Oral sex can help you pleasure your partner and feel more connected to them. However, what works for one person may not work for another. Whether you’re getting intimate with a new partner or want to try new things with your current partner, here are some tips for oral sex:
Oral sex is a sex act where one person uses their mouth to pleasure another person’s genitals. The giver can lick or suck the receiver’s body parts to provide them with pleasure.
If you’re giving oral sex to someone with a vagina, you want to focus on the clitoris. While this isn’t the only area of the body you want to pleasure, it is the sensitive bundle of nerve endings that can lead a person to climax. The clitoris is actually both an internal and external gland, but most people are referring to the external part when talking about oral sex. The clitoral nerves actually extend to the anterior wall of the vagina. With that being said, people with vaginas may have different pleasure points. When performing oral sex on this area of the body, pay attention to your partner’s body language. If they are moving in a way that signifies pleasure, shuddering, or moaning, they are likely enjoying what you’re doing. If they don’t seem to be enjoying it, don’t be afraid to ask what they would prefer. They can help guide you in the right direction so you can both have a more pleasurable experience.
When going down on someone with a vagina, start slowing. For some, going right into rhythmic licking can be too much, too fast. If you start by kissing the thighs, breathing on them, or licking areas other than the clitoris, this can help your partner get more aroused and comfortable. Once you finally get to stimulating the clitoris, your partner can have more explosive results.
Now if you’re performing oral sex on someone with a penis, the process is a bit different. This may be intimidating for some if you’re worried about taking the entire length of the penis or grazing your teeth on the shaft. It’s important to relax yourself and start off slow to learn what your own personal abilities are. Additionally, starting off slow may be more pleasurable for your partner.
You can start by simply licking the shift. This can get you warmed up and help you feel more comfortable. Once you feel more at ease, you can start to suck, but don’t worry about putting the entire shaft in your mouth. You can incorporate your hands into oral sex if it helps you feel more in control and if your partner enjoys that. Just like when performing oral sex on someone with a vagina, listen to your partner and pay attention to their body language to identify what they enjoy.
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