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The Pregnant Pause

If you would’ve had Angelina Jolie as your sex education instructor instead of your culottes-wearing gym teacher, your sex life would probably be a lot different today. Sure, you might not wear a vial of your partner’s blood around your neck, but at least you would "do it" with passion!

Well, sixth grade is long gone, but you can still get sex tips from Jolie. The soon-to-be mother of six recently revealed that she isn’t letting her second pregnancy get in the way of her super hot sex routine with boyfriend Brad Pitt.

“It's great for the sex life. It just makes you a lot more creative. So you have fun, and as a woman you're just so round and full,” she said in an exhaustive interview with Entertainment Weekly.

If you’re frightened by Jolie’s use of the word “creative,” Discovery Health takes a more straightforward approach to explaining sex positions that are appropriate to use while pregnant. They suggest the “spoon,” “woman on top,” and “edge of the bed” positions.

So ladies and gents...is sex better when a woman is pregnant? [Discovery Health]

Posted: 6/13/08