Oral sex can be tricky: some men may think they have all the right moves, when in fact they're doing it all wrong. While most research indicates that clitoral stimulation is key for women to reach orgasm, that doesn't mean that men should only spend a few seconds down there and expect their partners to be satisfied. Making a woman come takes time and effort, and the only thing worse than being bad at oral sex is not trying to please your partner at all. To figure out some of the most common mistakes men make during oral sex, we spoke to six different women to get their takes. That said, knowledge is power, and being familiar with the female anatomy will only aid your cause.
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We hope not—but it's worth asking a gynecologist for the facts. Eighty-five percent of women have been on the receiving end of oral sex , according to a national study released over the summer. That's equal to the number of guys who have received oral sex as well. Based on the study results, it stands to reason that oral pleasure is a standard part of most couples' sexual repertoire. But even though the practice is so widespread, there's not a lot of clear information out there about the potential health risks if you're getting, not giving.
Here are a few reasons women may not be into giving head. Traditionally—and research finds this is still true in many modern relationships—women are often presented as more passive than men during sex, says study author Jessica Wood, a Ph. So check in with her during sex. And reassure her of what feels good to you, too.
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