The cross sex position gets its name because partners form a cross or "T" with their bodies. To get into this position, the giver lies on their side, while the receiver lies perpendicular to them and raises their legs. After penetration, the receiver lowers their legs so their knees are bent over their partner's waist and thighs.
More About The Cross Position
While in this position, it is easy for both partners to reach the receiver's clitoris if they have one, in order to rub it or stimulate it with a vibrator. The cross is not only for vaginal intercourse; it can be used for anal sex as well. This position also provides a way to segue into other sex positions, such as the spoon or scissors position.
Unlike many other sex positions, this position does not require a huge amount pf stamina or strength. It's a great option for when one or both partners are tired but still want to have sex, It may be more accessible to disabled people as well.