Learn about having sex when you're taller than the man. Or if the guy is extremely well endowed. The women discuss size, participation and if it's ever okay to be inactive during sex.
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Juicy Talk for Women Cherry TV.com Cherry Dish Hear the women talk about positions that worked with men of varying heights and sizes. Female 1: I was seeing a guy that who was a lot shorter than me once and doggie style was kind of like Rottweiler and Chihuahua. Female 2: That’s so sad. Female 1: It still felt good but I felt like, you okay back there, like I cannot even reach him from the back. Female 3: How was the size of his penis? Female 2: I was actually, you know, I mean it was fine. It was like a little on the side but more average and wasn’t really small but it was just so— Female 4: If they are small, doggie style doesn’t work out so well. Female 5: I’ve kind of only been with guys who are like my height or taller. I kind of don’t like–I mean it’s not, maybe I am avoiding, you know dating shorter guys but I don’t even know what that would be like. Female 4: Oh, I mean I was talking about small dick but– Female 5: I was talking–but well I was talking about height, and I’ve also— Female 3: And here we’re talking height for position wise but we can also talk about penis wise. Female 4: That’s I’m sure I think I don’t have much trouble. Female 5: Well, and also penis wise, I’ve never really been with anyone with the small thing either. Female 2: Good job. Female 5: Yes, I'm picky. I’m picky. Female 1: There are certain times when laying down doggie style with the guy who has a really large penis can be–you have to really be like, “Alright, you don’t have to shove the whole kill body inside. You know, you got to— Female 5: I mean, definitely the guy was too big and that is always like, “You have 2 minutes, go.” Like it’s so uncomfortable, in my opinion. Female 6: Bigger is not better. Female 1: There’s a good size for everyone I think. Female 2: It can be great. But the guy needs to know how to use it. He needs to be aware of the fact that, “Okay, I’m endowed and I have control over depth.” And like you were saying, you just–they have to be very careful. Female 5: They have a limited time and I remember he was like, still going on and I was like, “That’s it, you're done. You're cut off.” Like, “I'm done” and you know, I don’t want to be sore in morning you know. Female 3: You know what, I want to go back to something. Do you know, how you were referring to like there are times when nobody wants to be at like, nobody wants to feel like a dead fish and they’re always, are there any other times when, you are just lying there. Talk about that a little bit. Female 2: Well if you're just lying there but you're still participating whether it’s through moaning or eye contact or touching, but I think it’s appropriate to not be actively participating other than doing that, is that considered being a dead fish, not necessarily. Female 1: There are sometimes when you have a guy and you're, the 2 of your, you have worked out your rhythm to a point where you know, you’re you don’t have to be as active as another positions. And it’s again, sometimes the same thing is me being on top. There’s too much moving around, just for the sake of moving and so it’s something that really comes with knowing your partner and having that connection and rhythm of the partner. Female 5: I think when you're enjoying yourself, you don’t have to be too worried about, “Oh, am I just lying here,” because you're having fun, so you feel it, and that’s what’s most important. Female 2: That’s actually a feeling that I haven’t come across in sex for a long time. I feel it’s something that as a new person to the act, you start to feel that way and it’s something that sort of drilled into you as an add lesson to what have you but, you know, not it’s like, I feel like, anything you do, can be considered appropriate, especially if you know— Female 4: I had a dead fish since I went out with a dude and he was just laying there, and I was just like no. Female 2: I’ve never had that. Female 4: This, who is it, what is this? It’s like you know don’t
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