Hot tips on how to improve your oral sex
"Cover his cock with honey and suck it clean... it increases the suction, the saliva and the sensation. Lick up and down the shaft of his cock, and include the balls in your tongue ray, before taking the head of his cock into your mouth. Try not to [brush?] before oral sex, as bleeding gums could be an entry point for HIV or other STD's. Wash with a salt rinse before oral sex. Any stinging will warn you of cuts and sores in your mouth... things to watch out for! Decide what's safe for you -- and go for it!!! If you're sucking a cock with a condom on it, make sure there's water based lubricant inside and hold the condom at the base while you suck. Don't have so much alcohol before oral sex that you can't work up a cgood amount of saliva. Enjoy yourself. If you find his cock too large to 'deep throat,' wet the inside of your hand to rub the rest of his cock while you suck on as much as you can comfortably take. Go easy at first if he has a foreskin; let him set the pace. If he wants to pull out- let him. He may not feel good about coming in your mouth! Don't gag!! Never position yourself in such a way that you can't pull your head away if need be. If he has a small to medium sized cock, try taking his balls into your mouth as well (discreetly. There's no need to make him feel inadequate)."
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AIDS Education Collection
AIDS (Disease)--TransmissionAlcoholOral sexPenisSafe sex in AIDS prevention
42.0cm x 29.5cm
University of Rochester, River Campus Libraries, Department of Rare Books, Special Collections & Preservation
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