The 4 Best Positions for Successfully Having Sex in a Single Bed

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With such tiny bed and thin walls, dorm room sex can be so uncomfortable. The tight space seems to limit your range of comfortable and do-able positions. You don’t feel free to act out on your inner sexy porn star when you’re almost always an inch away from falling off your bed, and your next door neighbor can hear every last sound. Instead of despairing and settling for the usual missionary position, try some of these moves that work well with tight spaces.

Chairs are made for more than studying. If your chair doesn’t make the same loud creaking sound your bed makes, this could make for a few new positions. If the chair is uncomfortable, put down a blanket (that you intend to wash) on the chair for padding. Chairs are movable so if you need support, prop it against your desk or bed so you can put your hand up when needed.

Clear off your desk. Although it may not be as hot or easy as kitchen counter sex, desk sex can mimic all the heat and passion of a counter top. Clear off all the stuff on the desk and have fun. Just make sure not to break your desk or topple anything over.

A sex picnic. Yeah, that’s a gross image. But what else should this idea be named when I’m telling you to lay out a blanket (one that you intend to clean) on the floor and get busy? The floor is usually a lot thicker than your walls so the people below you may not be super disturbed. This allows you to try all the positions you’ve missed since you’ve moved into your dorm (doggy style, namely).

Spooning, not cuddling. This position fits perfectly on a tiny and uncomfortable dorm room bed. Get into a spoon position and get down to business. It can be a little awkward to get situated, but once everything is in its place, it feels great and doesn’t take up too much space.

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