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Cunnilingus

What is cunnilingus?

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Cunnilingus is a sexual practice that involves oral stimulation of the female genitalia, specifically the clitoris, vulva, and other areas. It is a form of oral sex performed by a partner on a person with a vulva, and it is often considered a pleasurable and intimate activity in sexual relationships. The term "cunnilingus" is derived from the Latin words "cunnus" (vulva) and "lingere" (to lick).

What makes it hot?

Cunnilingus involves direct oral stimulation of sensitive areas, particularly the clitoris, which is highly responsive to touch. The closeness and intensity of the act can create a sense of vulnerability and intimacy, fostering a deep emotional connection between partners. Additionally, cunnilingus allows for a variety of sensations, including the exploration of different techniques and rhythms, contributing to heightened arousal and sexual satisfaction.

Techniques can vary, and different people like different things. Communication is key to understanding what techniques and rhythms are most pleasurable for your partner.

While many individuals find cunnilingus pleasurable, preferences can vary. Don't automatically blame yourself if your partner doesn't enjoy it.

Orgasmic response varies among individuals. Some may reach orgasm through cunnilingus, while others may prefer penetration or hand stimulation to achieve orgasm.

DO

Communicate: Prioritise open communication with your partner. Ask for feedback, listen to their cues, and be responsive to their preferences during cunnilingus.

Focus on the clit: The clitoris is a highly sensitive area, and many individuals find direct stimulation pleasurable. Pay attention to your partner's reactions and adjust your approach accordingly.

Build it up: The key to good oral sex is a rhythm that slowly builds. Start incredibly soft, and gradually build.

 

DON'T

Worry about orgasm: Don't focus on the possibility of orgasm, but enjoy exploring the most intimate area of your partner. Put your heart into it!

Rush: Take your time and enjoy the process. Rushing through cunnilingus can diminish its pleasurable effects. Explore different techniques and rhythms to find what works best.

Neglect aftercare: After engaging in cunnilingus, provide emotional support and aftercare. Check in with your partner, offer affection, and ensure they feel comfortable and cared for.