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There are hundreds, if not thousands, of different ways you can suck or lick a penis, vagina, or anus, which is precisely what makes the experience so thrilling. There are many different ways to give and receive oral sex. You may lick or suck their vagina, penis or anus. Many people include oral sex as part of their sex life. However, it is always important to talk to your partner first about whether they feel comfortable with oral sex. Discuss your hygiene preferences openly and without shame outside of the bedroom.

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Oral sex - Better Health Channel

Oral sex , sometimes referred to as oral intercourse , is sexual activity involving the stimulation of the genitalia of a person by another person using the mouth including the lips, tongue, or teeth and the throat. Cunnilingus is oral sex performed on the vulva or vagina , while fellatio is oral sex performed on the penis. Oral sex may be performed as foreplay to incite sexual arousal before other sexual activities such as vaginal or anal intercourse , [1] [3] or as an erotic and physically intimate act in its own right. However, the transmission risk for oral sex, especially HIV transmission, is significantly lower than for vaginal or anal sex. Oral sex is often regarded as taboo , [1] but most countries do not have laws which ban the practice.

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Both men and women can give their partner oral sex. But oral sex has official medical names too: oral sex on a woman the vagina, vulva and clitoris is called cunnilingus, and oral sex on a man the penis is called fellatio. Oral sex can be a natural and enjoyable part of sex between partners if both of you enjoy it and consent to it. You can give or receive oral sex as part of other sexual activity like vaginal or anal intercourse or on its own.
Sexual experiences include a range of behaviors, but research on sexual behaviors and consequences focuses primarily on vaginal sex. Oral sex occurs at rates similar to vaginal sex, and carries some, though less, risk than vaginal sex. The current study examined the event-level prevalence and consequences of oral sex compared to vaginal sex with other-sex partners in first year college students. Both positive intimacy, physical satisfaction and negative worrying about health, guilt consequences were less common for oral than vaginal sex.