How to do it:
- He lies on top of you, resting his full weight rather than propping himself up, and lining up his pelvis over yours. He’s inside but riding “high” so that his shaft is outside your vagina and pressing against your mons.
- Wrap your ankles around his calves to “lock” him in place, then both of you grind in tight feel-good circles.
- Use your pelvis to move, not your arms or legs. Push up and forward to force his pelvis backward; he stays pressed close to you and penetrates, then forces your pelvis backward and downward, causing his penis to rock forward and push on your mons.
- Keep your clitoris pressed tight against the base of his penis. Don’t speed up to orgasm but maintain a steady, even pace.
Why you’ll love it:
US psychotherapist Edward Eichel invented it because he decided, rather sensibly, that clitoral stimulation, which the in-out motion of thrusting is pathetically hopeless at achieving, is necessary for women to orgasm. Of the 43 men and women on whom Eichel tested CAT, 77 percent of the women orgasmed during intercourse after mastering the technique, compared to 23 percent at the start. There is also more of a chance of simultaneous orgasm with this position than with any other.