When a woman assures that her partner is exhausted by constant copulation, but he is still longing for it, with his permission, she can lay him down upon his back, and give him assistance by acting his part. She can also do this to satisfy the curiosity of her lover as well as her own desire of innovation.
At this time she should press upon her partner's bosom with her own breasts, with flowers in her hair hanging loose. While breathing fast and lowering her head frequently she do the same action, which the man used to do before. After some time the woman become exhausted and wish to stop the whole process. In this manner she successfully performs the work of a man.
Whatever is done by a man for giving pleasure to a woman is called the work of a man, and is as follows:
While the man and woman are lying on a bed, he loosens the knot of her undergarments, and at the time of dispute he should overwhelm her with kisses. He should touch her in various places at the time of erection of his lingam. If they are together for the first time and the woman is shy, the man should place his hands between her thighs, which she would probably keep close together. Similarly if the girl is too young, he should first hold her breasts, which she would probably cover with her own hands, her armpits and her neck. On the other hand if she is an experienced woman, they can enjoy the whole process to it's extent and can enhance it like anything. Following to this he should hold her hair and chin in his fingers for the purpose of kissing her. If the girl is young, she will become timid and close her eyes.
According to Suvarnanabha, a man should always make a point of pressing those parts of her body on which she turns her eyes.
The signs of the pleasure and satisfaction of the woman are as follows: her body relaxes, she closes her eyes, she puts aside all shyness, and shows augmented excitement to unite the two organs as closely together as possible. On the other hand, the signs of her dissatisfaction are as follows: she shakes her hands, she does not let the man get up, feels gloomy, bites the man, kicks him, and continues to go on stirring after the man has finished. In such cases the man should rub the yoni of the woman with his hand and fingers before the sexual activities, until it is softened, and following to that he should proceed to put his lingam into her.
The acts to be done by the man are as follows:
Moving forward: the action described as when the organs are brought together properly and directly.
Friction or churning: churning is mainly when the lingam is held with the hand, and turned all round the yoni.
Piercing: When the yoni is lowered, and the upper part of it is struck with the lingam, it s called 'piercing'.
Rubbing: when the lower part of yoni is struck with the lingam. It is called 'rubbing.'
Pressing: When the yoni is pressed by the lingam for a long time, it is called 'pressing'.
Giving a blow: it is the action of the lingam coming out from the yoni to some distance, and then forcibly strikes in.
The blow of a boa: When only one part of the yoni is rubbed with the lingam, it is called the 'blow of a boar'.
The blow of a bull: When both sides of the yoni are rubbed with the lingam, it is called the 'the blow of a bull'.
The sporting of a sparrow: when the lingam is in the yoni and without being taken out frequently moves up and down in it, is called the 'sporting of a sparrow'. This action usually takes place at the end of coition.
When a woman acts the part of a man, she has the following things to do in addition to the nine given above:
The pair of tongs: As a woman does this action she holds the lingam in her yoni, draws in it, presses it, and keeps it there for a long time.
The top: This action needs some practice and can be described as when at the time of sexual meeting the woman turns round like a wheel, it is called the 'top'.
The swing: When the man lifts up the middle part of his body, and the woman turns round her middle part at the time of copulation, it is called the 'swing'.
When the woman is tired, she can take rest by placing the forehead on that of her partner without disturbing the intercourse. In that case the man should turn around and can again begin the process.
There are also some verses on the subject as follows:
'Though a woman is reserved, and keeps her feelings concealed; yet when she gets on the top of a man, she then shows all her love and desire. A man should gather from the actions of the woman of what disposition she is, and in what way she likes to be enjoyed. A woman during her monthly courses, a woman who has been lately confined, and a fat woman should not be made to act the part of a man.'