Talking about oral sex

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Beyond creating sensual products for women , we like to sit and write about female sexuality. Some women love it while many find it uncomfortable to even talk about, never mind receiving it! Nevertheless, you can warm up to the idea. Props include a mirror, paper and pencil, a tongue vibrator…But more on that later! While seeing a woman receiving oral sex in the mainstream media is still quite scarce compared to our male counterparts, cunnilingus really has had its moment everywhere, from controversial politics it was illegal in some American states as recently as to religion and spirituality.

Why you should talk to your daughter about oral sex

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And there definitely aren't enough reliable resources for young people that are both accurate and inclusive of various gender identities and sexualities. The most important thing to know about any kind of sex is that communication with your partner s is the absolute, number one tool you need to have pleasurable and consensual sex. We all have different desires — so when it comes to giving you advice for going down on your partner s , there is no one-size-fits-all recipe. No two vulvas are the same, no penises are the same, no two bodies are the same. However, there are some general tips and best practices to know about beforehand. Oral sex is medically defined as oral stimulation of the genitals. This sexual act has been traced all the way back to ancient Egypt — through the myth of Osiris and Isis, when Osiris died and Isis put him back together, she was known to blow life back into him by sucking on his penis — which brings us to a more expansive redefining of oral sex.

Women's Guide to Prepare for Oral Sex

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