126: Sex Positions for Connection and Pleasure

by | Mar 17, 2023 | General Posts, Podcast

It’s March Madness in the United States–the NCAA college basketball tournament.

And a lot of people create brackets where they guess ahead of time which teams are gonna win and come out on top. In getting in the spirit of this tournament, we thought we’d have some fun, so we created a sex position bracket for March Madness bedroom edition that you can print for yourselves.

So to celebrate sex positions in the Intimately US app and also March Madness Bedroom edition, I wanted to record a special podcast episode all about sex positions today.

First, we’re going to talk about why you might want to try new sex positions, why it’s important to have these conversations about it (and how to have these conversations) with your spouse, and then we’ll dive through a few specifics on sex positions and how you can make sex more exciting, creative, and most importantly, connecting for you and your relationship.

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<h3>Dan Purcell</h3>

Dan Purcell

Dan and his wife Emily Purcell are the founders of Get Your Marriage On! They are on a mission to strengthen marriages by making lovemaking incredibly fun and deeply connecting. Dan is a sex coach. They are also the creators of the popular Intimately Us and Just Between Us apps that have been downloaded over 750,000 times. They are the host of the popular Get Your Marriage On! podcast with over 1 million listens. In addition to their coaching program, they host romantic retreat getaways for couples, and put on workshops on how to have a great sex life and deeper intimacy.Dan and Emily met in middle school and have been married for over 20 years and have 6 kids. Dan loves cracking dad jokes, running marathons, planning the next creative date night with his sweetheart, and enjoys the magnificent outdoors around their St George home.

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