Studies show (one wonders about those
studies) only about 30% of women achieve orgasm regularly during intercourse
with male partners. Enter
(couldn’t resist) coital alignment technique (CAT).
A study (how many of these are going on??) of sexual response prior to
and after CAT training showed only 23% of women achieved orgasm during
intercourse on a regular basis. After
CAT training 77% of the women achieved orgasm during intercourse on a regular
basis. Before CAT
training no women reported having regular simultaneous orgasms with their
partners. After CAT,
one-third of the women reported doing so.
position gives clitoral stimulation to the female, but does not allow for deep
penetration by the male. However,
once the female begins to orgasm, the male can thrust deeper.
This often can result in simultanous orgasms.
Female lies on her back.
Male places his pelvis over hers in a ‘riding high’ orientation.
Female wraps her legs around the
male’s thighs, with legs bent at an angle (not
exceeding 45 degrees) and her ankles resting on his calves.
Male lowers his
torso on female’s torso, placing his weight on her.
If the male is too heavy for her, he can shift part of his body weight to
the right or the left so it is partially on the surface beneath the female.
avoids using his hands or elbows to support his weight.)
The penis enters
into the vagina, but shallow enough so the base of the shaft of the penis is
pressed firmly the female’s mons veneris – the soft fleshy mound
covering the pubic bone.
The female pushes
gently up with her pelvis, the male allows her pelvis to push his pelvis upward
while the base of the shaft of his penis maintains a constant pressure on the mons
veneris (and thus the clitoris) of the female.
Reverse step 6.
The male pushes his pelvis downward, pushing the female’s pelvis
downward, while keeping a constant pressure with the shaft of his
penis on the mones veneris (and thus the clitoris) of the female.