Positions

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The positions shown are just a few suggestions. With a little experimentation and open discussion, you and your partner will be able to find positions that are comfortable and enjoyable for both of you.

A position that is good for men with back problems

A position that is good for men with knee problems

A position that is good for people who have problems with kneeling

A position that is good for people with hip problems

A position that is good for women with flexed hips or knees

A position that is good for women with hip, back or knee problems

A position that is good for women with hip or knee problems

A position that is good for women with hip problems

A position that is good for women with hip problems

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