Whether you use the technical term fellatio or call it a blowjob, going down, giving head, or something else, performing fellatio is an act that requires a lot of trust and a little bit of knowledge. If you believe everything you hear, you might think that guys love this so much technique and intent don't matter. Think again. In reality, there is a lot of variation in fellatio skills, and knowing how to read your partner, what to do to him, and when to do it can make all the difference. We mostly think of fellatio as being one person licking or sucking a partner's penis.
Sex columnist Anka Radakovich explains how to give your partner great oral sex and have her coming back for more. What do women really want? As a single, hetero woman, I have been with men who ranged from the one who had no idea what he doing downtown to another who was so skilled that I put a framed photo of his tongue on my desk. With just a few simple techniques, you can easily become a cunning linguist.
Stuff we feel neutral about: Chicken pot pie. But one thing you shouldn't have a take-it-or-leave-it attitude towards is tongue action. Oral is the form of sex that the majority of women say is most likely to give them an orgasm, says sex therapist Ian Kerner, PhD, author of She Comes First. Put these tips.