50 plus age group people may be surprised to know that oral sex, called as blow job is common among teenagers. Compared to Cunnilingus, Fellatio is more prevalent in all age groups. It would have been considered legally wrong, morally sinful, or disgusting 50 years ago. However, when the partners are mutually consenting oral sex is used for sexual pleasure.
Gay oral sex,
lesbian oral sex
are not the only ones.
Healthy men and women, straights as they are called, in hetrosexual relationship practice oral sex. It can be called as outer course in comparison to inter course.
Study of porn sites on the internet
reveals display of
fellatio : cunnilingus to be in the approximate ratio of
850 : 150.
fellatio : all forms of sex, including traditional penovaginal sex in the approximate ratio of
750 : 250
Surprisingly, fellatio is more often depicted than ‘normal’intercourse.
Pornography industry has to be in tandem with the prevalent tastes and nuances of their market. Hence, comparative study of sexual variations as depicted on porn sites is a matter that can be studied by academicians using tested research tools.
Facesitting is a form of oral sex in which the receiver sits on the giver’s face and pushes into it with his or her genitals.
Oral sex can be performed by both partners at the same time in the so-called “sixty-nine” position.
Fellatio is called in erotic lingo as Blowjob or Cumshots or Sucking or Deep throat.
Cunnilingus is also sometimes referred to as “muff diving,” “eating out,” or “poon-job,” a slang term and a cunnilingus variant of “blow job” (see the section of Fellatio above), where “poon” is short for poontang or punani.
Giving head – A common slang term for giving oral sex to either a man or woman is “giving head,” from the term “head job” (in contrast to “hand job,” manual stimulation). A play on the slang term “head” resulted in the slang term “brains,” or “brain salad surgery,” “domes,” or “getting domes.”
In lesbian culture several common slang terms used are “carpet munching,” “giving lip,” “lip service,” or “tipping the velvet” (a faux-“Victorian” expression invented by novelist Sarah Waters).
Additional slang terms for oral sex include “going down on” (female and male), “licking out” (female), “blow job” (male), “dome” (female and male), “sucking off” (male), “rolling cigars” (male recipient), “lolly-gagging” (gay male-on-male), and “gaining knowledge” (male recipient).
For the erotic lingo