Sex pillow

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Pillows are often used in the missionary position.

A sex pillow is a specially-designed and typically firm pillow used to enhance sexual intercourse. An ordinary firm pillow, however, may be used in place of a special one. Some contain a high-density urethane core to balance firm support with softness. In addition to more common pillow shapes, there are wedge-shaped, ramp-shaped, prism-shaped, etc. pillows which lend themselves to various sexual positions, some of which might be difficult or uncomfortable without it. A pillow can be used to provide support when one partner has back pain.[1] A very common use of a sex pillow is to place it under the woman's buttocks or hips before assuming the missionary position; this pivots the pelvis and increases depth of penetration.[2] Invented by Louis Friedman and Don Cohen in 2001, Liberator shapes were the first patented pillows designed specifically for sex[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bechtel, Stefan and Stains, Larry: Sex: A Man's Guide, p. 322.
  2. ^ "Interesting sex positions". 
  3. ^ Friedman, Louis S., and Don Cohen. Support Cushion and System of Cushions. One Up Innovations, LLC, assignee. Patent 6925669. 2005.