Skip navigation! Story from Sex. The only thing more satisfying than being on the receiving end of great oral sex is knowing that you did a great job performing it on your partner. To give is to receive, if you will. Every sexual partner has different taste — literally and figuratively — and when you figure out exactly what your partner likes, it can be intensely gratifying. Having a few go-to tips in your back pocket will make oral sex speed along for those times when you feel like you've been under water for hours.
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Many women have their go-to oral sex moves that they know will work every. But why keep all of that great intel to themselves? We asked around to get real women's best tips for amazing oral. The goal: To make it great for you and pretty damn mind-blowing for him. Use your hands to hold at the base. And ball play is always fair play.
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10 Tips for Better Oral Sex
Here's what they had to say about making it even more awesome, whether you're on the giving or receiving end. Because when it comes to giving head, everyone should be thoroughly enjoying themselves. Disclaimer: There's probably no list of tips where every item will appeal to every person. So take what you like and leave the rest.
Use these moves during foreplay—or make them the main event. No disrespect to penis-in-vagina intercourse, but penetration is not the easiest route to an orgasm for most women. What move is more likely to lead to an amazing O? Oral sex —receiving it, that is. Research bears this out.