Whether you use the technical term fellatio or call it a blowjob, going down, giving head, or something else, performing fellatio is an act that requires a lot of trust and a little bit of knowledge.
If you believe everything you hear, you might think that guys love this so much technique and intent don't matter. In reality, there is a lot of variation in fellatio skills, and knowing how to read your partner, what to do to him, and when to do it can make all the difference.
Follow up with your tongue, exploring the same terrain using slow wide strokes with your tongue.
Don’t be afraid to use lots of saliva, as this natural lube feels great and helps create friction and suction.
If you don't want to swallow, and you aren’t familiar with the signs of imminent ejaculation, let him know you want a warning.
Remove your mouth as he's about to ejaculate, and continue hand stroking through his orgasm.
If he likes this combination, bring your hand all the way up the shaft (following your mouth), remove your mouth briefly, use your palm to slide and twist over the head (as if you were juicing an orange), and then glide your hand back down followed by your mouth again. When he’s ready to orgasm, keep your movements consistent and firm — don’t slack off.
Once he starts ejaculating, see him through with a few strokes and then stop, as most men don’t want continued stimulation once they’ve ejaculated and had an orgasm. There's nothing wrong with you if you don't want to, but it's nice to let your partner know it's nothing personal.
Keep your mouth taut, as the pressure from your lips will feel great as they glide down the penis.
There are many sexually transmitted infections that can be passed during fellatio, using flavored condoms is a great way to practice safer sex and deal with any taste you may not like.
It is also one way to help guys who say they have difficulty with condoms get used to, and excited about, using them.
Many men who have sensitivity in their penis are particularly sensitive around the head (known as the glans), especially the frenulum, an indentation between the glans and the shaft on the underside of the penis.
You might want to brush up on your knowledge of male sexual anatomy, to know what you’re working with.