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6 Things You Can Do to Pass the Time While Giving a Blow Job

6 Things You Can Do to Pass the Time While Giving a Blow Job

There’s something undeniably intoxicating about giving your guy the kind of pleasure that will have him moaning to the rafters. Still, blow jobs always seem to take infinitely longer than initially anticipated; and unlike regular jobs, blow jobs don’t come with Internet access or free coffee to help you while away the minutes. That doesn’t mean, however, that there aren’t ways to keep your mind occupied while you keep him mesmerized with bliss. Here are seven ways to do just that. 1. Use Your Tongue to Play Word Games Start by spelling out the first word that comes to your mouth (hopefully it’s not G-A-G), and then see how quickly you can come up with a word that begins with the letter you ended on. By the time he’s D-O-N-E, you will have strengthened your vocabulary and your endurance! 2. Play the Air Harmonica Embrace your inner folk singer by imagining that you’re throwing down a soulful air harmonica tune. Picture each note as you’re playing it, and for bonus points, see if you can also remember all the lyrics to the song you’re playing. We’d say you should take this act on the road, but that might be kind of awkward for your friends and family. 3. Practice Your Yoga Breathing If focusing on your breath can keep your mind occupied while you move through sun salutations, it can certainly get you through a few minutes of having a mouthful. Namaste. 4. Challenge Yourself to a One-Person Game of “Would You Rather?” Playing a game of chicken with your tonsils feels like a stroll through the park when you’re contemplating whether you’d rather only eat fish guts for the rest of your life or have body hair that grew out as dread locks that you could never shave. RELATED:…
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Guidelines for Anal Sex

Anal sex could seem strange to some people because of their first impressions about it or even their feelings about it. Well! No one should be criticized for their views on anal sex because we all have different views. Anal sex is an interesting and exciting practice. One of the first things to to bear in mind when it comes to anal sex is that the anus is no where equivalent in nerve endings compared to the vagina for pleasure during sexual intercourse. So it is very obvious that extra precaution is required for anal sex since the anus cannot produce lubricating fluids like the vagina. An anal lube is the ultimate solution for anal sex. If not careful in some cases, if a couple does not use adequate lube whilst having anal sex, it will cause a tear within the anus, and cause incredible discomfort. So without any doubt, an anal lube is the perfect thing to use when having anal sex to help make things convenient, tender, secure and to not mention longer lasting. ANAL SEX AND THE IMPORTANCE OF LUBRICANT When it comes to anal sex it does not matter how skilled you are, anal lubricants are fundamental on account that the anus and rectum don’t naturally provide their own lubrication hence intercourse without an anal lube can be a exceptionally painful experience. Anal lubricants aid the participant to have more satisfying anal intercourse. Can anybody take part in anal sex? A widespread misconception surrounding anal intercourse is that it is solely the pursuit for gay men. This is not true. Many straight couples also get pleasure from anal sex. Anal lubricants and condoms can help to ease the penis into the anus for easy insertion. Nonetheless, it is important that anal sex is taken slowly at…
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How to Perform Pain-Free Anal Sex

Blatantly put, anal sex is penetration of the anus for sexual pleasure. When one first passes the thought through their psyche the first thought is penetration of a penis into the anal cavity. Anal stimulation, done correctly and painlessly, is another plateau of sexual expression and pleasure. When it is performed by a man, usually it is performed in stages with the ultimate experience being penis injection into the anus of his partner. Anal sex performed by a woman on a man is insertion of specifically designed “anal toys” or finger into the anal cavity. There is a protocol to follow that assures it a pleasurable and pain free experience. It is mutual between partners beforehand on the decision to engage in anal sex as well as choosing a word to signal the presence of any discomfort. Things you need to know about anal sex The tissue lining of the anus is thin and covers a high density of small capillaries and an abundance of nerve endings. The anus also contains much bacteria laden residue from the body’s refuse. Anal secretions should not be mixed with vaginal or oral secretions, ever! Thorough cleaning of body parts and anal toys that came in contact with the anus/rectum is necessary to prevent bacterial infection. One of these infections from anal secretion is Methicillin Staphylococcus Aureus, an antibiotic resistant bacterium more widely known as MRSA. The anal canal is about two inches long and has two circular muscles that constrict and expand to support the natural function of feces or flatulence expulsion or retention. The anus muscles (anal sphincters) must be in a relaxed state to avoid painful anal sex. On a man, know that the prostate gland lies between the rectum cavity and other reproductive organs which make it an area of…
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10 Biggest Myths About Anal Sex

After chatting with a 39-year-old mom who loves anal sex, I got to thinking about the precise ways in which anal is taboo — and how to mythbust them. Clinical Sexologist and Marriage and Family Therapist Dr. Kat Van Kirk weighed in on what’s true about anal, and what’s not. THE MYTH: IT WILL HURT. The truth: Anal sex doesn’t have to hurt. It’s often just done incorrectly. Many women find it incredibly pleasurable, and some even report having orgasms with them. If you and your partner start slow, work your way into insertion with smaller implements like fingers and sex toys and use plenty of lube, pain will be the last thing on your mind. THE MYTH: ONCE IT HURTS, IT WILL ALWAYS HURT. The truth: So you tried it once and insertion hurt really bad. You made your partner stop and vowed never to go “back” there again. You don’t have to shut the backdoor because of one or two negative experiences. Most of these experiences have to do with not following the above instructions: go slow, graduate in size and use lube. Plus there is a nice trick to get you relaxed. If you also stimulate your clitoris at the same time it can encourage the pleasure over pain response.    THE MYTH: ONLY “SLUTS” HAVE ANAL SEX. The truth: You’ve always heard that bad girls are the only ones willing to have anal sex. In actuality, anal sex has been voted the number one taboo sexual behavior that heterosexual couples want to try. So obviously, we all can’t be sluts. There’s a natural curiosity about our bodies and if there is pleasure to be had, you should feel you can explore that in a safe and healthy way. THE MYTH: HAVING ANAL SEX WILL SAVE YOUR…
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An Anal Sex Expert Answers 20 Questions You’ve Been DYING To Ask

Get the goods on joining the backdoor betty club. Dr. Hilda Hutcherson loves sex toys, believes the world is much too porno-phobic, and thinks more women should give anal sex a try. In other words, she’s the gynecologist every guy wants his girlfriend to meet. Women who don’t enjoy anal sex, she says, are probably doing it wrong. Intrigued, I scheduled an 8am consultation with the doctor to get the goods on joining the backdoor betty club. 1. I’m pretty sure the butt wasn’t made to be penetrated. Is anal sex bad for you? You’re not going to hurt yourself if you follow the rules. 2. There are official anal sex rules? You’ve got to want it. You’ve got to use lots of lubricant. And you’ve got to take it slowly. 3. How much, exactly, is a lot of lube? You need A LOT. You’ve got to rub it all over the penis. Then, using your fingers, put the lubricant around the anal opening and up inside. 4. One of my friends said Astroglide is not good for anal. Glycerin-based lubes (like Astroglide) don’t last long enough. A silicone-based lubricant is going to be a lot better for anal sex. If you use one of the others, you have to stop, put more on, re-enter … it’s just a mess. 5. Anal sex is probably a messy endeavor anyway, right? No, no! I wouldn’t say so, but everybody thinks you’re going to have feces all over the place. 6. Really? Because I’ve heard stories. Well, if she were constipated, yes. Otherwise, no, not if she has normal bowel functions. The anus does not usually have feces until it’s ready to evacuate. 7. Can all women orgasm from anal sex? Every woman has the ability to orgasm, physiologically, because the space between…
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