#11. Make use of your whole mouth.
You’re well equipped, so why not take advantage of it? Don’t just use you the tip of your tongue, use your lips and mouth. This’ll also give you a chance to give some parts a break.
#12. With that said, be careful not to hurt one another.
Some people like to perform oral sex in a hungry fashion. They just go at it and there’s nothing wrong with that. That is, unless you’re actually hurting your partner. If performing on a male, stimulate, don’t squeeze. Avoid using your teeth. Place your lips over your teeth when performing fellatio to avoid any horrific accidents. Don’t bite. These are sensitive parts.
#13. Worried about how you taste?
Some people avoid oral altogether because they’re worried about how they smell and taste. While you can consume fruits like pineapples to give your fluids a sweeter taste, you should know that your body is fine the way it is. Your best bet, however, is getting used to your own anatomy. You can do this by sleeping naked, exploring your body, or looking at the area with a pocket mirror. If you’re worried that there is something wrong, visit a clinic.
#14. Use pillows for added support.
Pillows are great. If your partner is kneeling, place one on the floor. If they’re receiving, place one below the bum to raise their hips.
#15. If you're feeling adventurous, practice multitasking.
While some lovers prefer the traditional route, others like to incorporate a variety of other things, anything from hands (stimulating, slapping, etc.) to a vibrator. Make sure you receive your partner’s permission before throwing anything new into the mix.
#16. Don't do this.
This is something that some folks might do after watching it in a film or porno, but it’s a huge turn off and perhaps the cockiest thing you could do while receiving oral.
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#17. Understand how to make your partner feel sexy.
There are some things you can do to let your partner know you’re enjoying it when giving or receiving. You can moan or talk dirty (pay attention or ask what turns them on, because some people are turned off by too much talking).
Also, embarrassing things can happen during oral sex but don’t blatantly point them out or laugh. It’ll only make your partner feel unsexy and they’re probably already embarrassed as is.
#18. Agree on what happens afterwards.
Don’t assume you can just make a pearl necklace, have them swallow, or give them a facial without their permission. Ask where it’s okay to ejaculate. Whatever you decide on, make sure that you clean up (plain water is fine, avoid anything that can cause small cuts in the mouth and allow infection to pass through) and use the restroom as necessary.
#19. Show your partner some respect when it's all over.
It doesn’t matter if you’re transitioning into another sex act or heading to bed, find a way to show that you appreciate your partner for the intimate moment you shared, even if it was just for the night.