The Ballet Dancer Position

Last Updated: July 20, 2020

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Definition - What does The Ballet Dancer Position mean?

The Ballet Dancer position is a standing position. To get into this position, begin by facing one another. The receiving partner lifts one leg and wraps it around the buttocks of the other partner. The penetrating partner can support the leg by cradling it with one hand.


diagram of the ballet dancer sex position

Kinkly explains The Ballet Dancer Position

This position allows the receiving partner to have some control of thrusting depth and angle. It is great for sex within tight quarters or quickies in semi-public areas. If the receiving partner is flexible enough, they can lift their leg onto the shoulder of the other partner to allow for deeper penetration.

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