Use these moves during foreplay—or make them the main event. What move is more likely to lead to an amazing O? Oral sex —receiving it, that is. Research bears this out. Here's How to Have Each. No wonder so many women love it—and why their partners love doing it.
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Hey, cutie. Just wanted to let you know that this story originally ran in our March issue , so if you like what you see, you should probably snag a hard copy ASAP. Finally, there are numbers to back up a sad-ass truth that straight women have known for too long: When it comes to oral sex, many dudes are tongue-tied. In a recent survey, 67 percent of hetero men admitted to sex-toy start-up company Cunni that they sometimes feel completely lost down there. And 59 percent are in the dark when it comes to knowing what their partner likes during oral—which may be the reason a lot of guys are skipping it entirely. Yep, women are more likely than men to perform oral on their partners, according to a study published in the Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality. Considering 73 percent of us require some kind of clitoral stimulation to orgasm or have better orgasms—and tongue attention is an effective way to get there—we have to close the oral-sex gap.
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Oral sex is one of the most intimate things you can do with a partner, not to mention, it also feels really effing good for whoever is receiving it. Seeing your partner in the throes of passion can also be a huge ego boosting turn-on for the giver as well, which kinda makes oral sex a win-win. If you wanna make sure your oral game is the best it can be when it comes to not only giving but also receiving, read on. Just like everything else with sex, getting crafty and mixing it up with a new trick or two is pretty low-risk, high-reward. Morgan also recommends blindfolding your partner obvi with their permission , as it heightens the senses and makes erogenous zones even more sensitive.
Whether you're dating someone new or just really want to give passionate oral sex to your current partner, everybody—and every vagina—is different. What pleased a previous partner may not work for your current sexual interest, and you may find yourself wondering whether there are other techniques out there that you're missing. We spoke with certified sex therapist Holly Richmond, Ph. With over two dozen techniques, we're sure one of these will help you do the trick. For many women, orgasming is physical and mental; they need to feel relaxed and in the mood.