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Infections can be passed on through oral sex even if there are no obvious signs or symptoms of the infection (such as sores).
You should definitely avoid having oral sex if either of you has sores around your mouth, vagina, penis or anus.
A lot has been written about how to give the best oral sex.
But the truth is that different things work for different people.
The main risks arise if the person receiving oral sex has an STI or sores on their genital area, or if the person giving oral sex has sores in their mouth or bleeding gums.Ask them to tell you what feels nice and let them know when you are enjoying something.If you’re happy and comfortable with the person you’re with then oral sex can be a great way to get physically closer and learn what turns each other on.You can experiment with making different patterns with your tongue and try different rhythms – taking cues from your partner as to what she enjoys most.Performing oral sex on your partner’s anus (also known as analingus or rimming) can be part of any sexual relationship, whether gay, bisexual or straight.But remember that you can pause or stop at any point you want, and the same is true for your partner.Just because you have started something doesn’t mean you need to continue – stopping is actually very normal.If you’re unsure how far you want him to penetrate your mouth, use your thumb and forefinger to make a ring around his penis, stopping it as far as you want to go.You can keep moving your fingers down slowly until you reach the point where it feels deep enough inside your mouth.You may feel nervous before having oral sex – whether you’re giving it or receiving it.The best thing to do is to carry on communicating with your partner.