Like any other type of sex, oral sex or 69 poses can be done in a variety of ways. This includes pleasing (or pleasing) your partner’s genitals through your mouth and tongue. As World Oral Sex Day was recently celebrated, let’s look at the answers to the most popular questions people usually ask about this topic.
What does sperm taste like?
The taste of sperm is affected by various factors. Its general composition is 2/3 of the sperm and 1/3 of the fluid from the prostate. It may taste salty, bitter, sweet, but it may not have a pronounced taste. To change the taste of sperm, a man can make various lifestyle changes.
How does a woman’s vagina taste?
Like sperm, the taste of the vagina can vary from person to person. It can also vary in different parts of the menstrual cycle, where secretions change due to hormonal fluctuations. In essence, they can also have a salty, bitter, or sweet taste, and can have changes in texture and color.
Is it necessary to wash the vagina before oral sex?
Proper hygiene should be ensured. You don’t have to wash more than you would in a normal shower. It is definitely not necessary to wash the inside of the genitals with a shower. A shower jet at this location can actually rid it of various healthy and necessary bacteria located in a woman’s vagina.
There is also absolutely no reason to worry about the smell or taste of the vagina. The smell of a healthy person in this part of the body is completely normal, and pheromones actually play an important role in building intimate relationships.
Can I get an STD during oral sex?
This question about oral sex is important because yes, you can catch a sexually transmitted disease during it. Most STDs are spread by absorbing body fluids from someone else, including the other’s mouth. The most common STD for oral sex is herpes.
What is the most sensitive part of the penis?
You should definitely know the answer to this question to please your partner. Although each person’s body is different, the most sensitive part of the penis is usually the one below the penis, just behind the penis head. ( Here’s more information on that.)
Is it safe to swallow?
This is a completely personal choice; however, there are no known risks other than concerns about STDs. It is best to know that your partner has been tested for STDs.
What if my partner wants it but I don’t?
Think about it and carefully explain your position to the other. It is not a crime – it is a choice you make. The other will just have to deal with it!
Whether you are trying the 69 pose, giving or receiving oral pleasure, or looking for an oral sex stimulator to masturbate with, we hope you have a very pleasant day!