Which sexual intercourse postion is best if the woman is taller than the guy?

Whatever works 4U. If you are asking about pleasure... There is no single right answer. Try many different positions and see what is most enjoyable for you as a couple. A 'doggy style' or rear entry position would not be problematic even if the height discrepancy is large. The best advice is to experiment with different positions. See: http://www.Cosmopolitan.Com/sex-love/positions/.

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Can a woman contract hepatic c if she has sexual intercourse with someone that does? I was involved with a man for a couple of years that I didn't know had hepatic c. I have just recently found out that he does care the disease and that he contracted it t

Hello. . Hello. I can not tell you if you have the hepatitis c virus. It is normally transmitted through blood. If you were in a long term relatioship you would want to avoid sharing razors, or things which might be contaminated with blood. Hepatitis c transmission from semen would be very rare. See your doctor to get tested if you are worried. Read more...
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If I am having sexual Intercourse, is it bad if I am licking or sucking the womans vagina?

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