As a newcomer to adult cam services, the whole thing can feel alien and awkward especially Having Virtual Sex. Whether you’re getting down and dirty with a long-term partner or a stranger, it can be tricky to negotiate that initial learning curve.
Not to mention, put on the kind of show that gives the person on the other end of the line an equally enjoyable experience.
There’s a good chance your first few times at bat will be daunting, if not downright disastrous. But given time, you’ll soon find yourself performing like a pro.
This begins with figuring out the perfect position for virtual sex, which isn’t as easy as it sounds. Armed with a laptop, smartphone, or tablet PC, you can technically stick it anywhere and point it in any direction you like.
But if you are looking to make the most of your virtual sexual encounters (for yourself and your virtual partner), these are the positions the pros swear by:
1. The Elevated Laptop
As the name suggests, this is where you place your laptop in an elevated position while kneeling on the floor, giving your partner a full-frontal view. You can cut the image off at the neck if you feel more comfortable not showing your face, which is often the case with first-timers. From this angle, you can touch yourself anywhere and twist, turn, and writhe as much as you like.
2. Just the Crotch
While this may sound like a particularly intimidating position, it’s one of the most comfortable to start with. This is where you elevate your laptop slightly from the floor, kneel in front of it, and direct the camera squarely to your groin area. This gives your partner an up-close-and-person view of your genitals, leaving the rest of your body out of the frame. It sounds weird for such an intimate shot, but this closed-frame viewpoint brings a surprising feeling of discretion and anonymity.
3. Side wards Laying
If you prefer to go for something subtler, try laying on your side. Place your laptop on the floor, and position yourself away from your webcam. This position can focus on your full mid-section, your entire body from head to toe, your body without your face, or a close-up of the good stuff. You can also twist and move your laptop during your virtual hook-up if you want a treatment of something different along the way.
4. Face Time
It’s worth remembering that virtual sex does not necessarily have to be all about shoving your genitals in your partner’s face. One of the hottest approaches to virtual sex is that where you don’t send any clear visuals at all. You hold your smartphone above your face as you lay on the floor before engaging in erotic talk and mutual masturbation. You tell them what you’re doing (rather than giving them a graphic display) and let their imagination run riot. Plus, it’s no secret that seeing another person’s face in the throes of ecstasy is just about as erotic as it gets.
5. Break Out the Tripod
It is worth picking up a basic tripod if you plan on using a smartphone. This will give you the freedom to spare him, and we’ve all different positions, and to give both the view of the gift of the true hands-free (or hands-on) experience. For something seriously sexy, try positioning your smartphone on a tripod on a high shelf, giving them a full shot of you doing your thing on the bed, the couch, the floor, or anywhere else.
6. Turn Down the Lights
Keep things as bright and graphic as possible if you want your virtual sex to come out like a DIY porn flick. If you’re more about dialing up the romance and passion, turn the lights, and tone down the visuals slightly. Both can be equally awesome, so why not experiment with both?
7. Try Role Playing
Last, virtual sex provides the perfect opportunity to indulge in fantasies you may find too awkward to embrace in real life. Dressing up, role playing, and getting kinky is part and parcel of the experience. Particularly when it comes to virtual sex via anonymous adult cam services, there are no consequences or repercussions involved when being honest and open about your deepest and darkest fantasies.
Rick has been involved in the adult lifestyle and sex toy industry for more then 25 years. Rick is an active sex blogger who provides a wealth of information and experience. He is an advocate of equality for gender and sexuality.