Sex Position: Call The Fire Department


Firefighters remain at the frontlines of battling blazes most people would be too afraid to go near. While people are running out of burning buildings, they’re the guys running into them. Guys, you’ll be running into her building--intentionally starting a fire. So get your fire hoses ready because this is going to be one fire you don’t want to extinguish anytime soon. If you got firefighter gear—suspenders, helmets or shirts—bring them into the bedroom to add to her satisfaction level.
 
For this position, men will need to be both strong and be well-balanced to perform the moves to extinguish the flames. Ladies, meanwhile, will need to lie down and use their elbows for support. Once in position, men will lean forward and place themselves at a 45-degree angle. From here, men will place their gas masks on and penetrate to extinguish the burning blaze.
 
Why She’ll Love It:
The forward position of your partner will apply ample pressure to the hood of your clitoris.

Meanwhile, the positioning of your legs will keep the stimulation nice and tight, helping you orgasm again and again. With your body ablaze, your firefighter will come to the rescue to extinguish any fires found.
 
Why He’ll Love It:
You’re with a new partner. You want to make a lasting impression. You’ve tried doggie. You did the missionary pose. And now you roll out the new moves, ones she’s likely never heard, seen or experienced before.

So if you’re about to get lucky and need a move she’ll remember forever, Call The Fire Department will give her tight penetration mixed with multiple orgasms.
 
About This Position
Sex Position Number: 194
Difficulty: Guru
Pleasure for Him: High
Pleasure for Her: High
Not Suitable For: Penis Shrinkage
Other Positions You May Like: One Style Fits All
Ideal Penis Size:  7 inches +
Stamina Required: Low
Flexibility Required: Low


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