Lick me! Is oral sex healthy?

By Dr. Dorothea Flogger
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Lick me! Is oral sex healthy?
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Why don’t women say »Lick me!« to their partner more often?

What makes licking oral sex healthy and why?

Rumor has it that licking it causes cancer. Fortunately, that’s not true. Studies show rather the opposite. Why should oral sex be less healthy than sexual intercourse, for example? It is about time that the men’s world recognizes and uses the many advantages of licking.

Perhaps it is because many women have not learned to express their needs. In any case, the subject of oral sex seems to be clearly underrepresented in the media in the sense of leaks. Oral sex can be beautiful and satisfying for both sides. If this is not enough for you, you can convince yourself that oral sex is healthy.

Oral Sex healthyWhat’s the source of the rumor that oral sex causes cancer?

Statistically, people suffering from throat cancer had more frequent oral sex. The main causes of throat cancer are alcohol and smoking. Maybe people who drink more just have more oral sex? It’s a fact that a lot of people have oral sex. Laryngeal cancer, on the other hand, is very rare. Accordingly, you don’t have to worry about cancer when licking. Oral sex is healthy and not carcinogenic!

Most women tend to reach orgasm by stimulating the clitoris. Many even need clitoral stimulation to reach orgasm. The orgasm relaxes the whole body and also the soul. In addition, oral stimulation releases a particularly large amount of oxytocin. Oxytocin is also known as cuddly hormone and also contributes to relaxation. This applies not only to the receiving part, but also to the giver. So oral sex is healthy for both partners.

Keeping oral sex healthy

The HIV risk of oral sex is likely to be negligible. There are hardly any good studies on this subject. But that basically speaks for itself. Overall, the risk of contracting a sexually transmitted disease during licking is lower than during sexual intercourse, for example. The risk during menstruation is higher. During menstruation or during sex with an infected partner, a leak cloth or cling film can be placed in between.

Lick me, honey! Oral sex healthy for the relationship?

There are studies that show that women have fewer orgasms than men. It’s not the women themselves, though. Other studies show that lesbians have more orgasms than heterosexual women. It seems that heterosexual men can try a little harder. It remains that oral sex is healthy for the relationship. It is also good not to always play the same procedure in bed. Needs should be expressed in the relationship. And sometimes you can do that with a simple “Lick me!”

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Oral sex for a better sleep: Studies also suggest that oral sex helps both partners to fall asleep. Those who often have problems sleeping should make oral sex a habit in the evening. Those who need inspiration could combine oral sex with a full body massage, for example with edible lubricants or liquid chocolate.

Is any form of oral sex healthy?

Oral sex can mean a lot. Blowjobs are also good for the health of both partners. You should be a little more careful with anilingus. The probability of infection is much higher. If you want to practice Anilingus regularly, you should think about a hepatitis vaccination. People who practice anal sex suffer less from hemorrhoids. It can therefore be assumed that this fusion of anal and oral sex is also healthy.

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