The term ‘sexual orientation’ is mostly used about being lesbian, gay, bisexual or transsexual (LGBT). This powerful concept – ‘sexual orientation’ – pioneered courageously by members of the LGBT community, has empowered people, within the last 50 years or so, to think of themselves as not bad, or sick, but just different.
Sexual orientation describes a person’s enduring romantic, emotional, affectionate, and sexual attraction towards others. It is distinguishable from one’s biological sex, gender identity, and social gender role. Sexual orientation exists on a continuum from exclusive heterosexuality to exclusive homosexuality, with varying degrees of bisexuality in between. Typically, orientation emerges in early adolescence without any prior experience. Feelings and emotional leanings may occur first, without a person actually acting on their emotions for a long time, if ever.
Men will try all sorts of different things in the never-ending search for better sex (or “even better sex,” as some would put it), and why not? A satisfying sex life has an impact on so many other areas of a man’s life, after all. Now it turns out that something as simple as turning on a light may be one path to better sex. Yes, part of a man’s penis care regimen may include getting a little sunshine (or a sunshine equivalent) to help keep his sex drive in gear.
Do the following to make your wife or girlfriend want to give you oral sex/blowjob:
1. State your love for her.
2. State your desire to have a great sex life with her.
3. Tell her you desire to have oral sex.
4. Ask her what her beliefs and fears are about oral sex.
5. Ask her to be specific.
6. Tell her you promise not to take it personally. (Remember, she’d feel that way about any lover, it’s not about YOU, it’s about her experiences, beliefs and fears. ) Be a man and handle the information without making it a negative about you or she won’t trust that she can tell you her truth and you will shut her down.
We learn early on that sex can lead to unwanted pregnancies and STD/STIs. Schools do a wonderful job at scaring us from having sex when we’re younger by showing us images of genitals infected with diseases, the negative effects of an unwanted pregnancy, and the staggering statistics about both. I am an advocate for engaging in safe sexual practices and think it’s essential in a healthy adult relationship and as a responsible individual. One surefire way to kill any sex life or relationship is to get an incurable STD. However, what we don’t learn about as children is the other ways in which sex can be dangerous… or amazing!