This isn't directly an answer to your question, but when I started having sex I found that I couldn't feel where my penis was in her vagina because we were using condoms. One sex has double the amount SEX is a preoccupation for most Britons, but what is the average number of sexual partners in the UK? Obviously if you are in the rear entry position, then you make your pelvic thrusts in a different way - you move your pelvis back and forth from the hips. A question from a reader of the site, and answers from other readers: If we go on long enough, she will even have a vaginal orgasm - a G spot orgasm - which lasts much longer and makes her more excited than a clitoral orgasm. And that's every time you make love! Should I be thrusting, which is how I thought it would be, or should I be doing what I was doing, which was sliding my whole body up and down hers, so as to move my cock in and out of her vagina? Now he can return to resting and let his body calm down, which apparently happens faster for men than women. Now that we're in a stable relationship and I'm simply entering her without a condom, I find I can judge the position of my penis in her vagina much better. The man is saved the effort of thrusting, which can be tiring, and can make him come quickly. I love holding my partner down and being able to look into her eyes as I push my penis into her - gently or more forcefully, depending on how we feel, whether we're making love or enjoying more powerful sex. This is why the more sex you have with your partner, the stronger your desire will be to have sex with them again. You might find that your penis feels a bit sore, but this is just normal after all that contracting. One study found that people with high levels of testosterone release less of this after sex, and men generally have high levels — some women do too, of course. Other reports say some women become giddy after sex, and others feel great confidence, seeing their bodies as much more attractive than before. We also do some role play, safe enough within the bedroom, about her fantasy of being taken against her will.