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But what is oral sex? And does it come with any risks? Whether you are thinking about having oral sex for the first time or just want some more information — read on for tips on how to have oral sex safely and Blowjob hiv risk, and answers to some of the most common questions.

Oral sex can be a good way to discover new pleasures with your partner, but deciding whether you want to do it is a very personal choice — not everyone likes it and not everyone tries it!

A lot has been written about how to give the best oral sex. But the truth is that different things work for different people. Remember that it can take a while to work out what makes someone feel good.

The best thing to do is to carry on communicating with your partner. Ask them to tell you what feels nice and let them know when you are enjoying something.

But remember that you can pause or stop at any point you want, and the same is true for your partner. You can start oral sex Blowjob hiv risk a man whether his penis is erect or not.

You can keep moving your fingers down slowly until you reach the point where it feels deep enough inside your mouth. You can experiment with different tongue, mouth and head movements to see what works best but never use your teeth unless asked!

Take your time to explore her upper thighs and the area Blowjob hiv risk her vagina first, to help her get aroused. The most sensitive part of the vagina for a woman is the clitoris, which has more than 8, nerve endings.

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But the whole pelvic area is very sensitive. Gently part the outer lips of the vagina and look for the vaginal opening, and the hooded clitoris just above it. Start off softly, using a relaxed tongue to make slow movements and work up to faster movements with a firmer, pointed tongue.

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You can experiment with making different patterns with your tongue and try different rhythms — taking cues from your partner as to what she enjoys most. If you are concerned about hygiene, ask your partner to wash first - water and a gentle washcloth should do the trick.

You could also bathe together as part of foreplay. You can begin by gently kissing and fondling the area around the anus including the perineum the area Blowjob hiv risk skin between the Blowjob hiv risk and the anus. You can then work your way in to the anus by circling your tongue around the outer area and finally inserting your tongue. You can try licking, sucking, probing and nibbling gently — taking cues from your partner about what feels good to them.

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