Penis-in-vagina sex is not the be-all-end-all of sex. Oral sex can be just as pleasurable — if not more so — than penetrative sex. You know whose genital juice tastes like cookies and cream? We all have a taste down there. Avoid garlic, onions, asparagus, and cabbage, which reportedly make for a less-than-pleasant flavor. Any skin-to-skin contact with the genitals can spread STIs.
It's called "69" because of the way it looks when you and your man match your mouths to each other's genitals. And, while it may take a little more coordination and confidence than other bedroom moves, the effort is usually worth it. There are a few ways to tackle this maneuver. If you want to control how much pressure you receive, try the girl-on-top position. Straddle your guy's chest, facing his toes, lean forward, and straighten out your legs, so you have easy access to his below-the-belt area and he has access to yours. Another way to get into this pose is to have your man lie across the width of the bed with his head hanging slightly over the edge while you stand on the floor over him. Start kissing his mouth, then crawl over him onto the bed, licking your way down from his chest all the way to his groin until you're both in the mouth-to-genitals position.
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When it comes to ambitious sex positions, 69ing is pretty hit or miss. Resident expert Dr. Emily Morse, sexologist and host of the Sex With Emily podcast , has a few thoughts — and special tips — on the slightly taboo lovemaking act. The road to truly spectacular sex is a two-way street. Sometimes, you've gotta give a little to get a little — so why not give and get at the same time?