I reckon it’s pretty safe to say that not all women like to give blow jobs. Of those that do not all women are willing to let the male ejaculate into their mouth and of those that do not all women are willing to swallow the semen. The problem is that most men like blow jobs and so the question is what can a bloke do that would increase his chance of getting one?

Perhaps some of the answers lie in another question.

What’s stopping some women from giving blow jobs?

Could ignorance be a factor? Perhaps not ever having given one they do not want to be seen as being inept at it or are scared that they will get it all wrong? Naturally us blokes don’t mind taking the teacher role but we may never get the chance until we can remove the fear factor.

Perhaps introducing an instructive video, something like How to Give A World-Class Blow Job will do the trick? After all this is something that you can watch together and imagine the fun trialing out some of the techniques? Then again you may want to get some books on the subject. Two that come to mind include, Unzipped: How to Give the Perfect Blow Job and Going Down: An Illustrated Guide to Giving Him the Best Blow Job of His Life.

Naturally it’s not all about you so while it’s probably be a good idea to get a copy of  The Ultimate Guide to Cunnilingus: How to Go Down on a Woman and Give Her Exquisite Pleasure (Ultimate Guides Series) so that you can learn a few things about how to please her.

I’m Not Putting That Thing In My Mouth…You Pee With It!

I imagine that some women knowing that the penis is used to urinate equate the whole putting in the mouth idea as being unsanitary. If that is the case it’s essential that we make sure we keep it in pristine condition making sure it’s as clean as humanly possible.

If this comes out in conversation it’s a good idea to assure he that you shake every drop after urinating so that there is no chance of any pee going into her mouth. You could even shower together so that she see it’s all nice and clean.

If she feels that way about your penis she may very well feel the same about her vagina, so perhaps during your next session, as part of your foreplay, you may want to go down on her, proving that you have no qualms about her love juice.

Whatever you do though don’t use the ‘I did you now you do me’ routine as that just shows what an insensitive bastard you are. Give her all the time she needs and she will love you all the more for it.

It Tastes Awful

OK, while some women like it others may not. You may be thinking that there isn’t all that much you can do about the taste, I know that’s what I originally thought, but what if there was something that a bloke could do that would improve the taste? It seems feasible, I mean I’ve heard if you put crushed garlic in your socks you would have garlic breath in a matter of minutes, and mothers have to be careful of what they eat or drink as it could affect their breast milk. So why couldn’t there be something a man can take that would improve the taste of his semen?

Enter Yummy Cum which is supposed to be stacked full of potent fruit extracts and natural anti oxidants. Apart from improving your overall health it’s also supposed to dramatically improve the flavor, sweetness and smell of your cum.

Now I can’t vouch for this because I’ve never tried it, but I can see the potential if it works exactly as the manufacturer says it does. Even if you’re already getting blow jobs imagine the surprise on her face if you surprised her by taking Yummy Cum and giving her a new taste sensation.


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Premature ejaculation is a pretty devastating problem, one that effects their partners just as much as it does them. Simply put it’s a lack of control over a man’s ejaculation causing it to occur sooner than they would wish it to. Naturally it ties into a man’s sexual exitement during sex and depending on the situation the timing can occur at different stages. Some men can ejaculate almost as soon as foreplay starts, others right before penetration and others soon after.

Unfortunately this can cause some anxiety between the couples and for some males this anxiety can affect their performance the next time they attempt intercourse. Therefore, we as males must accept that premature ejaculation can happen to all men, especially if they haven’t had sex for a long time. Accepting this will keep anxiety at bay helping our next sexual encounter.

Unfortunately for some men this is a common occurance and they may need to seek the help of a qualifed sex therapist.

The trouble is that most men find it an embarassing subject and the last thing they will want to do is seek professional help, and they will only resort to this as a last resort. So, what can they do to alleviate the problem? I did a bit of Googling and have come up with the following tips.

  • Relax, don’t stress over past performance.
  • Use the first ejaculation as a prelude to further sex. This means if you have just ejaculated prematurely, rather than worry about it, take it in your stride and continue with the foreplay. More than likely you will notice that your second orgasm will take much longer than your first and you can use the time it takes for a new erection in teasing your loving partners erogenous zones.
  • Apparently men can also use a version of the Kegal exercise that I mentioned in the last post. The muscles involved are the same muscle that you would use were you to stop urinating mid stream. You simply do it while your bladder is empty, contracting your muscles tightly and holding if for 10 seconds. You would do this up to a dozen times several times a day.
  • There are several herbal products that profess to help males suffering premature ejacualation. One such product is called Delay, and it consists of Withania somnifera (Ashwagandha), Cnidium Monnieri, Tribulus Terrestris, Semen Cuscutae (Dodder seed), Dioscorea Villosa (Wild yam), Passiflora Incarnata (Passion flower), Curculigo Orchioides (Black musale), Cardamom and  Zinc oxide.

If you have tried this product we would love to hear of your experience with it, whether it be positive or negative.

While I have only briefly touched on the subject, I have come across one particular article that I have found to be very informative. The thing to remember is that the worst thing that you can do is to dwell on any poor performance. You owe it to yourelf and to your partner to take whatever steps necessary to resolve the problem, and if this means seeing your local GP or a professional sex therapist, then so be it.