Research shows that straight women statistically have fewer orgasms than any other demographic, including lesbians. And then there are fools like this who think making a woman come runs counter to their masculinity. Responses have been edited for clarity and style. One last name has been withheld for privacy.
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Cunnilingus can be the best thing in the whole entire world. To be fair though, vulvas and vaginas are tough to navigate. They're all different and enjoy a variety of things—sometimes simultaneously. So, we get it, figuring out what each woman is into can be challenging to say the least. Some women like turbo-pressure on their clit, and others prefer a low-key flat tongue pressing against their vulva—though, who can know until you ask or try? Here are 13 tips to hopefully make the experience more pleasurable for you, and less of a lizard-licking motion you dread.
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We asked sex educators and sex therapists to share their best advice on how to make it a very satisfying experience for all involved. Note: Just remember these are general tips. Focus on a slow buildup maybe start with a body massage or a make-out session , then pay special attention to the clitoris, which, for many women, must be stimulated in order for them to have an orgasm. Try circles, moving your tongue up and down, or left to right.
Some people spend years hunting down a single formula for mastering oral sex that makes them the World Champion of Mouth Stuff every single time. But when it comes to oral sex, every partner — and, indeed, every time — is different. This makes a one-size-fits-all approach pretty ineffective. As with anything else related to sexually pleasuring a partner, the very best advice is to communicate with them before and during! What excites them?