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As of bein safe im covered.

My boyfriend and I were talking about blow jobs. I have never given one mainly due to the fact i have mainly dated females before hand. I am not sure where to even start with giving one. he says he wants one that would be good because no one he's dated has been experienced. I wonder if I could use similar techniques to eating a girl out but alter it for something not as flat lol :-p.

any tips?

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For the most part, being "good" at a sexual activity isn't so much about technique as it is about being communicative, curious and open to experimentation.

So, a good start would be for you and your partner to sit down and have another conversation about this. What does he like? What does he not like? What have his previous partners done that didn't work for him? And then you can take it from there and experiment together.

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Being "good" has a great deal more to do with attitude then with any technical skill. Afterall, which would you prefer? Someone who is enthusiastic and enjoying trying to give you pleasure or someone who knows lots of techniques but isn't enthusiastic and when you look down you keep seeing them glancing at there watch wondering when they will be done? The bored looking one even if they knew what they are doing would be a major turn off for me.
Also, paying attention to verbal and physical cues helps. He's bound to have at least some response if you start doing something he is enjoying.
Just have fun.

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