Oral sex is "low risk" in terms of getting HIV. There is no transmission risks for receiving oral sex. You probably will not get HIV from giving oral sex either—but having cuts or sores in your mouth, gum disease, having an STI in your throat, or recent dental work increases your risk. If any of these applies, you may consider refraining from performing oral sex to reduce your of exposure to HIV. If you're taking PrEP every day as prescribed, there's very little that you'll get HIV by giving someone a blowjob, or otherwise.   
As someone who was sexually abused throughout most of my childhood, I’ve been reluctant to give head because of the flashbacks. I’ve been reading your blog for a few days now, and I feel confident in knowing more techniques to try out on my partner that are 100% different from all that bad stuff. In the twelve years since I’ve escaped, I’ve never felt so confident to try this out with my partner, so THANK YOU! I’m sure he will enjoy it too!
The Twister – Using your tongue and lots of saliva, you can perform a ultra-pleasurable and satisfying blow job technique I like to call the Twister. While holding his penis steady in one or both hands, start making a slow circular motion with your tongue around the top of his penis. You can alternate direction and speed to add some variety, but this blissful blow job technique alone is enough to give him a thrilling blow job from start to finish.
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Only one sleeve texture - This is only partially a con, because although there is only one type of sleeve texture, that one kind feels great. That being said, however, you'd think that on a product where you can change the size and orifice of the sleeve, you'd be able to change the texture inside. But maybe that old saying fits here - ‘Don't fix what ain't broken'.

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It may be that "few women praise the taste" of semen.[20] However, as with breast milk, the taste of semen may be altered by diet.[medical citation needed] There are anecdotal reports that higher red meat and dairy intake may increase its generally salty taste.[medical citation needed] Asparagus has been noted to cause bitterness, while parsley, celery, cinnamon, and many kinds of fruit (especially tropical) are noted to sweeten it.[medical citation needed]
I have recently been having a sexual relationship with a 37 year old man and I am 18 I tried giving him head (oral) and he didn’t cum he would get hard then get soft then get hard again but would not cum and I have never ever had a man not cum for me actually men have loved the tricks I do with my mouth what is the difference between oral sex for a young man and oral sex for An older man what does older men prefer when it comes to oral ……….is it more mental than physical

Sleeves come in 3 sizes - Have you ever purchased a male sex toy in the past, and you try to fill it up with your one-eyed monster just to find that it's like putting a square peg in a round hole? You're just too big? Okay, I haven't had that happen (some guys have though I imagine) - but I have had the opposite - I barely fill it up and of course then the sensations just aren't there. The Autoblow 2+ comes with three different sleeve sizes so you're sure to get the tight fit that you need for top level pleasure.
Only one sleeve texture - This is only partially a con, because although there is only one type of sleeve texture, that one kind feels great. That being said, however, you'd think that on a product where you can change the size and orifice of the sleeve, you'd be able to change the texture inside. But maybe that old saying fits here - ‘Don't fix what ain't broken'.
Ready to get primal? Get on all fours and allow him to stimulate you while you move and rock your hips. He can either be totally behind you if you're comfortable with his face so close to all your parts, or he can lie down and use his mouth around your clitoris. Enhance the primal experience of this position by making lots of noise, expressing your pleasure with moans, groans and even growls.

B/D, a form of BDSM, is bondage and discipline. Bondage includes the restraint of the body or mind.[55] D/S means "dominant and submissive." A dominant is someone who takes control of someone who wishes to give up control. A submissive is someone who gives up the control to a person who wishes to take control.[55] S/M (sadism and masochism) means an individual who takes pleasure in the humiliation or pain of others. Masochism means an individual who takes pleasure from their own pain or humiliation.[55]


I just wanted to say thank you for your advice. My husband had never been able to cum just from a blowjob ever before (not just from me but from any girl he's ever been with). I remember when we first started dating before we had sex or anything we were talking about our sexual likes and dislikes and I asked him if he liked getting head. He was kinda quiet and kind of avoided the question. I asked "was that a stupid question? " and he said no its just that every time a girl has given him head in the past he never came. I've been with him now 2 and a half years and had never been able to make him cum just by giving him head.
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