Who has tried positions from the Kama Sutra? Did you enjoy it? Why did you do it? Was it just a bit of fun or a serious attempt to spice up your sex life. Did you enjoy the positions in it? Do you use it regularly? I heard that most of the positions in it were for the very athletic only, and that you were more likely to slip a disk doing them than to enjoy them.
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Geneva, if you want to learn about the Kama Sutra this is an excellent book on the subject:

http://www.tabutoys.com/Catalog/ProductDetails.asp?productid=3858

(Great pictures too!)
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From my limited understanding the Kama Sutra is much more spiritual than people think and not just related to sex positions. (Though there are hundreds of positions in the Anya Ranga to choose from ranging from easy to acrobatic.) It is still, technically, a religous text on the art of love. I have to admit, I've read a little about it but haven't really had the time to try it with my hubbie. We have a toddler!
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A great variety of positions come to us from the well-known Kama Sutra, and an even greater number of subtle variations exist for each of the position categories. Each can be played with, added to and explored by any size couple.

The modified Yab-Yum has the man sitting on a fairly firm surface with his legs out and slightly apart. His partner sits on him with a firm pillow under her rear to support her. As a variation, she can lean back slightly against a wall or headboard, which would increase the friction on her G-spot.

The woman-superior positions are also great for G-spot stimulation. If she stays upright and doesn't lean toward her partner too much, your tummies won't get in the way. I might suggest, if it doesn't seem to odd, hanging a bar or rod from the ceiling for the woman to hold on to during lovemaking to lift herself up. This creates easier thrusting and it's fun and a little titillating to consider! You can take it down when not in use.

I don't have a name for the last "scissors" position but I think I'll call it the "Twinning Branches." Open up both of your hands, make the "scissors" shape with your first and second fingers on each hand and put them together to "cut" each other. This resulting shape is the position that the two of you should assume. It's comfortable and good for relaxing and resting in while loving.
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