How To Give A Good Blow Job | sheerluxe.com
Despite recent statistics suggesting women are twice as likely to perform oral sex as men, research also shows only a third of women actually enjoy it. From easy ways to improve your technique, to tips on boosting confidence, we caught up with the experts for the lowdown on how to go down…
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UPDATED FEBRUARY 2020

Remember Foreplay

“When it comes to oral sex, don’t neglect foreplay. Take your time to build anticipation and desire to ensure you’re both equally turned on – this will lead to a better experience for both of you. If you’re with someone new, foreplay involving kissing, licking, stroking and breathing on his stomach and thighs will allow you to check out what you’re working with and what he likes.” – Alix Fox, Superdrug Sexpert

Hit The Right Spot

“If you want to know how to give a good blow job then the first thing you need to know is where on your man’s body is the most sensitive. As well as bringing your mouth up and down his whole penis, also look to stimulate the meatus (hole), frenulum (known as the banjo string), and the corona (the textured area under the head) – these areas need to be simultaneously stimulated for ejaculation. You can also stimulate and massage the prostate externally via the perineum for heightened sensation.” – Rebecca Dakin, The Great British Sexpert

Get Creative

“Introducing sex toys to the mix can take his pleasure to the next level and keep things varied. Try using a vibrator on the perineum, on the testicles and around the groin and anus. I recommend trying a vibrating bullet and a g-spot massager. Using a blindfold is also a great way to spice things up.” – Rebecca Dakin

Check In

“It’s important to remember all men are different and don’t necessarily like the same pressure, strokes and rhythm. Don’t be afraid to ask him what he likes and ask him to tell you if something is too fast, too strong or too slow. If you can trust the communication between you, you’ll be able to be playful and have the confidence to try something new.” – Jan Day, Relationship Expert & Coach

Use Your Hands

“If your partner’s penis is on the larger side, you may find blow jobs trickier to perform. Remember it’s okay to use your hands and mouth together. Use some lube or your saliva on your hands to start before adding your mouth. As some men approach orgasm, they can tend to thrust more deeply – if you don’t feel comfortable, remember it’s okay to pull back and tell him to slow down.” – Alix Fox

Vary The Pace

“Most men need consistency and a regular rhythm to make them orgasm but that doesn’t mean you can’t vary the pace. Start slow before building speed gradually, mixing up the sensations, movements and rhythm.” – Rebecca Dakin 

Make Eye Contact

“Making eye contact during oral sex may seem intimidating, but he’ll love every second of it. Warning though – this move is super intimate as extended eye contact triggers a release of oxytocin, the bonding hormone, in both of you. Use this move with caution and only with someone you’re ready to take it to a new level with.” – Alix Fox

Try Lube

“Keeping a tube of lube nearby when giving a blow job is useful, and means you can always turn to your hands if you are struggling. If you are using a water-based lubricant, check the ingredients and make sure you are happy to put that in your mouth. My favourite lube brand is Sliquid.” – Jan Day 

Go Hot And Cold

“Playing with temperature and sensations is a really simple way to up your game. Try taking a mouthful of warm tea, swill it around your mouth and swallow before taking your man’s penis into your mouth for 20 seconds; then take a mouthful of cold water and do the same. You can also try Champagne and ice for unexpected sensations.” – Alix Fox

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