LOVE Island has returned, and with it comes the Islanders naming their favourite sex position and viewers frantically googling just what it is they’re talking about.
Wasting no time on this, early in one of the series' first episode, Islander Luca Bish, 23, asked the girl he was then coupled up with, Paige Thorne, 24, what her favourite sex position is.
When Paige announced that her favourite position is the ‘Broken Eagle’, Luca replied that his was the “something Oyster” by which he likely means the Viennese Oyster.
This conversation led many viewers to social media to ask just what these positions are.
One Twitter user joked: “Broken Eagle… The Oyster?!? They're absolutely making up these sex positions lmao #LoveIslandUK #loveIsland”
Others were rather confused by the fishy name of one of these positions: “What the hell are these seafood sex positions may I ask #LoveIsland”
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The Broken Eagle
Paige’s favourite position, the Broken Eagle, is a somewhat low effort (at least for the receiving partner) version of the Eagle sex position – a favourite of previous Love Island contestant Curtis Pritchard.
To get into the Broken Eagle position, the receiving partner will lie on their stomach with one leg bent and straight. The penetrating partner will then enter from behind and begin to thrust.
A rather easy position for the receiving partner, with the penetrating partner doing most of the work.
The Viennese Oyster
This requires a bit more effort and a lot more flexibility than the Broken Eagle, and is all about that deep penetration,
To get into the Viennese Oyster position, the receiving partner will lie down on their back, spreading their legs up in the air.
The penetrating partner will then grab their partners ankles and push their legs back toward their head. Be sure to communicate while doing this to insure that no injury occurs.
Once the receiving partner’s legs are pushed back as far as they can go, the penetrating partner enters, either kneeling or standing, and begins to thrust.
It’s recommended that you begin slowly in this position, as it is one where it is possible to potentially go a little too deep.
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Variations on the Viennese Oyster
There are a few variations on this position that you can enjoy:
One for those not quite flexible enough for the full oyster – the Anvil can also deliver the same deep penetration without having your legs behind your head.
The receiving partner will lie on their back, with the penetrating partner on their knees.
From here the receiving partner will place their legs on the shoulders of their partner.
The penetrating partner can then enter and thrust away – with the receiving partner’s hands free to do whatever they wish.
The Launch Pad
Instead of the receiving partner having their legs spread in the air and pushed back, the Launch Pad will have them scooping their legs to their chest, as if entering the foetal position.
They will then place their feet on the chest of the kneeling penetrating partner, who will then begin thrusting.
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The Spread Eagle
Something of a mix between the Eagle and Oyster, this is a rather popular position where the receiving partner lies on their back with the legs spread and in the air.
The penetrating partner will kneel, or stand, at their partner’s knees and hold their legs while thrusting.
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