position is almost similar to the missionary (man on top position), but
the position of her legs lifted and placed on his shoulders, so that
her knees touch the chest.
The man can penetrate his knees facing a couple and put the balance weight on the foot.
This positionis a variationof themissionaryposition(man on top)and akneein the chest.In this position, the womanon her backwith legswideopen.Menpenetration infront of her partnerby kneelingandplacingone or bothhands underyour butt(butt) pairs,lifting andtiltingthe pelvisduring hispenetration.
Posisi ini merupakan variasi dari posisi missionaris (pria di atas) dan
lutut di dada. Pada posisi ini, wanita telentang dengan kaki dibuka
lebar. Pria melakukan penetrasi di depan pasangannya dengan berlutut dan
menempatkan salah satu atau kedua tangannya di bawah bokong (pantat)
pasangan, mengangkat dan memiringkan panggul selama ia melakukan
While much of the negative commentary concerned Levi Strauss's move away
from domestic manufacturing has focused on the button-fly 501s, the
bigger problem I have seen is with the old 1970's standby, the 505,
which has a zipper as opposed to button fly. The variability on sizing
and sew quality with the 505s is an issue if you are going to buy them
online or mail order. You really have to try them on to see how they
fit. The 501 are much easier to buy online or by mail order because the
sizing is much less critical on the waist, which is the so-called
"anti-fit" waist, meaning there is no curve to the rise (the distance
between the crotch and the top of the waist), because the original 501s
were merely cut down bib overalls which were made to hang, rather than
be fitted to the waist. The biggest problem I have noted on the 505's is
the variability in size in the thigh area, meaning that some fit baggy
and some seem rather tight, even though they are theoretically the same
size of a label. Since the 501s are more forgiving as far as sizing, if
you are buying online you might consider them instead of 505s, unless
you don't want the button fly.