• mikeydaddy mikeydaddy
    February 22, 2009
    my wife loves recieving oral sex but rarely gives it. what can i do?
    mikeydaddy mikeydaddy
    February 22, 2009

    my wife loves to get oral sex. sometimes it is the only way she can orgasm the problem i have is even though she likes to perform fellatio she rarely wants to give it. she expects me to go down every time but she won't return the favor



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  • kellylogan623 June 19, 2009
    June 19, 2009

    I found this website and it completely solved this issue for me. I never used to like giving my husband (or any man for that matter) oral, but now I give it all the time.  Check out this site... http://www.oralformulaone.com  Hope this helps!

  • a-goil February 22, 2009
    February 22, 2009

    Hey! I had this problem with my boyfriend for a while. He would want me to go down on him every time and, I wouldn't get anything in return. Maybe try doing 69... Where she's ontop recieving and at the same time pleasing you as well... And, just simply tell her that you LOVE when she goes down on you. Make it KNOWN that, that's exactly what you want... The more she thinks you like it the more she'll be willing... Communication is KEY in relationships... So why should sexual communication be any different? For a man and a woman to love eachother they've got to express everything and be honest. So, give that stuff a try... and, if it doesn't work... We'll see what else we can come up with... OH! one more thing... Maybe she doesn't like the taste of it [I know for a while I didn't] So maybe try getting some tasty gels to put on your penis to make it more 'delectible' to her. With these, though, you have to be careful DO NOT insert your penis into her vagina until all of this gel is OFF of your penis because she can get a REALLY bad infection from the sugar in the gel! K? :) I sure hope this helps! GOOD LUCK SUGAR! Laughing

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