7 Steps to Giving Great Oral Pleasure to a Woman

My lesbian friends are some of the luckiest women I know. They have told me many times that until I've received oral sexy from another woman, I haven't really experienced it. They say that no one knows how to perform cunnilingus like another girl. I’m not sure about that, but I do know that over the years, some of the guys I’ve been with should have brought a road map. They had no clue what they were doing, and that wasn’t much fun for me.

So guys and ladies, if you’re not sure what to do down there, you had better read this article. If you haven’t made your partner’s toes curl and nipples harden because of your technique, you need to learn these seven steps to give great oral sex to a woman.

Step 1

Begin the session by kissing, stroking and fondling her whole body until she is very aroused. Yes, her whole body contains erogenous zones that need to be caressed and sensitized to begin with. Do not touch her labia or clitoris at all during this stage. Stay focused on getting her oohing and ahhing over the sensation of your touch. Once she’s excited, she can lay back and spread her legs with her knees up or spread like a "V" to allow you easy access to her genitals. Once she’s comfortable, kneel or lie between her legs in a comfortable position, with your hands free and your face up close to her genitals.

Step 2

Gently part her labia (lips) and while holding her lips open, lift the clitoral hood. If her clitoris is back inside of the hood, gently run your fingers along the sides of the hood to expose the clitoris.

Step 3

Wet your lips and lick the tissue along the sides, above and below the clitoris with long, broad and gentle tongue strokes. This area around the clitoris has hundreds of nerve endings that connect to the love button. For added variation, bring a mini massager and alternate it with your tongue.

Step 4

Experiment with your tongue strokes and pay particular attention to her responses. Vary the amount of pressure you apply as well as the speed of your licking. Her moans will tell you what she likes. If you can’t tell, just ask her what she likes best. Talk to her in a soothing, sensual tone.

Step 5

Put your lips around the sides of her clitoris and gently suck on the area. Start licking the surrounding tissue and then alternate between licking and light sucking actions.

Step 6

Try directly licking the clitoris to see if she likes it. Not all women like the intense stimulation from direct clitoral contact. If she likes it, start licking and use your hands to gently caress and rub other areas of her body. Pay attention to inner thighs and nipples. These are two common erogenous zones in women.

Step 7

Cover the entire clitoral shaft with your mouth. Gently suck and stroke her clitoris with your mouth and tongue. At this point, don’t move your mouth from her clitoris until she has reached orgasm. If you can, look up at her and make eye contact to show her how much you enjoy giving her pleasure.
As a woman, I have fond memories of guys who were great at performing cunnilingus. So if you want to give your partner great oral pleasure, I strongly suggest you try these oral techniques. I have experienced these exact moves and I love them! I’m sure the woman in your life will love them, too. When you give such intense pleasure to a woman, she will be more excited about you, have intense feelings towards you, feel cared for, wanted, sexy and ready to please you.

If you successfully master these seven techniques, you will have one satisfied, happy, sexually charged woman on your hands. What more could you ask for? Try it today or tonight and you'll see what I mean. Forget about blowing in her ear to get her to follow you anywhere.

Bi Girls: First Time Oral Sex with a Woman

A few tips for your first time oral experience.
If it’s your first time having oral sex with a woman, don’t be afraid to let her know you’ve never done this before. Let her know you’re eager to get to work, but not quite sure of the lay of the land.


Make sure you spend some time getting her aroused before you head south. Kiss her, caress her breasts, press your bodies close together, bump and grind.

When you’re ready, pull down her pants. Go ahead and kiss her on the outside of her panties before you remove them.

Start gently and build up the intensity: Be gentle. Don’t go at her like a dog to a bone. Kiss her outside labia and gently run your tongue between her lips. Notice if she’s wet. Pay attention to what she does with her body. Does she arch her back and push up to meet your tongue? This is a sure sign that she’s ready for you to get more active down there. Pay attention to her verbal and nonverbal communication.

Bisexual Dating: Fulfill Your Fantasy to Be with Another Woman

Here's some solid advice to help you fulfill your fantasy about being with another woman.

Maybe the urge to be with another woman has been there for a long time or maybe you discovered it after watching some steamy sex scenes on cable t.v., but now your curiosity is keeping you wondering what it would be like.


Keep in mind that there are differences in approaching a woman based on whether she is lesbian, bisexual, or bi-curious. There are also differences in the overall experience of being with a woman depending on their sexual orientation. Sex with another woman can be super hot and like nothing you have ever imagined. It's not like you’ve seen depicted in some “straight” girl-on-girl porn flick that you may have watched with your boyfriend.

Bisexual Dating: Picking Up Another Woman

How You Get The Girl... How You Get The Girl...
 
Want to pick up another girl? You don't have that much practice with being the aggressor, the one who makes all the moves, the one who comes up with the witticisms that win her over and get her interest and attention."How are YOU doing?" "Gee, you smell good." "I just love your beautiful eyes." "Want to get out of here and find a quiet place?"

Ah, that's usually what is done to you, when someone is trying to pick you up. You merely react and respond to what is tossed your way, and decide if you are interested enough to say yes and find out more. Well now the shoe is on the other foot. As a bisexual woman seeking out another woman, you need to put yourself out there, be vulnerable to rejection and go after who and what you want.
"So how do I do that?" you ask. Here are a few tips to help you be that aggressive, charming, funny, intriguing girl that she just has to have more of.
Make eye contact.

You know what I mean. When you see that girl who just makes your mouth drop open, or feel you just have to get to know her, get her to look you in the eyes. Do the staring/glancing/I want to get to know you eye contact thing. Let her know you are interested with your eyes.

It sounds like a basic concept, but when you do that eye contact thing, it tells her you are interested in her in a way beyond "I like your hair" or "I like your dress". It's an unspoken agreement that you are sending her the "bi vibe" and waiting for her consensual approval and like-minded return vibe. You'll know it is happening because you'll feel the hair on the back of your neck stand up and feel your heart start to beat more rapidly. This is a very important starting point so don't be shy about it. Look right into her and let her know you like what you see.

Be confident.

Confidence is attractive. She will

Bare Down There: Women, Politics and Pubic Hair

Young women are choosing to remove their pubic hair in record numbers.

Last weekend, I went to see my daughter in a university production of Eve Ensler’s The Vagina Monologues, the successful and somewhat cultish play that brings the V-word out from the shadows. On the way in, we were offered marker pens and encouraged to write on a large sheet of paper what our vaginas would say if they could talk.

My younger daughter and I were a little too British to give this novel gimmick our full attention, but I watched what the other women in the audience wrote. “Oh, hang on while I clear the cobwebs away.” “Talk about a lean period.” But then I saw that someone among the largely student, and presumably broadly feminist, audience had written, “I need a shave.” I snatched up a pen and replied (though never having conversed with a vagina before), “No you DON’T.”
Those familiar with The Vagina Monologues will remember that it contains an entire sequence concerning pubic hair. In it, a woman describes in eye-watering detail the painful process of removing her pubic hair at the request of a lover – the smarting, the soreness and the vague discomfort of trying to comply with the fetish of a sexual partner. The play was first produced in 1996 and yes, at that time, preferring to make love to a woman without pubic hair was considered to be a bit of a fetish.