Men, meet your new guru, and ladies, meet your new hero — Jamie Bell. The actor, who you probably remember best as the lead in “Billy Elliot” and as Evan Rachel Wood’s boyfriend, had a lot to say about cunnilingus when being interviewed by British GQ. Like, couldn’t stop talking about the importance of it. For example, when the magazine asked him for his thoughts on how to impress a woman, he said:
“Buy her flowers? Take her home on the weekend to meet your mother? No. Let’s cut to the primal — be good in the sack. [Slaps thighs] Have an understanding of what’s going on down there and have fun, awesome sex.”
Then later on, when asked about a skill every guy should possess, he didn’t suggest being able to grill a good steak or change a tire. Nope, he was down to talk about going down — again.
“Skill? You know what I’m going to say. A man should have a good understanding of a vagina. He should be good at oral sex. On a woman. … Making fires and pleasing a woman. In the vaginal area.”
As a woman, I would like to agree. Great advice, Jamie. What are you doing later? [GQ UK]
Meanwhile, here are eight other celebs talking about oral sex.
The world is made up of two types of people: spitters and swallowers. But the spitters and swallowers have at least one thing in common — they’re all tasters and sometimes, when you’re gettin’ down to business, well, things don’t taste so great. That’s where Masque comes in. Masque is “a revolutionary intimacy enhancement product that has been scientifically formulated to conceal the sometimes unpleasant flavors associated with oral sex on your man, and his subsequent climax.” In, heh, layman’s terms, it’s a paper-thin, gel strip — available in chocolate, strawberry, and watermelon! — that absorbs onto your tongue prior to giving head which then conceals the taste of your man’s spunk for 15 minutes. An after-dinner, pre-blow job amuse-bouche, you might call it. And that, we must admit, is something we’re going to have to try.
When the Frat Boy I had my eye on invited me over under the guise of “hanging out,” eating pizza, and watching a scary movie, I arrived with hairy legs to ensure my pants stayed on.
Within minutes, the lights dimmed, the movie started, and so did the shoulder massage, which quickly evolved into neck nibbling and kissing. Admittedly, he was a fantastic kisser, with soft lips that tasted like cherries (literally – I later checked his medicine cabinet and found a tube of Cherry Chapstick).
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Remember that K-Y Intense commercial about a lesbian couple? I love this NSFW spoof about Lip Labs, a beer- or jalapeno-scented vaginal wipe product for your ladybits to get rid of “that vagina smell.” Um, please don’t give Summer’s Eve any ideas. [Hello Giggles]
To write this article on cunnilingus, I created a mini-survey to get some perspectives from readers, Twitter followers, Facebook friends and a bunch of total strangers. I threw “box job”—as Dan Savage once described the act—in the title simply because, sad as it seems, I assumed that that the technical term (which is derived from the Latin words for vulva and tongue) wasn’t widely known. Keep reading »
My new favorite pop star? Italy‘s Gionny Scandal. What an artiste! His new song, “I’m Horny,” features a bevy of barely legal blondes sucking lollipops and being sprayed in the face with whipped cream while they sing a chorus about giving him a blowjob. Everyone’s mamma must be so proud! [Europopped] Keep reading »
Something no one tells you about sex? A good romp in the sack can be dangerous. No, I’m not talking about potentially deadly sexually transmitted diseases and infections, like HIV. (Although those are dangerous too, obviously.) I’m talking about the rug burn, pulled hair, and the overzealous nipple bite (ow!) that every woman needs to watch out for. And no, a hickey doesn’t count as an “injury.” Keep reading »
Here’s a gift I could really use: a Diesel store in India gave away blowjob kneepads with purchases over $150! The packages, which subtly display a woman’s open mouth, read “buy one, get one pearl necklace free.” That’s … just … ew. At least Diesel can’t be accused of not thinking of your comfort, ladies. (And certain gentlemen!) [Copyranter] Keep reading »
“Yeah — ‘Blue Valentine,’ ‘Black Swan’… ladies getting it on! They’re all different movies and it’s done differently; I think Greenberg’s use of [oral sex] is the most comedic, because there’s something so funny about people hooking up for the first time and he immediately goes down on her … I think, I hope, it’s part of a larger trend of sex being portrayed frankly. But women having sex has been a problem for a really long time, especially on film. It’s something people do … But if they show sex, in that shot it’s usually a two-shot from the side and you know the moment his penis goes into her because she kind of arches back, and it looks so weird and fake.”
– “Greenberg” star Greta Gerwig talks about her oral sex scene with Ben Stiller and the state of sex scenes in Hollywood. I hope it does become more in vogue to feature real sex in films. Otherwise, why bother watching? I think we’re all over watching that back arching BS that leaves us feeling utterly uncoordinated in comparison. I want to see something human, whether it be awkward, raw, silly, or sexy. No more women with full makeup cleverly covered with a sheet making those silly “oohing” and “aahhhhing” sounds. More oral! More oral! [Huffington Post] Keep reading »