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Lesbian Sex: 101 Lovemaking Positions
October 15th, 2011 by Aldouspi

Lesbian Sex: 101 Lovemaking Positions

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Take your lover on a Joyride. Dip into Priscilla’s Punchbowl, Tongue and Groove, and Toast Her Oven like never before. Discover 101 ways to caress, rub, lick, suck, grind, and slip inside with this groundbreaking collection of lovemaking positions for women who love women.
 
Exploring the possibilities of every erogenous zone, this lesbian Kama Sutra offers deliciously inventive ideas for women to pleasure themselves and each other, including Gildin

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  • Jenifer M writes:
    October 15th, 20111:43 amat
    202 of 214 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Loving women-only sex . . beyond cunnilingus! A masterpiece!, January 1, 2007
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    Jenifer M (Orange County, CA, USA) –

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    I found the title of this book, “Lesbian Sex 101 – 101 Lesbian Lovemaking Positions,” to be initially somewhat confusing.

    “Lesbian Sex 101” would say that this tome’s instruction would be very basic (which it isn’t). I was also somewhat skeptical that there could be “101 sex positions” for two women to share.

    But I was severely wrong on both counts. “101 Lesbian Lovemaking Positions” (which is the title I prefer) was easily the most loving, intimate – and advanced lesbian love making instructional reference — I had ever experienced!

    As a married woman (who is also a bit bisexual), I was merely looking for a book of lovemaking suggestions – a little beyond cunnilingus — which, incidentally, is a pleasure I already enjoy immensely with my partner.

    I’ve only tried out a few of the positions – but it’s the attitude that they encourage – that has begun to totally transform my understanding of intimacy.

    When it comes to the basics – of kissing, licking, nibbling, stroking, and penetrating – with tongues and fingers, I think I’ve already got the use of these down pat.

    With the above as a foundation, “101 Lovemaking Positions” adds rubbing, grinding, toys (both held and worn), masturbation (self and joint), g-spots, and a little anal excitedly to the mix.

    But if the sum-of-the-parts can ever be greater-than-the-whole, this is it! The author, Jude Schell, successfully teaches us how to use all of the above, not as just points of contact, but in combination — for a total body experience.

    As identification, Ms. Schell uses cute names to distinguish all of the positions, like the “Velvet Rope,” “Welcome Back,” “Saturn’s Rings,” and the “Mount St. Helen” to name just a few. The ideas start out easy with familiar postures — to reacquaint ourselves with the use of fingers and tongues, or the rubbing of ourselves together both intimately or against other bodily landmarks (such as hip bones).

    Some of the positions are simple variations, such as “Priscilla’s Punchbowl” where one partner straddles the other’s face, but adds her own fondling or her partner (and herself) to the mix, or “Gilding the Lily” which is just the after-climax licking of your lover’s labia. (One of my favorites was the “Dutch Tulip” which is performing a sixty-nine – while lying on your side, with some other thoughtful suggestions.)

    But others, such as “Strawberries and Cream” which combine the straddling of thighs, the oral tweaking of one partner’s breasts, with the direct stimulation by digits of the tweaker’s clit–actually create a blending of touches that, in this case — makes the sharing much more sensuous than just fingering.

    For example, I never thought I’d ever enjoy grinding, using toys with women, or wearing a strap-on. But on this last point, the intercourse shown is not the main entrée, but one in a series of dishes (touches) which together provide a sumptuous meal for both lovers.

    As a reassurance, each position is careful to include the direct stimulation of the clitoris (or g-spot) for at least one (if not both) of the partners, so the experience isn’t merely a prelude or warm-up, but a finishing act in itself.

    Speaking philosophically, Ms. Schell’s book indirectly points out how our mind-set towards sex has traditionally focused around a single-point (which is a somewhat male) perspective. When using a strap-on, for example, I kept thinking “what fun is that?” thinking only of the penetration. But in “Vanilla,” which is basically the missionary position, the emphasis (shown photographically) is on the entire length of contact, starting from thighs, moving upwards to the waist, breasts, faces against necks, and arms embracing. The penetration is merely an avenue and focal point to achieving this more symphonic level of interaction. The “Tight Squeeze,” similarly is the most loving portrayal of “doggie style” that I’d ever seen, again for the affection with which it is given and shared. (Gee, even my hubby might benefit – and get aroused — from studying this position’s description.)

    The book is illustrated with 101 totally enchanting four-color photographs of two women – a beautiful blonde, brunette, or redhead — lovingly and caringly pleasing each other (and not just themselves) with their most intimate contact tastefully hidden by another body part or in shadow. (So, please read the descriptions carefully!)

    One of my favorite positions was the “Peach Gobbler” (which is a variation of “Priscilla’s Punchbowl” above) where a third participant engages either the girl on top by kissing her, or the woman underneath with oral stimulation. But the photo shown was also the most romantic portrayal of any “daisy chain” style variation I had ever seen! As a result, the idea of adding a third person to any of the…

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  • Lunita "Lunita" writes:
    October 15th, 20112:09 amat
    58 of 65 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Eye Candy 🙂, August 23, 2006
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    This is whole picture book, were you can view all the many positions two women can do in bed when making love to each other. It is an invitation to intimacy. The images are a turn on! Open this book with the woman of your life and see what happens.

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  • holly andrews writes:
    October 15th, 20112:42 amat
    45 of 51 people found the following review helpful:
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Melancholy Lovemaking for New Lesbians With No Creativity, February 18, 2009
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    I don’t consider myself to be an all knowing seasoned lesbian sex veteran, but I was actually really disappointed in this book.

    Completely ignorning the ‘anal’ aspects and the use of a strap on, a lot of the positions featured in this book are small variations on common sex positions.

    My girlfriend and I thought that this book would show us a few things we didn’t know, but honestly we have did most of the positions in our first few weeks as a couple.

    Maybe this book would suit Katy Perry’s fanbase or a couple of girls just getting started with a complete lack of creativity, but really this book does not have anything super exciting that a couple would not do with a little thought.

    As a woman who knows how to please another woman, this kind of information just seemed to come easy to me, the book was not worth the money I spent. I could have very well written a book for boring lesbians myself and made some money.

    Good investment for those who can’t come up with interesting sex on their own. Also a good buy for women who like to pretend that they have penises.

    Just buy the straight Kama Sutra because a LOT of these postions suggest a strap on and or vibrator.

    Waste of money. If you are a lesbian, trust me, its nothing you haven’t seen or tried.

    Think twice about buying!

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