3 Sex Positions for Women Over 50 to Dramatically Improve Your Love Life

Colin Firth as George Falconer and Julianne Moore as Charlotte laying in bed together in A Single Man (2009)
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Spooning is always the way to go!

Despite the misconceptions, sex doesn't stop as you grow older. Seeing as you made your way here, you probably already knew that to be true.

Couples well into their 70s and 80s are getting it on just as much (if not, more) than their juniors.

But sex doesn't offer the same experience as you grow older (let alone, every time you do it with your partner). As your body ages like a fine wine, there are a number of factors that can lower your sex drive—including, pain.

So if you want to enjoy sex to the fullest, but also don't want to hurt yourself while doing the deed, you'll want to try out these top three sex positions for women over 50.

Spooning

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While most people reserve spooning for the post-coitus comedown, it's also a pleasurable position for sex. You can face each other or let your partner to cuddle up to your back to allow easier penetration.

Speaking with Huffington Post, Dr. Pepper Schwartz mentions this is a favorable position to take away pressure from both your knees and back.

Chair Position

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If you want to spice it up a bit, but still want to make sure you're not going to cause too much injury to yourself (particularly, your lower back), the chair position is best for you.

With this position, one partner will sit on the chair while the other straddles them, with both feet being able to touch the ground for support.

Physical therapist Isa Herrera notes, in an article for Huffington Post, that this will help you better control the movement and pace at which you go.

Plank Missionary

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Missionary may not be everyone's favorite position, but it only gets better with age. This updated plank missionary position is also a little bit different than this classic setting, but it works just as well.

With it, the man will have a slight bend in his knees to create a hinge for movement. The woman will rest her feet on his lower legs for balance.

Writing for End the Problem, Jacqui Olliver notes that this position increases closeness and intimacy between partners. It's also the most engaging for men and women of all ages.