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Oral Sex A Step-by-Step Guide: "What do I do when I'm down there?"
Tracey Cox
Tracey Cox is an international sex, body language and relationships expert. Her television credits include Date Patrol and The Sex Inspectors among others, and she's also appeared on Oprah and CNN. Tracey has an academic background in psychology. 
By Tracey Cox
Published on February 19, 2009
Everyone knows guys are obsessed with oral sex. That's probably why sex therapists and advice columnists receive more questions about it than any other sex act. I've collected the 11 most common oral sex concerns women face ‑- so you and your man can both love every minute. Have you ever seen a grown man beg? You will.

Where do I start?

The basic technique: Cover your teeth with your lips, with your mouth in an "O" shape ‑- don't stretch your lips, though; keep them loose and soft. With one hand gripping the base of the shaft, make one smooth movement by sliding your (very wet) mouth over his erection, taking him as far into your mouth as is comfortable. Stay there for one to two seconds, then slowly slide back up to the top, making eye contact with him as you reluctantly remove your mouth. (If his eyes are rolling back into his head, you're off to a good start.) Then ‑- to his delight ‑- start again. Slide your mouth repeatedly up and down. Use your tongue to keep everything nice and wet by swirling it around the shaft. Once you've mastered this, start using all of your tongue ‑- the top, the tip, the sides, the underneath. Try what I call a twist-and-swirl: Make a twisting motion with one hand as you slide it up and down, and swirl your tongue around the rim of the head, paying particular attention to the frenulum (the bit of skin on the underside).