Oral Sex Games for the Best Penis Health

Although some couples stick to an “intercourse exclusive” arrangement, many others like to expand their boundaries beyond penetrative penis-vagina sex – and for these couples, oral sex is an obvious alternative. There’s nothing wrong with traditional oral sex by any means, but the more playful couples may wish to add a dollop of extra fun to their proceedings, and so may be interested in what games they can play to make the oral experience even more engaging. As long as a man’s penis health or a woman’s vaginal health isn’t called into question, jumping into oral sex games can be part of a good, healthy relationship.

Simply by using their imagination, couples can come up with oral sex games of their own devising. However, to jump-start the process, the following are a few games they may wish to try to add to the experience.

Oral sex dice

There are countless variations using dice to direct oral sex activities. Perhaps the most basic is for one partner to roll the dice. The number on the dice determines the length of time they administer orally to their partner. For example, depending upon what method of measurement has been agreed upon, a woman who rolls a seven might give her man’s penis seven licks or fellate him for seven minutes.

But there can be other variations. For example, have the two dice stand for different things. One dice stands for, say, the number of minutes an oral activity must be performed. For the other dice, each number has a different meaning, such as:

– One – traditional oral sex

– Two – oral sex with an ice cube in the mouth

– Three – focusing solely on the balls (for the man) or the breasts (for the woman)

– Four – oral sex while humming

– Five – both partners perform orally on each other simultaneously

– Six – roller’s choice – whatever he or she wants to do orally

Guided by a game show

Pick a televised game show, preferably one with only two competitors or two teams. The man chooses one contestant/team, the woman the other. When one person’s contestant or team is up, they are receiving oral sex from the other, and vice versa. If their choices compete against each other at the same time, both partners go at it simultaneously.

Favorite dessert

A messy but tasty game, each partner selects his favorite dessert and recreates that on their partner’s midsection. So the woman who loves a banana split plops three scoops of ice cream on the man’s banana, adds sauce, nuts, whipped cream, etc. and – bon appetit! Afterward, the man indulges his desire for chocolate cake by spreading icing all around his partner’s vagina.

Drinking game variation

Select a movie or TV show. Whenever someone says or does a certain thing, one of the partners performs oral sex on the other. For example, if watching a football game, the man goes down whenever team A has the ball and does so until team B gets the ball, at which point the woman returns the favor. (If choosing a movie or TV series, try to pick one that has a certain amount of repetitiveness, such as a catchphrase that is uttered often, or a tendency for the main character to wear yellow, etc., and use those are the guide for knowing when to perform orally.)

Oral sex games are even more fun for the woman when the penis she is fellating is the beneficiary of a top notch penis health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). A penis blessed with a crème that contains both a high-end emollient (such as Shea butter) and a natural hydrator (such as vitamin E) is less likely to have the kind of dry skin that causes a woman to hesitate. And if the crème also contains alpha lipoic acid, a potent antioxidant, it is protected from free radical damage that causes penile skin to thin and age.

So, Is Coffee Good for You, Bad for You, Or Does Anyone Really Know?

It seems there are always stories in the media about the effects of coffee and caffeine. Some tell of challenges to your health, others boast about how healthy it can be for your mind, preventing early onset Alzheimer’s, or improving memory. Some say coffee is good for your heart, some say it’s bad. Sometimes I wonder if it isn’t who is paying for the study that determines what the results will be, or how those results are displayed in a positive or negative light?

Recently in the BBC Health News Online there was a troubling article about Coffee and Strokes on May 5, 2011. The article was titled; “Sex and Coffee Trigger Stroke” by James Gallagher a Health reporter from BBC News. In the teaser paragraph it stated: “Coffee, sex and blowing your nose could increase the risk of a type of stroke, say researchers in the Netherlands.” Of course, everyone is saying that despite this troubling evidence, additional studies will be needed to know for sure. Even the “Stroke Association said more research was needed.”

Well, that’s interesting news isn’t it now, but I doubt many of us are going to give up coffee, or sex for that matter. Nevertheless, I believe this proves my point. That is to say how can we trust such a study or research project? After all, for every one of these negative research papers about Coffee, I can find you several more that put caffeine and coffee consumption in a positive light as long as it’s done in moderation. And for someone to say that sex is bad for your health, I’d like to remind you that if your parents never had sex, you wouldn’t be here, and we wouldn’t be discussing this anyway.

Perhaps we should take these research papers with a grain of salt and realize that some things are good for us and some things are not, but most everything in moderation probably will not kill you. It’s better to go through life happy, and with a positive attitude than to deprive yourself of the things that you enjoy. If you drink a cup of coffee a day chances are you will be fine. After all, there are many centenarians, those people who are now over 100-years old who drink coffee every single day and have since they were in their 20s.

It didn’t kill them, and it probably won’t kill you either. Indeed I hope you will please consider all this and think on it. If you have any comments, questions, case studies, or other research along this line of thinking that you’d like to discuss then please shoot me an e-mail.

Are Multiple Orgasms Good For Health?

Question: Are multiple orgasms good for health?

The answer is a simple ‘yes’ for women. We’ll come back to this.

For men the answer is not as straightforward. Although sexual energy is known to have therapeutic value, frequent ejaculation is not considered good for a man’s health. A man’s semen is considered to be the essence of life. The literal translation for the word ‘to ejaculate’ in Chinese is ‘she-jing’ (‘to ejaculate essence’). Frequent ejaculation is thought to deplete vital energy.

If a man is capable of experiencing multiple orgasms that are dry, then that’s considered to be beneficial for health. Sexual energy is the most powerful human emotion whether it involves ejaculation or not. Being the most powerful energy, it can impact the entire nervous system to flow, thereby causing the vitalising of every cell in every organ of the body. Multiple orgasms without multiple ejaculations are considered good for a man’s health. Whereas multiple or frequent ejaculations are not so.

Question: Why are multiple orgasms good for a woman’s health?

The energy of an orgasm produces a powerful, positive, therapeutic impact on a woman’s nervous system without depletion of life energy.

The intensity of an orgasm is without question the most satisfying as well as health enhancing. Halle Berry is heard to say to go for the intensity, without holding back. And she is right.

However, the most beneficial for a woman is to have multiple after multiple orgasms as well as the intensity. This is where sex becomes an art, and is extended to the art of health. This form of art has interested Taoist health seekers for quite a few hundred years.

Question: How many orgasms can a woman have in one sex session?

Up until 10 years ago, there was written report of twenty five orgasms in one sex session. Now, as far as this author is aware, the figure has gone to 35.

Question: Can this kind of multiple after multiple orgasms be achieved without practice between two partners?

It is unlikely. While multiple orgasms can be a norm for many women, multiple after multiple orgasms to reach 35 require two intimate partners to know each other well and to craft it as an art.

Question: Does age have something to do with it?

A woman is considered to become stronger sexually as she ages. If she is strong sexually in her 20s, she will improve in her 30s; and she is likely to get even stronger in her 40s.

To your happy and steady increase of wellness and happiness,

Jennifer Jianjun Wang
www.jw38coaching.com