The Synchronous Friction position makes it easy for both partners to pleasure one another with in comfortable, sustainable position. Both partners will also be able to see between their partner's thighs to make aiming and control of toys easier. This is especially helpful if you're new to one another and don't not know your partner's pleasure spots by feel.
While the Synchronous Friction sex position allows both partners full access to each other's genitals, the access may not be at the ideal angle. The downward angle may work well for vaginal penetration; however, for penis owners with tight tendons, this position may make it difficult -- or impossible -- for their partner to stroke their penis. Consider adding stimulating penis vibrators like the Satisfyer Men Wand, Hot Octopuss Jett or Wild Flower Enby 2 to hold against the penis and reduce the need to bend the penis downwards in order to stroke it.
Sex toys can be a great addition to this sex position for almost anyone. Both partners will have their hands free, which allows either partner to hold a sex toy against themselves or their partner, opening up all new types of stimulation. If a penis vibrator or clitoral vibrator is doing all of the stimulation, it can be easier for the partner providing the stimulation to lay back and focus on enjoying their own stimulation at the same time. As it leaves the butt easily available for either partner to explore, Synchronous Friction is also a fantastic position for anal toys like the b-Vibe Snug Plug, Nexus Simul8, Thump-It! Plug, Blush Be Me 3 Anal Beads, Rocks-Off Cocktail or the We-Vibe Vector+.
Synchronous Friction can be a fantastic sex position on days where you're seeking a comfortable option. Both partners are laying flat with no need to move once you're properly positioned, and the physical effort required for this position is minimal. It's ideal for a marathon masturbation session, foreplay, lazy sex, people with partial or full-body paralysis or for those with other chronic illnesses that may make movement uncomfortable or impossible. Specifically, we think people with complex disabilities like Cerebral Palsy or Muscular Sclerosis might really benefit from this position.