Bedroom suggestions can be awkward even between the most comfortable partners -- for example, no matter how many times you hint at it, she never wants to try that new one where she's backward, with one leg up, not making you wear the Raggedy Andy costume. Mercifully, there's now an app for alternatives: SexyTime
Out a week and already banned in China, DC-based SexyTime works as a carnal encyclopedia/coach, letting you create personalized or randomized positional playlists to spice things up and compensate for any coital timidity; the idea was inspired by its creator's uncle, who in 1976 patented "The Instruction Sheet", a failed-but-hilarious, hand-/foot-/butt-marked "Twister for Sex", aka, "Twister". Erotic organization starts with the "choreographer" function: simply select any number of 20 graphically-illustrated positions from missionary, to "wheelbarrow", to "splitting bamboo" (all accompanied by instructional tips from a physical therapist), input the desired time for each, and you'll be told when it's time to switch by an automated voice toggle-able between male and female, the latter of which was actually a bridesmaid at the designer's wedding, and the former of which you shouldn't even be curious about, as he's a dude. Venal surprises come via the "Randomizer", where you select the number of desired positions and duration for each, and it'll arbitrarily call up new postures; you can also employ the "Hit List", a randomizer which'll take into account your preferences (all positions're rateable with 1-5 hearts), or get taken through all 20 (randomly ordered) for one minute apiece in "Run the Gauntlet" -- something it's amazing you're doing, given how much you still play Gauntlet
To further the inter-partner openness in the playlist-building phase, ST also allows easy, one-button sexting/emailing of suggested positions, but just be aware that if you incite her enough, before long she'll be running you, Raggedy.