Oral sex survey: 71% of women would NEVER let this happen


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DANGER: Oral sex comes with some unexpected risks

Whether you’re getting it every night or going through a dry spell, most people are curious about the sex habits of others.

How much sex is “normal”? What kinky fetishes are people fulfilling? And which sex acts are they performing the most?

Well, a recent study revealed that the average 18-29-year-old is having sex two times a week, while 30-39-year-olds are getting down to business just once a week.

People in their forties and fifties are only “doing it” a few times a month (if they’re lucky).

But what about oral sex?

Oral sex is quite popular amongst us Brits, with 60% of people saying they “gave it” during their last sexual encounter.

Like all sex acts, there are some health risks involved and protection should be used at all times to reduce the risk of STIs.

And a recent study, published in the International Journal of STD and AIDS, found that performing oral sex also increases your risk of chlamydial conjunctivitis.

The condition, more commonly known as pink eye, involves inflammation of the conjunctiva, the membranes that line the eyelid and the surface of the eye.

This led us to ask our readers “Have you ever got semen in your eye during oral sex?“. And the results were eye-opening (get it).


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Of the 200 people polled, 12% said “Yes – I ended up with pink eye”.

A further 17% said “Yes – It was painful for a while”. But a resounding 71% were appalled by the idea and said “No – why would you ever let that happen”.

Oral sex is a very intimate act and it’s important that everyone involved is enjoying it.

The best thing is to lay down some simple “rules” so giving a blowjob doesn’t feel like a job.

Here are three things you should never do when she’s giving you oral sex:

1. DON’T: Push her head down

This is rule number one. If a woman is pleasuring you don’t disrespect her by ramming her head down. This can strain her neck and make it difficult for her to breathe.

And lets face it she’s much less likely to do it again.


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WARNING: Gonorrhoea, chlamydia, genital herpes and syphilis can be caught through oral

2. DON’T: Finish without warning her

Despite what you see in porn, not every woman enjoys swallowing. Make sure you warn her before you blow your load and if you want to ejaculate on her, check with her first.

3. DON’T: Pressure her

Whatever you do don’t guilt-trip her into performing fellatio. Some women just don’t enjoy it.

If there is a particular reason she is put off you can talk through it, but if she’s still not up for it don’t pressure her.

Source: dailystar.co.uk

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