how to eat pussy: a real guide for hedonists

Great Julia Child once said: "People who love to eat are always the best people," and I couldn't help but wonder, does that stand for genitals, too? Eating pussy is a term we use to describe passionate stimulation between a girl's genitals and one's tongue. This could involve sucking or licking their vaginas, vulva, or clitoris.

You have probably heard about 'eating pussy' being named different terms like: "going down," "giving head," a "69," etc. But what you probably didn't know is that eating pussy has its official medical name, and it's called "cunnilingus."

Many people enjoy eating pussy as a part of their sex life, but it is a very personal thing, and not everybody likes it or wants to do it. Some people like to lick, and some like to be licked in different ways.

It's all up to you and your desires, but remember it is important to talk to your partner so you can understand what you both enjoy and what you would prefer to avoid so you can have a great time in bed. Or elsewhere.

How common is it?

how to eat pussy: a real guide for real hedonists
how to eat pussy: a real guide for real hedonists

Many people have oral sex before (as foreplay), or sometimes instead of sexual intercourse. If you are going to try it with your partner, you should try many different techniques until you find the one you both truly enjoy.

Many young people do not consider oral sex as "a real deal," so they do it before they lose their virginity, thinking they didn't do anything "that" sexual.

But doctors say that oral sex is still sex no matter how it's done, especially because it carries many of the same risks as intercourse if it's not done responsibly.

Does eating pussy come with any risks?

how to eat pussy: a real guide for real hedonists
how to eat pussy: a real guide for real hedonists

There are a lot of perks about eating pussy, such as not getting pregnant or not spending money on any protection whatsoever. But before you get too excited, remember that risks still exist, and I gathered them all for you.

The most common STIs that can be passed on through oral sex include:

  • herpes
  • gonorrhea
  • syphilis

Other STIs that are passed on less commonly, through oral sex include:

  • chlamydia
  • hepatitis A
  • genital warts
  • hepatitis B
  • hepatitis C
  • HIV
  • pubic lice

The risk is generally higher if you give oral sex rather than receive it. This is because you're more likely to be exposed to genital fluids. No matter how delicious they are. The risk is also higher if you have cuts, sores, or wounds in your mouth.

Knowing you have taken precautions to keep you and your partner safe can help make you more relaxed while eating pussy. There are simple ways to protect you both:

  • Do not brush your teeth straight beforehand, as you might make your mouth bleed.
  • Use a dental dam for oral sex on a woman. A dental dam is a thin, soft plastic cover that acts as a barrier. Hold one side of the dam against your partner's vagina and lick the other. Never turn the dam over; just use one side.
  • If you are having oral sex during your or your partner's period, using a dam is even more important because menstrual blood can carry bacteria and viruses just like other blood.

FYI, a dam is a small, thin square of latex or plastic that acts as a barrier between the vagina or anus and the mouth, preventing the spread of STIs. Dams are available at some sexual health clinics, and online, or pharmacies may order them for you.

A tasty vagina comes directly from the food in your fridge

how to eat pussy: a real guide for real hedonists
how to eat pussy: a real guide for real hedonists

Can eating pineapple change your smell and taste down there? Our bodies break down pungent food like broccoli and garlic into equally pungent chemical compounds that linger in our blood until we release them in our breath, sweat, and urine.

Experts aren't exactly clamoring to put together a scientific study on how pineapple or similar food affects the sensory experience of oral sex. No research exists to definitively answer the question of whether pineapple sweetens the taste of your private parts.

Some doctors say that it's possible to improve the taste of your pussy if you're eating food with higher sugar content, like fruit. In that case, all bodily fluids might taste a little sweeter, but that effect certainly wouldn't be noticeable in an instant.

But before you go on a strict diet to improve your scent, be aware that vaginas are made to taste and smell exactly like… vaginas. Some even enjoy the smell as it is, but eating healthy should be on your "to-do" list no matter your sex life.

Useful tips for eating pussy

how to eat pussy: a real guide for real hedonists
how to eat pussy: a real guide for real hedonists
  • Be patient. (Always be patient when eating pussy. It may be exhausting, your tongue might hurt, but it's worth the orgasm, trust us).
  • Compliment their vagina. (There's nothing more satisfying than hearing what your partner likes about your genitals, especially because a lot of women feel insecure about them anyway. Say it's tasty and beautiful, and eat it like a pro).
  • Don't be afraid to get vocal or make some noise. (Not only is being vocal during sex a turn-on, but the noises you make may also create small vibrations. And these vibrations, hums, or noises you make can add even more to the feeling of both giving and receiving oral sex).
  • Use your breath. (It's hot and moist, so it's going to feel amazing on their skin. Linger an inch above the surface and let your hot breath tease them into a frenzy).
  • Don't be afraid to ask her. (Your girl can most definitely give you some useful directions, talk to her before you start).
  • Use your hands. (Don't neglect those hands! Use them to spread the labia to access all the nooks and crannies better).
  • Move around, explore. (Use your mouth, hands, or sex toys to explore their other erogenous zones during oral play to take it to another orgasmic level. Kiss her crotch, work in some licking and sucking on all parts of your partner's body, such as nipples and fingers)

Eating pussy leads directly to an amazing orgasm

how to eat pussy: a real guide for real hedonists
how to eat pussy: a real guide for real hedonists

The clitoral orgasm is the most common and most popular orgasm women are familiar with. Caressing the clitoris for a few minutes can make you experience the clitoral orgasm. Your partner can caress your clitoris with fingers, can lick it, or gently rub the point.

Most likely this practice can help many women experience orgasm within a few minutes.

A woman can also explore it all by herself. But, you can see how eating pussy can lead to an excellent orgasm if it's done properly. Don't be ashamed to ask for it because pleasure is the goal, and you must invest some hard work to achieve it.