4 Things You Didn't Know About Oral Sex
When it comes to sex, it’s not just about the intercourse, it is about building up to the moment until you finally climax (or not). The Big O is quite elusive to women while it’s easier to hit the jackpot with men. There are, however, very many ways you can lead a woman or a man to orgasm. Remember, number 7 on Monica’s list? Yes, that’s right.
There are still many people who are uncomfortable or find it ‘dirty’ to engage in oral intercourse. In that case, you need to be in line with your partner about what you want, and vice and versa. While oral intercourse can be really pleasurable, here are four tiny things that may have slipped your mind while going down:
You Do NOT Lose Virginity With Oral Sex
Unlike popular notion, you do not lose virginity with oral sex. It is only penetrative sex. “You can lose your virginity only when there is a physical penetration. People should learn about the scientific logic and remove their emotional barriers from their mind. Though oral sex can take away their emotional virginity,” as quoted by Dr. Megha Hazuria Gore, clinical psychologist, in Times of India. Leading extremely active life like cycling and workout can also lead to hymen-breakage.
Oral Intercourse Can Be Hygienic
It as hygienic as one tries to keep it. One’s personal hygiene is completely dependent on the person’s habits and cannot be generalised. It is only threatening when there are multiple partners involved – with unprotected sex.
You Can Orgasm With Oral Sex
In fact, there are many women and men who find reaching the peak easier and more intense while performing oral stimulation than natural sex. It is often a part of foreplay however, it can arouse one to climax better and in a much fulfilling way. “During the oral sex act, the woman's clitoris gets stimulated and evidently, they find the orgasm more pleasurable and satisfactory. It applies to men also, as it's like a masturbation act,” adds Dr. Shivani Sachdev Gour, fertility expert, Phoenix Hospital, to Times of India.
Condoms Can Be Used During Oral Sex
Condoms are 97 per cent safe most times and hence is the safest mode of having protected sex. While most use it during intercourse, it is nowhere mandatory to restrict it only to that, considering sexually transmitted infections can easily be transmitted via this mode. You can use condoms (flavoured ones, specifically designed for oral) to avoid uncomfortable situations during the act.
Also Read: 4 Ways How Bad Sex Can Affect Your Relationship Adversely