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Oh, and obviously while also sensually gazing at the camera every few seconds and moaning happily. Reality check: women either love giving blow jobs, don't love them but perform them regardless, or absolutely hate them. That's the entire spectrum. Those in the last category often have to deal with locking jaws, cramping necks, or pesky gag reflexes often the result of too much spit, an important lesson imparted on me in the 11th grade by a classmate.
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Things She's Thinking While Going Down on You
At a certain point in their sex lives, many straight men have a critical realization: Vaginas aren't gross. Neither is cunnilingus. In fact, contrary to stereotypes that most straight men hate going down on ladies, for many men giving oral sex is just as good as getting it. According to data from the National Survey of Sexual Health and Behavior , a majority of millennial men reported having performed oral sex on their female partners in the past year — and it wasn't just for reciprocity's sake.
Although the survey included respondents of all genders, Deysach points out that 35 percent of male-identifying respondents said giving was their preference compared to 27 percent for female-identifying participants. With this in mind, it's clear that a great many folks of varying gender identities prefer giving oral sex. And given many popular societal assumptions about the dynamics surrounding oral sex, this is fascinating to unpack. So why is it, exactly, that some folks find so pleasurable about giving oral sex? Below find six reasons why people enjoy giving oral sex more than receiving, according to sexperts and fellow self-identified givers.