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chonies
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My boyfriend has been wanting to give me oral sex for a while now, but I am too scared to let him do anything down there! I'm scared if I smell or taste funny. ah help me! I really want it to try it since I've never recieved before.
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cool87
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First, you are never obligated to have oral sex performed on you if you aren't ready or if you don't feel like doing it. Do it only if YOU want to do it too.

As for the taste, considering you use a dental dam you shouldn't worry about it. If you don't do what a dental dam is, it's a sheet of latex used during oral sex performed on a women. That sheet makes a barrier between the vagina and the mouth and therefore protect you and your partner from getting STDs. If you don't want to by some, making one with a condom will do just fine. By using that, you don't have to worry about the taste.

And you're not supposed to have a really bad smell down there if you don't have a infection. Sure there can be an odor but I don't think that's something to repulse your boyfriend, really. It's not a strong odor.

If you still feel scared about the smell and taste, maybe you should reconsider the fact that you might not be ready to do it yet with your boyfriend ?

But again, the taste and smell is not something you should worry about if you use a dental dam and don't have an infection or problem down there.

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I'm sure a condom would work fine, but a free alternative is saran wrap (thats clingfilm for Brits like me). Always trying to save money, me. [Smile]

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But if you use saran wrap, it is important that it is non-microwavable because the pores in microwaveable saran wrap are large enough to allow viruses and bacteria to pass through.

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