The Landslide Position
Definition - What does The Landslide Position mean?
The landslide position is a rather challenging position. To get into this position, the receiving partner lies on their stomach with it propped up. Legs should be straight back, and slightly apart. The penetrating partner is behind the receiving partner with one leg on either side of the receiving partner. The penetrating partner also places a hand on each side of the receiver's body for support. The penetrating partner leans back while penetrating their partner from behind.
Kinkly explains The Landslide Position
This position is more challenging to get into than other rear entry positions. It requires some careful technique to perform safely. The position is also taxing for both partners because both are supporting themselves by their hands. The two partners can rock back and forth together, and the receiving partner can pull their legs closer together to create a tighter penetration.
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