How do I ask him if I can give him a blowjob without it being akward?
Question Posted Tuesday May 1 2012, 8:40 pm
This is a really stupid question, but I need answers. I'd rather answers from guys.Yesterday, my best fiend and I were joking around, and she was making jokes about me wanting to give my boyfriend a blowjob. The thought was just a joke yesterda, but now I really want to give him a blowjob! So, my question is, what are some good things to do to make it feel good for him? Also, how do I ask him if I can give him a blowjob (without it being akward)? Any advice would help. Thanks!
To me the most important thing a girl can do is mix it up...use your hand to stroke while just sucking the tip or licking while making eye contact. While pretty obvious, practice makes perfect and all guys are different so don't be afraid to communicate and ask him while doing it he likes it. It's better to ask and have him guide you than to keep doing something he hates (on that note avoid teeth). Play safe and remember to communicate. [ scooperster's advice column | Ask scooperster A Question ]
lindsayluv16 answered Wednesday May 2 2012, 1:26 am: you aren't disgusting. dont listen to that person. your curious. its different. Okay. I know you would rather here form a guy but im a dyke so its close enough. i used to be straight so ive had my time with guys. The main thing to do is get him in the mood:
Start kissing him
Start touching and exploring
Grab the top of his pants and unbutton/unzip them
And try to give him a handjob.
if he likes it then go for the blowjob. if not then just say okay and still kiss. Its important to know if they are ready.
to make it feel good, occasionally let your tongue move up and down when his penis is in your mouth. they also for some reason like it when you spit...idk a guy told me this one time. oh yeah, also moan with it. it makes them cum faster . <3 goodluck ;) [ lindsayluv16's advice column | Ask lindsayluv16 A Question ]
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