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What is oral sex?
Oral sex refers to a type of sexual behavior. Oral sex involves stimulating the partner’s genitals or anus with the mouth or tongue. The penis and testicles and the vagina and the area around the vagina are also called genitals or genital area. But how to have oral sex? Oral sex can be performed as foreplay to stimulate sexual arousal before other sexual activities or as an act of pornography and physical intimacy itself.
If you and your partner both like and agree to oral sex, then it can be a pleasurable sexual act between your partners.
Here are some oral sex tips for men and women
——How do you give oral sex to a man?
1. Men also need foreplay
Start with a gentle kiss, and you can tell him softly in his ear that you want to surprise him today. If he hasn’t taken off his shirt by himself, it’s time for you to help him. In other words, the intensity of verbal love often requires a more detailed warm-up than usual.
2. Hands and mouth work together
Hold his penis with your hand first, you can control how deep it enters your mouth; you can also move your hand to make the penis as deep as possible into your mouth. At the same time, stick out your tongue and lick it a few times slowly, you can still suck gently.
3. You can stop at any time
When you give a man oral sex, you can stop at any time, and it is up to you to decide whether to let him ejaculate (or cum) in your mouth. Of course, if he’s wearing a condom, this is not a problem, which means that both of you are protected from sexually transmitted infections (STI).
—— How do you give a woman oral sex?
1. Slowly wake up your partner
Start kissing her lips, neck, and slowly down to the inner thighs while stroking her body to help her be awakened, she might like it.
2. Licking tenderly
Oral sex makes it easy for women to reach clitoral orgasm. You can lick, wipe, blow and hold the key and sensitive part of the clitoris carefully. However, there is a special reminder: “Be careful and be gentle.” Because the clitoris is very sensitive, it is easy to be teased and excited, and of course, it is also easy to be hurt.
3. Change ways to have fun
Lick the shape of the letters with your tongue, so that you can make the tongue swing in different directions, if she enjoys it, then continue to repeat this action.
The risk of oral sex infection is also great
Chlamydia, human papillomavirus (HPV), syphilis, gonorrhea, herpes, hepatitis (multiple strains), and other sexually transmitted infections (STIs) can be transmitted through oral sex. Any sexual exchange of bodily fluids with a person infected with HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, poses a risk of infection. The risk of STI infection, however, is generally considered significantly lower for oral sex than for vaginal or anal sex, with HIV transmission considered the lowest risk with regard to oral sex.
—Areas of initial infection : Throat, Urinary tract, Rectum, Genitals
—Initial signs and symptoms of infection : Most chlamydia infections in the throat have no symptoms. When symptoms appear, they may include a sore throat.
—Many genital, urinary tract or rectal chlamydia infections have no symptoms. When symptoms appear, they may include:
- Vaginal or penile discharge (vaginal discharge may be bloody).
- Burning sensation when urinating.
- Pain or swelling of the testicles.
- Rectal pain or discharge
How to reduce the risk of oral sex?
As with any sexual activity, the best way to reduce the risk of oral sex is to take protective measures or not have oral sex.Please avoid oral sex if your partner has the following conditions！
- Venereal disease
- Throat infection
- Unhealed or inflamed perforations in the mouth or genitals
- Sores, cuts, ulcers, blisters, warts, or rashes around the genitals, anus, or mouth.
For male oral sex, use condoms during oral sex. For oral sex on a woman, or when performing anilingus on a man or a woman, use a dam. A dam is a small thin latex or plastic square that acts as a barrier between the vagina or anus and the oral cavity. It may prevent the spread of STIs.
Now that you have gained some knowledge about oral sex, discussing protective measures with your partner before starting oral sex will help make things easier. If this is what you want to do, go ahead and enjoy it!