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4 Modified Sex Positions That Are Great For Plus Size Lovers

News flash! Plus size women have sex! Who knew?! In a world where plus size women are struggling to be represented on any level, it seems almost ludicrous that they be represented as actual sexual creatures. If you’re confident, adventurous and willing to try anything (within reason), then there is nothing to stop couples of any size having incredible sex.

We pulled together suggestions from sex experts on how to modify traditional sex positions to suit fuller-figured fornication.

1. Modified missionary

Missionary is often thought of as the most basic – and sometimes boring – position, but Annabelle Knight, sex expert with Lovehoney, says that it’s great for larger women.

“It sounds obvious but for a lot of bigger girls it can be a bit tricky. If this is the case then you can easily adapt the position to suit you, just pop a pillow or two under your bum.

“This will provide plenty of support and raise your pelvis increasing the chances of you getting some seriously good G-Spot action! Then simply raise your knees up to your chest, with your feet either side of your partner.

“For some added wow factor plant them on his chest, he’ll love the feeling of you trying to resist.”

2. Modified doggie style aka The sofa seduction

Dr. Megan Stubbs is a sexologist (yes, that’s a real thing), and she recommends giving the bedroom a break from time to time.

“If you have a couch with a long armrest, bend your partner over it and spread their legs,” says Stubbs. “In this position, much of your partner’s body weight is being held up the couch and you have direct access to her.”

This position, despite its awful name, is great for those women who are a bit belly conscious, too, according to Annabelle.

“Your body will be elongated, making you feel really sexy and he will adore seeing you stretched out before him.”

3. Modified girl on top aka The reverse cowgirl cushion

Being on top can often leave bigger women feeling quite uncomfortable and self-conscious, but can be modified with a few simple alterations.

“The reverse cowgirl also works great for couples whose male partner has a large belly,” says Chrystal Bougon, founder of Curvy Girl Inc. “If she looks at his toes, she can lean forward and then his belly does not get in the way. Plus, it’s easier for her to move up and down, and back and forth in that position.”

Tip: Tilt your body backwards to show off your body and make your boobs look amazing. Grab onto his ankles if you need a little extra support.

4. Modified side position aka The standing pretzel

This one sounds a bit more complicated than it really is but will take a bit more effort on the man’s part. Starting off on your side, keeping one leg in line with your body, raise the other one into the air or onto your partner’s shoulders. He then can straddle your bottom leg and then take control!

Tip: Use some pillows for extra comfort and support

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Is The Plus Size Movement Really Progress?

I believe in the plus sized movement, we need more shapes and sizes represented, but sometimes I feel the current state it’s in isn’t always so great for women. I have no issue with the heart of the plus sized movement, I’m not one of those jerks who thinks it promotes an unhealthy lifestyle. Beautiful, confident, and healthy plus sized models aren’t what is fueling our country’s obesity problem: that’s due to our corrupt food system.

The plus sized movement needs to exist in order to fight societies everlasting pressure to fit into a Kendall-Jenner-supermodel shaped box. It warms my heart to think that finally more women and little girls are seeing some part of themselves reflected in the media. My issue is with the fact that it is still boiling down women, thinking and feeling beings, into just bodies.

Everyone deserves to feel sexually desired or beautiful regardless of their size. But when I look at the most notable plus sized models Ashley Graham, Tess Holiday, or Robyn Lawley the truth is that these women are still gorgeous. Perfect pointed noses, sexy curves, sultry eyes you could lose yourself in, and high cheek bones. I think these women are fighting the good fight and I recognize that I’ve had it easier than them as a thin woman. But the truth is that I feel the plus sized movement is playing into the larger evils of the modeling world and our society in general.

Our media has this habit of only paying attention to the most beautiful women. Yes, you can find beauty in anyone, but who says a woman has to be beautiful anyways? The truth is that not everyone is a super model, and there’s nothing wrong with that. We are still pretending that a beautiful woman getting paid to walk down a runway is our society advancing.

While I mostly focused on the plus sized movement for the sake of this article, I want everyone to know that this mostly applies to the rest of the modeling world, that’s where the worser evil lies. The Victoria’s secret fashion show is the bane of my existence. It is marketed and danced around celebrities claiming it’s a night of celebrating women. No, it’s a night of celebrating an extremely particular body shape, and thats just it, a body shape and not a entire gender.

While I mostly focused on the plus sized movement for the sake of this article, I want everyone to know that this mostly applies to the rest of the modeling world, that’s where the worser evil lies. The Victoria’s secret fashion show is the bane of my existence. It is marketed and danced around celebrities claiming it’s a night of celebrating women. No, it’s a night of celebrating an extremely particular body shape, and thats just it, a body shape and not a entire gender.

We are not celebrating female’s minds, agency, and personality. We are celebrating breasts, we are celebrating rear ends. What about celebrating the brave women succeeding the male dominated world of STEM? What about the brave women Alicia Garza, Opal Tometi, and Patrisse Cullors, who started the Black Lives Matter Movement? Or movie producer Nina Jacobson kicking ass in the behind the scenes hollywood boys club? Nope. Instead most of us chose to think that our continual obsession with beautiful women and neglectful attitudes of normal looking women will dissipate when we pay attention to more beautiful women and their bodies.

So yes, the Plus sized movement and praising diverse body types is good, but it’s only deeply beneficial if it happens along side another movement to actually pay attention to women for their achievements, minds, and strength…and not their tits.

– Cameron Schaeffer (huffingtonpost.com)

“To the woman who hasn’t looked at her naked self in the mirror in over a year, the woman with the eating disorder because society has told her she wasnt beautiful enough, the woman who just had that beautiful baand counts her stretch marks, to the woman who has avoided wearing sleevless shirts and shorts in the summer, and to you- especially, who was told that you were unworthy of love. You are beyond words. I have been thinking alot about you lately and the untapped potential within you. In the u.s. 67% of women wear a size 14 or higher (some studies say 16 or higher) and yet only 8% of these curvy beauties are represented in mainstream media.

We have failed to represent the majority and that has resulted in women, amazingly gorgeous women, looking at themselves so harshly, believing that they are flawed- thinking that they are whats wrong with society when in reality, We are lovely, stunning and spectacular, just the way we are. I am rallying for the minimizing of female gender stereotypes while supporting and uplifting women in the community and across America. I hope as you follow my project over the next 6 weeks you are encouraged the stories of different women who have their own testimonies to share from different perspectives and backgrounds and above all,i hope that you feel represented.” Leni kei Williams P.s. If you believe in this project and want to encourage others to do the same, please share. #BreakingBeautyStandards

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