thrill-seekers 69!

There isn’t anything quite like this exhilarating version of 69; its degree of difficulty is very close to 10! The bent over partner reaches far back to orally pleasure while the laying back partner helps brace by holding on to the others hips or thighs. Those best suited for this move are fit, flexible and adventuresome!

On their own, or assisted by the other partner, get into Bridge pose, then reach back one arm and then the other to place the hands in the ready position. Once the laying partner slides underneath, the other can kneel and bend their head back to receive his member. Guys, hold your penis out for comfortable swallowing, and when you’re ready for the next move, for heaven’s sake, help them out of this one carefully!

 The Face Off 69 Position

Face Off 69 PositionHow’s that for a way to settle your differences? Except in this battle, both of you end up winning!

This is a great way to transition into Ben Dover – the standing partner won’t even have to move a muscle!

Starting upright in a semi-squat position, the standing partner bends at the waist, and touches down to the ground with their hands, carefully bending the head back between their legs to orally receive their lover’s penis. Don’t forget to bend your knees; this will alleviate strain at the joints. The receiving partner is seated on the ground with their legs fully extended in front of them.

If flexibility is an issue, or the pose proves to be too intense for the standing partner, they can position themselves in a similar manner to Doggy Style – Standing, utilizing a chair for support. If this is the case, Face Off loses the 69 aspect, so the standing partner may want to pay the giver back with some personal attention in return.

The YMCA 69 Position

YMCA 69 positionSomething for both of you to enjoy. It’ll be so fun to stay at the Y that the M-C-A will just have to wait…

Yogis, gymnasts, or those looking for a rush will delight in the challenges of this invigorating position. Based on a classic yoga move called the Headstand, or Shirshasana, this pose has as many health benefits as it does pleasurable ones; as you invert the body, you breathe deeper, improve circulation, and relieve stress on the lower back.

The inverting partner will kneel and place the top of their head on a small floor cushion between the seated partner’s thighs. Next, straighten the knees, raise the hips, and keep the abs flexed. The seated partner can now assist the other in entering the final pose and arrange themselves accordingly.

When first entering this position, mild breathing difficulties may be experienced as the blood from the body rushes to the head; this should quickly pass, but if you’re feeling uncomfortable, come out of the position and rest in a prone position to normalize circulation before standing up again.

The Sitting 69 Position

Sitting 69 PositionFeel like adding a little lift to your lay (day)? For those who like a challenge but aren’t quite up to the Standing or Kneeling oral sex versions.

The Sitting 69 position requires the lifting partner to have considerable upper body strength. To get into this position the lifting partner needs a fair amount of strength and a little bit of patience… The lifter should start by sitting down in a fairly high chair and help their partner manoeuvre into position, with the lifted partner placing their head between the lifter’s legs while wrapping their own legs loosely around the lifter’s neck and shoulders, and the arms tightly around the lifter’s back.

The lifting partner wraps their own arms tightly around the back of their partner (keeping their own back as straight as possible), while paying very close attention to their partner’s head and neck so as not to knock or strain them.

The Kneeling 69 Position

Kneeling 69 PositionFeel like adding a considerable lift to your lay (day)? Try this one – but for the sturdier of back and strong of arm only…

More strength is required than for the Sitting 69, but it is considerably easier than Standing 69. The lifting partner will require considerable upper body strength. The position is lower to the floor than Standing 69 and is therefore safer and requires less overall strength on the part of the lifter.

To get into this position the lifting partner needs a fair amount of strength and a little bit of patience… The lifter should kneel down and help their partner man-oeuvre into position (perhaps off the edge of a couch or bed), with the lifted partner placing their head between the lifter’s legs while wrapping their own legs loosely around the lifter’s neck and shoulders, and the arms tightly around the lifter’s back.

The lifting partner wraps their own arms tightly around the back of their partner (keeping their own back as straight as possible), while paying very close attention to their partner’s head and neck so as not to knock or strain them.

The Standing 69 Position

Standing 69 PositionFeeling like adding a really BIG lift to your lay (day)? For the sturdiest of backs and strongest of arm only… steady there Big Boy!

Don’t even think about trying the Standing 69 position unless the lifting partner can squat the same weight as that of the other partner.

To get into this position the lifting partner needs a lot of strength and a little bit of patience… The lifter should start from the Sitting 69 position, sitting down in a fairly high chair and help their partner man-oeuvre into position, with the lifted partner placing their head between the lifter’s legs while wrapping their own legs loosely around the lifter’s neck and shoulders, and the arms tightly around the lifter’s back.

The lifting partner wraps their own arms tightly around the back of their partner and stands up carefully (keeping their own back as straight as possible), while paying very close attention to their partner’s head and neck so as not to knock or strain them.

 

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