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August 05, 2022 5 min read

BLOOMING ORCHID SEX POSITION

The blooming orchid sex position is similar to the bended knee sex position as you both face each other while on just one knee. The only difference between these sex positions is that, in the bended knee sex position, the lady has to rest the raised leg on the thigh of the man. To perform the blooming orchid sex position, both partners should face each other on their knees. They should also be so close that they hug each other. Both have to raise their right knees so their right thighs are parallel to the bed, and their lower legs are vertical with their right feet firmly on the bed. It allows the man to enter the lady easily. It is a good position though it's not common to many people.

How Is The Blooming Sex Position Done?

Thomas et al. (2018) explained that this sex position is similar to the bended knee sex position because both partners face each other while on one knee. They should hug each other and raise their right thighs so that their right thighs are parallel to the bed and the other lower legs are vertical with their right feet on the bed. If the man is taller than the lady, then the lady has to place a pillow or something else on the lower leg to reach the man's height. It makes it easy for the man to enter the lady, making it a pleasurable sex position.

What The Lady Does in The Blooming Orchid Sex Position

You may find it a little awkward when you first get into the blooming orchid sex position, as you may not experience particularly fast sex or long strokes. In the blooming orchid sex position, the lady has to come closer to her man such that she hangs on him. She has to raise her right knee the same as what the man has to do. It makes her right thigh parallel to the bed and her lower leg vertical with the right foot on the bed. It allows the man to enter her easily. She should also wrap the man with her arms around his waist and back or put them under his arms and hold onto his shoulders. She can also kiss him on his neck, cheeks, lips, and ears. Also, she can put her hands on his butt to pull him into her with each stroke. For each short stroke, she can push the man onto her or back against him while the man grins at her.

What The Man Does in The Blooming Orchid Sex Position

Endersby (2016) explained that the man needs to get into a nice steady rhythm when doing the blooming orchid sex position. Automatically, the man finds it difficult to take long strokes because of his position; instead, he has to make shorter ones. Raising the right knee is obvious in this sex position as what the lady has to do also. The man can put his arms around the lady. He also finds that he is in the perfect position to run his finger through the lady's scalp or even lightly tug on her hair. He can also put his hands on the lady's butt to pull her with each stroke. Alternatively, he can keep her constantly pulling him while he grids on her clit with his pubic bone.

Things To Consider When Performing the Blooming Sex Orchid Position

Pan et al. (2012) explained that the blooming orchid sex position needs more flexibility to make it pleasurable. Unfortunately, since it looks a little different or even weird to some, not many people have tried it. Therefore, couples can consider the following factors when using this sex position to enjoy safe and fulfilling sex.

It Is Ideal for Slow and Passionate Sex

Orchard et al. (2012) explained that the blooming orchid sex position is ideal for when you want to try something different while having slow and passionate sex. You can kiss each other easily or even hold each other.

It Is Not Ideal for Anal Sex

You will find anal sex in the blooming sex position tough. Since you are all facing each other, it is obvious that anal sex is altered.

Don’t Forget to Switch Knees.

Switching knees after a short time is advisable if you start feeling uncomfortable. It avoids hurting the knees during the play.

Advantages Of Using The Blooming Orchid Sex Position

Allows Other Sexual Activities

In the blooming orchid sex position, both partners hang while facing each other. They can easily kiss each other on the neck, the eyes, or the ears. They can also hold onto each other easily by putting their hands on the neck or the waists.

Minimizes Risk of Getting Hurt

The blooming orchid sex position is performed slowly since it does not allow deep strokes. It makes it difficult for the lady or the man to get hurt during sex. Therefore, it is a safer sex position to try when having sex.

Disadvantages Of Using The Blooming Orchid Sex Position

Not ideal for anal sex

The blooming orchid sex position does not allow easy anal sex for the partners who love anal sex. The lady and the man are almost in a straight position since they raise one knee.

Doesn’t Allow Deep Strokes

This sex position is unsuitable for people who love deep penetration during the play. Partners in this position cannot enjoy deep, long strokes since they can easily hurt their knees. The bed's unraised knee or lower leg to support the other raised upper leg can be hurt if long strokes are used.

Conclusion

According to sexologists, sex should be a pleasurable moment between two partners. That means couples can try any position to elevate pleasure and strengthen the bond. Therefore, while various positions such as missionary can bring partners close, couples only need to lie on the bed. Hence, more people are now switching to new positions, such as blooming orchid that allows partners to remain close without lying in bed.

References

Endersby, J. (2016). Deceived by orchids: sex, science, fiction, and Darwin. The British Journal for the History of Science49(2), 205-229.

Orchard, T., Farr, S., Macphail, S., Wender, C., & Young, D. (2012). Sex work in the forest city: Experiences of sex work beginnings, types, and clientele among women in London, Ontario. Sexuality Research and Social Policy9(4), 350-362.

Pan, I. C., Liao, D. C., Wu, F. H., Daniell, H., Singh, N. D., Chang, C., ... & Lin, C. S. (2012). Complete chloroplast genome sequence of an orchid model plant candidate: Erycina pusilla apply in tropical Oncidium breeding. PloS one7(4), e34738.

Thomas, H. N., Hamm, M., Hess, R., & Thurston, R. C. (2018). Changes in sexual function among midlife women: "I'm older… and I’m wiser.”. Menopause (New York, NY)25(3), 286.

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