Really hoppy Ask Dr Angela: I want to try the frog position - but does it even exist?
"Don't get misled by the name frog position: you're not meant to hop and leap like a frog but should only move slowly to avoid injury"
Open-minded and practical, Dr Angela Brokmann has answered the nation's sex problems for 18 years. Here, she answers your dilemmas.
Once a week I (27) have an online chat with a group of girls around my age. We mainly talk about guys and sex, and it's always interesting.
Yesterday one of the girls brought up a new sex position. She said it's called the frog position, and that you basically have to sit on your partner and then bounce on him like a frog. Before she could describe it in more detail her boyfriend walked in and she had to leave the chat.
I'd love to surprise my boyfriend with this new position, but I need to know first how it works. Does this frog position even exist?
There are actually several frog positions out there. Your chat friend probably meant this one: the male partner lies flat on his back while you squat over him on your toes, slowly bouncing up and down.
If you'd like to give it a try, don't get misled by the name frog position: you're not meant to hop and leap like a frog but should only move slowly to avoid injury.
The position requires not only strong leg muscles but also an excellent sense of balance.
Before you try the frog position with your boyfriend, give it a little test run on your own.
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