#6. Use some form of protection.
If you’re having oral sex, you’re still susceptible to infections. Use condoms or a dam, available at your local clinic.
#7. Don't rush into it. Ease your way into the moment.
If either of you are short on time, don’t try to squeeze in oral sex or any kind of sex for that matter. It’s much more enjoyable when both parties can relax and fully enjoy one another.
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#8. Practice equality.
Be fair. If your partner is interested in receiving oral sex, don’t just leave them hanging after you’ve gone. If you’re too exhausted at this point, maybe you should consider going second.
#9. Make sure your partner feels comfortable before, during, and after.
It doesn’t matter if you’re in a car, on a bed, or somewhere else. Make sure both you and your partner are in comfortable positions. You never know how long you’ll be in that position.
#10. When it comes to technique, there are some tips you can follow.
When performing on a male, you can place the tip of your tongue on the roof of your mouth. It gives him the illusion that you are taking him all the way in. Another thing that can really turn him on, according to Matt Togni in his article ‘A Gay Man’s Guide to Giving Good Oral’, is licking the length of his groin from the bottom to the tip.
In general, if your partner tells you they’re about to orgasm, unless they specifically request it, don’t feel pressured to go faster or harder. Just keep doing what you’re doing to avoid strain and burnout. These are just a few tips, but you can definitely find more that work for you.