Position of the Week: Midnight Magic

by Lucy

on 30 Dec 2022

Make your own kind of magic in the moments before the New Year arrives, and start as you mean to continue – with mind-blowing sex.

POTW Midnight Magic


One partner assumes a horizontal position with their back to the floor, legs raised and drawn back; the other partner crouches above, supporting their position by holding their lover's legs. From here, they can grind against their partner's genitals or ride their lover for intense stimulation both can enjoy.


You want to watch fireworks and get your grind on at the same time! This challenging position is a fun way to connect with your partner on a special night.


For additional support, try adding a wedge or other position enhancer to help you enjoy the moment for as long as possible.

Make it even better

Try adding a spreader bar or a pair of cuffs to restrict the horizontal partner's position, further giving control to the riding partner.

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Not the position for you?

We're working to make sure that everyone is represented on our website, regardless of who you love, so we'll be using a variety of gender depictions in our Position of the Week posts. This will include straight, gay, lesbian, and gender neutral couples, but all positions will have details in the description of how to make them work for your own relationship dynamic.

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Written by Lucy. Lovehoney Editorial Team
If you think that an exciting sex life starts and ends with Missionary then Lucy, who has worked at Lovehoney for over a decade, is here to enlighten you with her ever-popular ‘Position of the Week’ blogs.
Lucy also loves making the world of sex and sex toys easy to learn about, and you'll often find her with her head in a book researching her latest A to Z guide

Originally published on 30 Dec 2022. Updated on 28 Dec 2022