7 Car Sex Positions That Go Way Beyond Missionary

Stolen moments of intimacy can be increasingly hard to come by when you’re shuffling kids around, trying to get some work done and maybe even practice a little bit of self-care. While date night is definitely a complicated thing to execute in the bustling, busy fall and holiday seasons, it doesn’t mean you can’t come up with some out-of-the-box ways to have some kid-free intimate time and have sex with your partner with the spaces and tools available to you. There’s early morning or late night rendezvous you can schedule in your home, of course, but you can also consider your old teenage reliable location in a pinch: your car.

(And the chance of someone nosey coming a’knocking might go down, at least a little!)

Having sex in the car is super hot — mostly because it kind of brings you back to those teenage days of making out in the backseat somewhere, terrified (or thrilled by) the idea of being caught and scrappily making it work for some sweet sex. It’s a contained space that tests you and your partner’s ability to get each other off efficiently and gives you a lot of access to one another.

But, let’s be real, getting it on in a vehicle can be tricky and not all that comfortable if you aren’t as spry as your 18-year-old self was — have you ever landed your tailbone too hard on a seat belt? Ouch. The right car sex position, however, can totally rock your world (along with some satisfying sex toys) and leave some devastatingly hot memories for next time you run errands.

Give these car sex positions a whirl next time you’ve got a moment to park and play. Just don’t blame us if an officer taps his flashlight on your fogged-up window.

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Originally published February 2016.

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