How do lesbians have sex?

How do lesbians have sex?

Discover how lesbians have sex! Spoiler alert: it’s really not as complicated as you might think.

Unfortunately, we can’t answer this objectively. How lesbians have sex differs widely depending on personal preference, physical capabilities, energy level, and a whole host of other factors. What we can do, is give you a smattering of different examples. Let’s face it – that’s what you’re here for anyway.

1. Dry humping

This is exactly as it sounds. Clothes or no clothes, top or bottom – you choose.

Benefits: Easy, convenient

Drawbacks: Not always effective

2. Fingering

I hate the term, but I don’t hate the method. In fact, I would wager to say that most women don’t. As you probably suspect, it involves pleasuring your partner using your fingers… if it’s specifics you’re looking for, my advice is this: practice makes perfect.

Benefits: Fast, convenient, precise

Drawbacks: Long fingernails pose a major hazard

3. Oral

Oral involves pleasuring your partner with your tongue. Like it or not, it’s usually very effective.

Benefits: Usually very effective

Drawbacks: Single file, can be messy

4. Strap-ons

For some “new” lesbians, old habits die hard (if you know what I mean). For others, strap-ons are simply a tool that allows you to get to those hard-to-reach spots. Or should I say, spot.

Benefits: Hands-free, available in a wide range of sizes

Drawbacks: Some lesbians don’t feel comfortable using strap-ons due to their phallic nature.

5. Scissoring

Surely you’ve heard of it. If not, check out our blog all about scissoring and how it works.

Benefits: Vulva-on-vulva (or whatever parts you’re working with) can feel quite nice.

Drawbacks: Fitness level required: high. Leg cramps not uncommon.

Editor’s note: The above listed options are, and will only be, exactly what you make of them. Intimacy level and satisfaction rate are entirely dependent on how much effort is put forth. May the best woman win.