What Positions Millennials *Really* Want In Bed

by Courteney Larocca
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SKYN Condom's 2017 Millennial Sex Survey was released on Monday and it's basically an extensive list of anything Millennials could possibly want when it comes to sex. The study, which surveyed 3,000 sexually active men and women aged 18-34 of all sexuality and relationship types about their sex lives, found everything from the days we're most likely getting laid to how often we're orgasming.

With the study finding that about 50 percent of men and 44 percent of women reported having multiple orgasms during one sex session, I'm definitely curious about the positions those people used to get there. What's their secret? Are they trying all those crazy positions that require taking a beginner's acrobatics course first? Did they unleash some magic sex position that I'm apparently not enough of a Millennial to know about? Apparently not, according to the survey's findings. Millennials' top three favorite ways to get off are actually pretty standard, and definitely easy to do. I guess we're just creatures of comfort.

If you're as curious as I was to know how your rotation of favorite positions lines up with the rest of our generation, check out this list of Millennials' top three favorite sex positions:


Doggy Style

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Doggy style has proven to be a crowd favorite among Millennials and with good reason. It can be modified, be as intimate as you want it to be, and allows for deep penetration and clitoral stimulation.



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Fun fact: the survey found that classic missionary is specifically more of a favorite among coupled up Millennials. Singles are apparently not as enthusiastic about the traditional position.



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While Millennials in relationships are getting it on in missionary, singles prefer to finish with this on-top position. With the study also finding that women are feeling more sexually empowered – more women reported having one-night stands and masturbation sessions than men – it's no surprise that singles are embracing this powerful position.

All three of these positions are pretty standard, but that's what probably makes them so popular. The good news is that all of them can be modified if you're looking for some new moves in the bedroom.