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Are you having difficulty mastering the art of oral sex? Good oral is a key part of foreplay, but can be a full-on sexual experience in its own right. All you need to do is try out new movements and rhythms and continually learn from her conscious and unconscious feedback.
One of the crucial points to remember is that all women are different. What works for one might not work for another, and what worked last night might not work tonight. Your ability to respond to her feedback is arguably just as important as your skill with your tongue. It can be tempting to skip the oral or only do it for a few minutes. Giving oral also helps raise her arousal level to meet your own, and ensures that she enjoys your encounter as much as you do.
How long do you need to go for? That depends on the woman. Until she orgasms would be good, but she might ask you to stop before then. A classic mistake with oral is that you just dive in with your tongue flicking away at lightning speed. But this can be uncomfortable for the woman. You need to start out slowly. In fact, start out by steering clear of her vagina.
Kiss her lips, neck, breasts, the inside of her thighs. Make her wait for the real action. When you do finally get down there, avoid the clitoris for a while, licking around it rather than touching it. And when you do get to the clitoris, start slowly. Tickle it with your tongue and only slowly start to add more pressure to your movements.
You want to tease to please. This will do much more to turn her on than just getting straight down to business. The flat surface on top of your tongue is soft and flexible, whilst the tip is harder and can exert more pressure. You want to use the full part of your tongue at first, maybe moving to the tip later.