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Overpass Position

Definition - What does Overpass Position mean?

The overpass sex position belongs to the exotic family of sex positions for the great physical strength and endurance it takes to achieve. In this position, the male partner stands upright over his partner, who is performing a shoulder stand between his legs. From this position, the man enters his partner's vagina or anus. Intercourse is achieved as the man thrusts in small, squatting motions.

The overpass sex position is sometimes called the torture twister. It is a variation on the pile driver position.

Kinkly explains Overpass Position

To get into the overpass sex position, the female partner lies on her back and elevates her feet over her head. Her toes should touch the floor behind her head, her thighs will sit against her torso, and knees should be near her ears. The man then straddles her, standing with one food by her head and the other near her back or side. Once in position, he thrusts up and down, as if performing squats, pushing his penis into her vagina or anus. As the man squats, the woman should stay steady in position.

The overpass sex positions allows for deep penetration, so it's ideal for stimulating the G-spot. However, it can be uncomfortable for women as the thrusting often puts pressure on the neck and shoulders. It also requires great flexibility to perform. This sex position can be physically demanding for the man too.

It's suggested that both partners practice their positions before engaging in the sexual act. Deep stretching before and after performing the overpass sex position can also minimize the risk of discomfort and injuries. Men should also note that this position bends their penis in an unnatural way, so they should proceed with caution and listen to their bodies to avoid accidents.

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