Go down on your woman, fellas. Even the Bible tells you to do so “Do to others as you would have them do to you.” –Luke 6:31. Yeah, I’m probably going to hell for this.
As early as last week, it was reported that DJ Khaled Said He Won’t Go Down on His Wife. Per Men’s Health, “He [DJ Khaled] then added that while he ‘never’ goes down on his wife, he expects her to fellate him on the reg nonetheless: ‘It’s different rules for men,’ he said. You gotta understand, we the king …” WOW. So not only does he not pleasure his wife in that matter, he’s extremely chauvinistic. Major fail alert!!
My throbbing stance is if you receive, you must give it as well. Put in another matter, if someone is kind to you, you would show a similar degree of kindness back, right? I am advocate of cunniligus and here is why:
Women Don’t Always Orgasm During Sex – According to the article The Most Important Sexual Statistic, “Only one-quarter of women reliably experience orgasm during intercourse-no matter how long it lasts, no matter what size the man’s penis, and no matter how the woman feels about the man or the relationship.” That means there are 75% of women that do not orgasm. If the statistics were reversed for men, we would be quite unhappy, would we not? Per Michael Castleman of the same article, “It’s perfectly normal for women not to have orgasms during intercourse. Most women need direct clitoral stimulation to experience orgasm. They don’t get it during intercourse because the clitoris is located outside the vagina and a few inches above it under the top junction of the vaginal lips. Intercourse simply does not provide enough direct clitoral stimulation to allow most women to become aroused enough to have orgasms.” Major key is to play with your women’s clitoris with your tongue more frequently.
Happy Wife, Happy Life – Jeane Bryner, author of For Women, Sex and Happiness Go Hand-in-Hand, states that “Women who are sexually satisfied are also happier, no matter their age, a new study suggests. It’s not clear which causes the other, however.” In the article What Sexual Satisfaction Really Means To 6 Women, one of the women explains sexual satisfaction “Sexual satisfaction is a well-received and sought-after form of communication. To me, sexual satisfaction is a conversation of love. When my man makes it a point to do the things he knows I like, to ask what feels good, and to make the conversation two-sided, I am satisfied. I am motivated to reciprocate this for him …” The motivated to reciprocate for him part is the major key.
Sexual Satisfaction and Good Relationships – There is a divide of whether a good relationship leads to sexual satisfaction or sexual satisfaction leads to good relationships. However, my opinion is as long as both are good then it doesn’t matter which comes before the other. In Sexual Satisfaction: Highly Valued, Poorly Understood, Noam Shpancer states “… the findings paint a clear picture: sexual satisfaction goes hand in hand with good relationships. People in more intimate relationship, with good communication and mutual support, experience greater sexual satisfaction. In the context of relationships, sexual assertiveness (the ability to stand your ground, establish clear boundaries, clarify what you want and need in sex, what works for you and what doesn’t) predicts increased satisfaction. In addition, partners who have similar personalities tend to experience greater sexual satisfaction. Birds of a feather flock together, happily.” Your tongue is the key to unlock a good relationship.
In my opinion, DJ Khaled is missing out and sadly so is his wife. Nothing brings a couple more closer to each other than to be able to get off with each other. So be a good man and swaddle her sashimi especially if she makes an effort to give your penis a car wash. It all leads to good things. You are happy. She is happy. Two fully satisfied people lead to a happy couple, right? DJ Khaled talks about “If you holding it down for your woman I feel like the woman should praise. And a man should praise the queen.” Praise your queen with beautiful words, but also titillate her with your mouth … and tongue.
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