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Coital Alignment Technique


The Best Position for the Most Stimulation

The coital alignment technique is a sex position that is a variation on the missionary position. The coital alignment technique is designed to maximize clitoral stimulation during sex. It is used to increase the amount of clitoral stimulation by aligning the base of the penis with the clitoris. As the man thrusts his pelvis, the base of his penis rhythmically stimulates the woman’s clitoris.

This technique is designed to great improve vaginal pleasure and clitoral stimulation. Most women needs clitoral stimulation in order to achieve an orgasm. The traditional missionary position may provide stimulation to the g-spot, but in most instances the pelvic thrusting misses the clitoris all together because of where it is located on the woman’s body. In the missionary position, clitoral stimulation is either indirect or sporadic, which means that she must either manually touch herself to achieve stimulation or she risks having no orgasm at all. The coital alignment technique is different in that it allows the man and woman to work together to achieve their goal.


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Achieving orgasm is important to sexual satisfaction. According to the Durex Global Survey: Just 48% of us said that they usually orgasm. Globally, twice as many men (64%) as women regularly have orgasms.



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Only 17% of women are likely to have an orgasm during sexual intercourse alone, since the clitoris often does not receive sufficient stimulation from intercourse alone, the coital alignment technique is great for stimulation during intercourse.

How to Do the Coital Alignment Technique

The man uses vaginal penetration in a missionary type position. He then lifts himself up as though he is “riding high” so that they have the best coital alignment they can achieve. He can lean either right or left of her body and rest his weight partially on the woman.


The woman can then either wrap her legs around his in an attempt to extend the stretch of her legs. With this position, she can also thrust her pelvis as well. The coital alignment technique results in the pelvic thrusts meeting each other, which then causes contact between the base of his penis and her clitoris. The repeated rocking back and forth rhythm with focus on the clitoris and the base of the penis will allow the woman to reach orgasm much more quickly.


The position sounds a lot more “mechanical” than it really is. The idea is that not only is the man able to increase vaginal pleasure but the angle of the vaginal insertion allows both the clitoris to be stimulated as well as the g-spot. The stimulation of both of these areas allows for a greater opportunity for the woman to reach an orgasm.


Coital Alignment: Positions, Practice and Techniques

The coital alignment technique may take a bit of practice before you become fluent in the rhythm required, but it has had great success for many people. The idea is that you are able to focus on the technique without trying to force an orgasm through another position or missing the opportunity all together through the missionary position. The angle of the position is designed to increase vaginal pleasure, which will also increase the pleasure of the man as well.



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Many couples have found the coital alignment technique to be very pleasurable for both. The position allows maximum contact between both partners, which has been described as sexy as well as romantic and definitely a good way to spice things up.


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