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7 Tips For Better Oral Sex!

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7 Tips For Better Oral Sex!

The 2 most important keys to sexual happiness in my opinion are:
#1) Never expect that your partner “should” or does just know what you like. It’s YOUR body, so you are the one with the owner's manual.

#2) Keeping that in mind COMMUNICATE VERBALLY. This is not charades and your partner should NOT be expected to read and understand your “subtle body-language cues.” If they do, that’s great, but our partners are not mind readers or sexual body language experts. Remember -sex is a team sport and both players need feedback to win!

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