Oral Sex He'll Never Forget: 52 Positions and Techniques Guaranteed to Blow Your Man Away Paperback – Nov 1 2009
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“Clearly a book where women take charge and men let go, Dr. Sonia instructs dynamic scenarios where both the giver and receiver of oral sex enjoy heightened moments of power and surrender and the pure pizzazz of innovative pleasure--each scene supported by accurate and positive sex information.” —
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You aren't really learning how to give unforgettable oral, although I suppose the argument could be made that any time a woman actually gives a guy a BJ in all of the 24/7 situations he would want them is pretty much a miracle that he won't forget any time soon. And yes, ladies, guys want one 24/7.
If that's all you're looking for, this book contains lots of alternative ways to enjoy offering him oral sex. But you'll learn absolutely nothing new as far as technique goes.
If you are truly looking for technique, [...] offers substantial new insight that can help in your oral sex techniques. That book focuses on the use of your hands and tongue and discusses specific areas that benefit from stimulation, to allow you to give him oral sex that he'll truly never forget. It details methods that most women do not intuitively know, including the actual techniques that turn guys on.
I'm putting a similar review on the partner book for this (we got them both, together with "Red Hot Touch"), because the same criticisms apply. Sorry Sonia, but both are books are certainly forgetful.
If you approach this act as a duty or a chore, no amount of technique is going to impress. However, if you approach it with an enthusiastic attitude, you'll blow his mind, and in the process, have a lot more fun yourself.
Imagine you haven't eaten in a week, and there is something tasty and nutritious to be found within the object of your attentions. Appreciative sounds and slurps go a long way, as does enthusiastic and delighted encouragement when the completion of your task appears to be imminent.
What you do with the result is not as important as urban legends suggest, as long as you don't demonstrate disgust, revulsion, or nausea.
When a man reflects on your "talent" in this arena, he is going to remember your enthusiasm and how excited you were to do it, not any special swirls or twists you did along the way. It is impossible to be too enthusiastic in your approach to this. The more enthusiasm you project, the better it will be for you both.