Lick Me Or Leave Me: How To Weed Out The Bad Guys
If you want to stick around, you have to go down.
What’s a girl gotta do around here to get some cunnilingus!
We’ve all heard the phrase, “No glove, no love.” But lately I’ve been thinking we should start saying, “No lick, no love.”
Oral sex is amazing — for some people, it’s the best part of sex overall. And for a lot of women, clitoral stimulation is the only way to actually achieve an orgasm.
So if you’re dating a guy who won’t go down on you, you probably shouldn’t stick around.
I get that there are some people out there who don’t want to engage in oral sex because it’s against their religion or they aren’t ready to be that intimate with their partner. That’s fine.
But whether it’s your longterm boyfriend or some dude you met on Tinder, he still needs to show your lady parts some love. And if he expects you to give him blowjobs but doesn’t reciprocate the oral action, he’s just a selfish prick.
PSA: You deserve cunnilingus.
Unless you’ve been living under a patriarchal rock, oral sex goes both ways. It's supposed to be a fun and intimate act that you engage in solely for your partner’s pleasure. If your guy is too inconsiderate to put his head between your legs, take those legs and kick him to the curb.
Try talking to your man about why he doesn’t offer to go down on you. Let him know not only how amazing it will feel for you, but also how it will increase your chances of reaching the Big O and get you ready for plenty of penetration. You could even suggest having mutual oral sex by 69ing. It’s a win-win.
If he still won’t lick your love-button after you’ve opened up about your desires, don’t feel obligated to go down on him either. Women who are confident in their sexuality shouldn’t be afraid to ask for that they want — and stand up for themselves when they sense a double standard in the bedroom.
Ladies, if he really loves you, he’ll lick you to your heart’s — and clitoris’s — content.
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