The first time I heard a mother of girls talk about the teenage oral-sex craze, I made her cry. The story she told me—about a bar mitzvah dinner dance on the North Shore of Chicago, where the girls serviced all the boys on the chartered bus from the temple to the reception hall—was so preposterous that I burst out laughing. The thought of thirteen-year-old girls in party dresses performing a sex act once considered the province of prostitutes we are talking here about the on-your-knees variety given to a series of near strangers was so ludicrous that all I could do was giggle. It was as though I had taken lightly the news that a pedophile had moved into my friend's neighborhood.
Unfortunately, conventional wisdom has it that women hate giving them. And, indeed, many women do. As with most sexual escapades, it all boils down to the person, chemistry and the heat of the moment. Sex is all timing and confidence. That said, to get the world-class blow job you so desire, there are a few things to remember about overall preferences of women. Remember when you were young, awkward and just starting to learn about sex? Remember that terrible time? We have all been there. In high school, many girls felt pressure to give blow jobs whether they wanted to or not, as a logical precursor to having intercourse.
Why do women love oral sex?
But great oral sex can send a woman to 7th heaven, to say the least. For women, cunnilingus is the equivalent of a blowjob for men. Your girl will thank you and ask for it again and again. Another thing that women love about oral sex is the aspect of extreme intimacy and sensuality to be found in the mouth, lips, and tongue of her man, at once hot and wet, fluctuating between sweetness and strength. As a general rule, a woman needs more time to reach orgasm than a man.
About two-thirds of older teens and young adults in the United States have had oral sex, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Between and , 66 percent of women and 65 percent of men ages 15 to 24 reported they had either given or received oral sex with a partner of the opposite sex, the report found. Similar percentages reported having vaginal intercourse, with 67 percent of young women saying they had ever had sex, and 63 percent of young men saying the same. The new report was one of the first to gather information on whether teens and young adults tend to have oral sex before or after they first have vaginal intercourse.