How to Give Her the Best Cunnilingus
Cunnilingus is a an art that takes on many forms. There is no one correct way to go about eating a girl out; creativity is the best part when it comes to eating pussy. There's not really much you need except a tongue, lips, and a passion to suck out a wet pussy. Being eaten out is one of the best feelings ever—it ranks side to side when compared to neck kissing and sex itself. Below are some tips every guy (female and any other genders included) can retain to please their partner the best they can down there.
Things She's Thinking When You're Going Down on Her
Receiving mind-blowing cunnilingus is almost every woman's dream. Whether it be a relationship or just a hookup, getting oral is an ultimate act of pleasure. What many don't know, however, is that the act of sex, —oral, coitus, anal, etc. — is more emotional and mental than it may appear to be. That doesn't mean we get attached the instant you eat us out, but getting in the right mindset and thinking certain thoughts definitely helps us get that much closer to reaching orgasm. Of course, not all women think this, but many of us can relate. Note: This is mostly from the perspective of a straight woman getting head from a man, but many of these can be applied to other genders as well. Read on to find out what goes on in our minds during oral!
Taurus + Libra Sexual Smut — Tinder Hookup
This is a continuation of my previous story, "I Can't Get Over My Tinder Hookup" where I described the beginning of a date that I'll remember for the rest of my life. Just to recap, I left off at my hot Shawn Mendes/Taylor Lautner hybrid Tinder date Netflix and chilling with me at my house. The sexual tension was gradually but passionately building as we started watching New Girl on Netflix. We were on my bed and he sat on my right when he smoothly put his arm around my waist and then proceeded to go a little lower. Damn. He skipped the shoulder and went straight for my ass. He traced his finger in no particular shape on the curves of my ass. I could feel myself getting wetter by the second.
The Gatsby Complex
The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald encompasses a variety of themes including the glorification of wealth, romanticization of unrequited love, and the pursuit of the American dream—to name a few among many. However, one theme that is often overshadowed by the ones listed above is the theme of idolizing something that simply doesn't live up to one's perceived expectations of it. For instance, Jay Gatsby internalized the notion that Daisy Buchanan, the girl he dreamt his whole life of being with, was nothing short of idealized perfection. However, for anyone that has read the book, this simply doesn't hold true—Gatsby idolized Daisy and wound up with a relationship that didn't live up to his expectations. This isn't something that only occurred in the roaring 20s, a period of wealth, abundance, and jazz, but is a recurring aspect that follows us even to this day and age.
I Can't Get Over My Tinder Hookup
It was March 3, 2018, a typical Saturday late night where I was doing homework when I decided to open up Tinder after receiving a notification. "You've got a new match!" it read on the screen. This wasn't new to me—I had gotten many matches, that wasn't even the exciting part. It was when he first messaged me, "Wow, a cs major who enjoys being out in nature!" This was in response to the declaration of love I had for nature written on my profile. I found this particularly funny since it seemed like he was reinforcing the stereotype of computer science majors being indoor loving workaholics who only encounter daylight when walking to class. I was going to type a sassy, witty rebuttal like always until I took a closer look at his profile. It turns out he was a computer science and mathematics double major. Okay. Never mind, I thought to myself. I decided to continue the conversation normally and asked him about his interests and hobbies. Apparently, he loves being in nature too and is a beach bum. So that's why he commented about me liking the nature; he likes it too!
The Taurus Woman: Who We Are and What We Like in a Man
As a Taurus woman in her early 20s, I am confident I have a sense of what females under my sign look for in men (I am a heterosexual female and will be writing from that perspective). As a disclaimer, I will note that not every single Taurus lady is the name, nor do we all have a consensus on every little attribute of what we are attracted to. This is just a fun, light article on what really gets us Taureans going!
I Like Being Sad.
"You can get addicted to a certain kind of sadness." This line from Gotye's song has resonated with me ever since I first heard it in 2012. There are times when I'm really happy and life is great, but there are always unpleasant memories that surface at any given time. I'm not depressed (I hope not) but I am sensitive. Most of my sadness stems from relationships with guys, gender norms we females have to live up to, and me constantly worrying about my future as a prospective software developer/software engineer. See? I still don't even know what I want to do exactly, hence the "/" between the two professions. I also get upset when I hear about current events such as the racism that spiraled as a result of the current political state in the U.S., poverty, pediatric cancer deaths/cancer in general, domestic abuse, violence, natural disasters, and plenty more. I am a lucky woman who has the best of things. I have an amazing family, supportive friends, a college education (still in progress), financial stability (family wise), a house, sufficient food to eat, and great health (knock on wood). There is a lot more gratefulness where that comes from.
How to Have a Productive, Respectful Discussion
No matter what profession you're pursuing, you are bound to have a discussion with a group of people at some point. While you are free to express your ideas in a thoughtful, creative way, there are some rules you and your peers should abide by in order to have a progressive discussion. Respect is key. Everyone must maintain a respectful nature for the entirety of the discussion. If you're a student, teacher, or an employee please read through this list and feel free to share any of these tips with your colleagues the next time you engage in a discussion.
Holistic Health and Healthy Eating Tips
About 70% of my snaps on Snapchat consist of food. 90% of those are snaps of healthy food. I'm a health conscious person and have been since the beginning of high school. I succumbed to diet fads and was solely interested in being skinner (than I already was) but now it's a lifestyle... but not in a dangerous way. Like every other teenage girl, I had body image issues, despite being a 5'0", 90 pound girl. I was always small and continue to be, but now I eat not for my weight, but for myself and holistic being.
I Was Body Shamed and It Still Hurts
I was in a terrible relationship with a not so kind guy in July 2016. I knew he wasn't the right person for me but for whatever reason I still wanted to be with him. We engaged in an innocent conversation on Snapchat about sports which escalated to the topic of butts...and it wasn't pleasant. He knew that I was a softball player and commented by saying "softball players have good booties". I laughed it off and agreed. But then he proceeded to tell me about how soccer girls and track girls have the "best butts". I was a little uncomfortable but still brushed that off as just being a guy thing to say. But when he belittled me, I was done. He sent me a meme that read "Squat, because no one ever wrote a song about a small butt" and told me that I should "improve upon mine". Now this guy was no Chris Evans nor any sort of body builder. He was your average teenage male at best. But that didn't matter. Whether he is a celebrity hunk or a typical college boy, no one has the right to denigrate others by body shaming them.