22 August, 2010

How to give a GREAT blowjob

Communication is key. Ask what your partner likes. Ask which parts are their favourites, which parts like which kinds of sensations and which parts are too sensitive. To break it down, there are a few main areas to think of: the head, the frenulum, the shaft, the balls and potentially the perineum.

  • The head is very sensitive and is most often the place I like to start. If your partner has a foreskin, pull it back gently and start to kiss and flick it gently with your tongue. As your partner becomes more aroused, you can start playing around with licking in longer, flatter tongue motions and in circular motions around the head. Then, start to take the head in your mouth while repeating the same tongue motions. Some people like a tighter seal than others, so play around with gently sucking the head, possibly pulling it out of your mouth while keeping your lips sealed. This sensation isn’t for everyone, but those who like it REALLY like it. Plus, it makes such a fun sound
  • The frenulum is the area on the bottom side of the penis where the head connects to the foreskin (if uncircumcised) or where the head meets the shaft. This is an area with a lot of nerves, so you can focus some attention on it by kissing, licking or taking the area in your mouth and giving it an open mouthed kiss of sorts with varying tongue speeds, pressures and patterns.
  • For the shaft, you can lick it like a dripping ice cream cone, you can tilt your head and put your open mouth on the side much like you would the frenulum or you can experiment with taking the whole penis in your mouth and try deep throating. Figure out where your gag reflex hits and play around with it, never pushing it too deep. Over time, if you take yourself to right before your gag reflex hits and just hold or move up and down lightly at that spot, you will train your gag reflex to calm down a bit. Once you open up more room in your throat, you’ll be able to deep throat. Deep throating also relies a lot on angles and you want the curve to be going down your throat. If your partner’s penis is curved up or to either side, you may need to approach it from a different angle. Just envision the penis curve fitting your mouth/throat and try to go from there. Read on >>

1 comment:

1manview said...

Great article, left a moisten head in my shorts visualizing this. I will now have to let my wide read it.