6 persistent myths about oral sex that it's time to debunkPictolic
Despite a whole series of sexual revolutions that have made our sex life more open and diverse, there are still many topics surrounded by myths and prejudices. Oral sex is one of the areas most mired in speculation and misconceptions. We want to debunk those of them that are the most dangerous for the health of partners.
Talking about safe sex, for some reason, many people mean only vaginal and anal contacts, completely forgetting about oral sex. Susan Bard, MD, from Manhattan Dermatology Specialists, is sure that such frivolity can cause serious harm to the body.
For cunnilingus, you can use a special napkin, which you can buy or make yourself from an ordinary ultrathin condom. Is it worth reminding separately that when switching from oral sex to vaginal or anal (and vice versa), you need to use a new condom.
Couples who are going to have oral sex usually do not think that their actions can affect the health of the oral cavity. Dr. Damian Jacob M. Sendler advises to take such questions more seriously.
That is why the specialist believes that after a blowjob it is important to brush your teeth or at least rinse your mouth thoroughly.
We have already said that unprotected sex can cause infection with sexually transmitted diseases and other dangerous infections. But even those who are well aware of this, put themselves at risk because of the common misconception associated with mouthwash.
Many people are sure that by rinsing your mouth with a disinfectant or alcohol, you can get rid of any bacteria and protect yourself from unpleasant surprises during oral caresses. Commenting on this myth, Dr. Sandler says the following:
Among the widespread misconceptions, the scientist also called the myth that one can diagnose certain STDs by the type and taste of sperm.
Managing Director of the company "Unmentionables" Genevieve Westrop warns sexual partners against neglecting oral sex. The woman believes that the view of blowjob or cunnilingus, as an optional part of preliminary caresses, negatively affects the sexual life of partners.
The founder of Touchpoint, Jared Matthew Weiss, is sure that oral sex is not just a "light aperitif", but a full-fledged way to give each other pleasure. This is especially important for a woman, the scientist and businessman believes.
It is quite clear that talking about sex is unacceptable under many circumstances. But most people do not want to talk about this topic not only during a family dinner, but also alone with each other, in the bedroom. Jared Matthew Weiss advises not to be shy and openly talk to your partner on this topic, while not forgetting to discuss oral games.
The fact that oral sex is called oral does not impose any strict obligations on the partners. Studies have shown that most men and women at such moments do not have enough touch with their fingers, cheeks and even nose.
Therefore, it is necessary to experiment in this area of sexual life, perhaps even more than in any other. If you deviate a little from the usual scenario, you can find a new and completely unexpected way to please each other. The main thing in these experiments is to think about the feelings of the partner and, of course, not to forget about safety.
Despite the fact that oral sex has long ceased to be something unusual and forbidden all over the world, there are countries in which it is treated ambiguously. For example, the president of Uganda plans to ban this type of petting in his country, having very unusually justified his decision.