The Dancer Position


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Definition - What does The Dancer Position mean?

The dancer is a variation of standing missionary position. To get into this position, both partners must be standing. The woman lifts one of her legs and the man holds it to help her balance. He can then penetrate her while standing, and both partners can thrust by slightly bending at the knees.



diagram of the dancer sex position

Kinkly explains The Dancer Position

The dancer position is often much easier when the woman is leaning against a wall. This gives her more stability and makes falls and fatigue much less likely.

This position is great for couples who are looking to get in a quickie. It can even be done discreetly in a public place or when surrounded by people, such as on a crowded dance floor. From a spectator's point of view, the couple would look as though they are just dirty dancing.

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