Sex Advice: Two Women Wonder About Doing The Uncircumcised
“My boyfriend is uncircumcised and super sensitive when I give him oral. I do enjoy giving head most of the time and I’ve honestly never received any complaints from previous boyfriends. However, I just haven’t found quite the right maneuver that completely blows his mind (no pun intended). Do you have any suggestions?” — In Need Of Technique, via email
“I’ve recently begun a relationship with a man that started out as a friendship. We know a lot about each other and have taken time getting to the sack. ‘K’ was born in England and therefore was not circumcised. What do I need to know about going down on an uncircumcised man? Help! We are so ready to go there but I’m afraid of… well, I don’t know what I’m afraid of!” — Not Sure What To Do With A Turtleneck, via emailThe trick to having oral sex with an uncircumcised man is to find his Wizard of Oz — otherwise known as The Man Behind the Curtain.
First, you need to know the basic terminology associated with an uncircumcised penis.
Foreskin: Also known as the prepuce, this is the retractable covering of skin that covers the uncircumcised penis
Glans: This is another term for the head of a penis, a.k.a. The Wizard. When a penis is uncircumcised and flaccid, the foreskin covers Mr. Wiz.
Ridged Band: Just inside the tip of the foreskin. Has tons of nerve endings. Very sensitive!
Shaft: The body of the penis.
Got all that? In case you’re confused, the subject at hand should looks like this: 8===>
Getting to meet the Wizard of Oz means you have to gently pull down on the foreskin with your thumb and index finger, exposing the glans. Once you get to that point, you might as well be dealing with a circumcised penis. Most people don’t know that you have to gently pull it down before you go to town.
Here’s a little trick. Run your tongue under the foreskin (at the ridged band). You can also tighten your lips around the ridged band and let his foreskin follow your lips, using your hand to gently move his foreskin back and forth in rhythm with your mouth. If you’re doing it right, the Wizard will be happy.
Now slip on your ruby slippers and go to town, Dorothy.