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This Is the Sex Position Men and Women Love Most

Take note, gents!
IMAGE "That Awkward Moment" (2014)
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Men and women might disagree a lot, but at least there's one thing they agree on: their favorite sex position.

Of the 2,000 participants surveyed by the researchers of online medical service provider Dr. Ed.com, 35-percent stated that their favorite position is "doggy-style." As to the reason why it topped the survey, they explained that, the doggy-style allows for deeper penetration, which means a better chance of reaching the coveted G-spot.

Although both sexes agree that doing the deed doggy-style is an awesome experience, the "cowgirl" comes in a close second for men, while women picked the missionary position.

Both positions allow for partners to watch each other during intercouse, which can help create a deeper, more emotional connection during sex, the researchers noted.

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When asked what positions they've been raring to try, men claim to be interested in the "69 Standing Up" position. Women, on the other hand, want to be a little more adventurous with "tabletop" at the top of their list. Both sexes agreed on other sex positions included in the list below except for anal sex. The reason is simple: butt stuff is just too uncomfortable.

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This story originally appeared on FHM.com.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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