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Oral Sex 101: Tips and Tricks for "Going Down" and Staying Safe
Metroactive Features | Teens and Oral Sex
And there definitely aren't enough reliable resources for young people that are both accurate and inclusive of various gender identities and sexualities. The most important thing to know about any kind of sex is that communication with your partner s is the absolute, number one tool you need to have pleasurable and consensual sex. We all have different desires — so when it comes to giving you advice for going down on your partner s , there is no one-size-fits-all recipe. No two vulvas are the same, no penises are the same, no two bodies are the same. However, there are some general tips and best practices to know about beforehand.
I was never a "homework" girl. The fact that you had to spend all day in school, and then had to go home to do MORE work never sat well with me. I'd rather chase boys, talk about boys, hang out with boys, freak out about boys, and sneak into boys' dorms to do dirty things with them rather than conjugate Latin verbs. Unfortunately, it turns out that girls these days don't agree with me. In fact are you sitting down?
The government study shows fewer teenage girls are having oral sex, compared to a few years ago. The study, based on in-depth interviews with 6, young men and women aged 15 to 24, shows two-thirds in that age group have had oral sex, and just about the same proportion have had vaginal intercourse. But just about 42 percent of 15 to year-old girls have given or received oral sex, down from 45 percent when the last survey was done in This is good news, the researchers say, because the earlier young people start any sexual activity at all, the more likely they are to get a sexually transmitted disease or to get pregnant.