What is oral sex?
Oral sex is stimulating the genitals with the mouth, lips and tongue, by kissing, sucking, licking and nibbling. Many people use oral sex as foreplay or a substitute for intercourse, because it can be just as important and enjoyable as full sex. If you’d like to try oral sex with your partner, you should make sure you’re clean first. Although don’t forget that the natural taste and smell of your body might be what attracts them most, so don’t cover up with perfumes or deodorant. A good tip if you’re concerned about how you or your partner smells, is to suggest taking a shower together. When you’re clean and fresh, you’ll feel more comfortable. If you’re worried about the way you look, try dimming the lights and lighting candles to boost your confidence. Remember to try different techniques until you find out what your partner likes. Some people prefer gentle oral sex, with plenty of kisses to the areas around the genitals first, whereas others favour a firmer approach! Just listen and
Oral sex is the use of the mouth on the genitals. When performed on a man it is called ‘fellatio’. When performed on a woman it is called ‘cunnilingus’. Is oral sex really sex? Oral sex is a kind of sex that people can choose to engage in. Some people don’t consider oral sex to be sex because there is no penis-vagina contact. There is nothing wrong with oral sex. It doesn’t make you any less of a man or any less of a woman if you like to perform cunnilingus. Most couples engage in oral sex on a regular basis. In a Spring 2006 survey, 78.9% of KU students indicate having engaged in oral sex at some time and 48.7% have had oral sex in the past month but only 3% of those students said that they used a condom while having oral sex 1. Can I get an STD from oral sex? Yes, in fact you can. Some STDs are more easily transmittable than others during oral sex but all of the most common STDs can be transmitted and obtained through oral sex. STDs most easily obtained through oral sex are herpes, s