Oral sex is the target of two types of prejudice: immorality and lack of hygiene. In our Judeo-Christian culture any practice that does not lead to procreation has always been condemned, and the genitals are considered by many to be a dirty part of the body because of its proximity to the organs of excretion. Of course, none of this is true. It is well known that the vast majority of sex that is practiced is not for procreation, and with common hygiene the sex organs can be as clean and fragrant as any other part of the body. In addition, under normal conditions, the penis and vulva contain much less germs than the mouth.
Many people avoid this sexual practice or use it, feeling anxious and embarrassed, just to please the partner. In the conclusion of the study on the opinion of men about the cunnilingus, Shere Hite says in his report: "Are women not clean?" One of the most frequent themes about the vagina and vulva is related to woman's cleanliness, or if it has been washed lately. "The fact that so many men feel a desire to emphasize this point seems to reflect the influence of old patriarchal views on female sexuality (and women) as something dirty, sordid, or not very pretty."
Although many taboos, some find a little shame, others a filth, oral sex is the activity that is most practiced before penetration. It is estimated that today, in the West, about 75% of couples experience oral-genital stimulation, and at least 40% use it frequently. And research indicates that these couples are more likely to adjust sexually. Not for less. The mouth and genitals are the most sensitive organs in the body and are quite receptive to the sensations of pleasure. Not to mention the extra that erotic creativity can provide. The men on a Micronesian island, for example, place a small fish inside the woman's vagina, which is gradually licked by them in the foreplay. There are men who, without the courage to suggest to their wives oral sex, seek, with prostitutes, the satisfaction of this forbidden pleasure at home. Women, in addition to all the embarrassment over sexual repression, are afraid of choking on their penises and, to the disappointment of their partners, avoid swallowing their sperm. A thing which, unduly, is seen as a lack of love. There are other difficulties in the practice of oral sex.
Men complain about women who suck the penis hard or brush their teeth, causing displeasure. The women say that the partners, not knowing the female anatomy well, concentrate the stimulation on the large vaginal lips, where there are few nerve endings and therefore do not provide pleasure. Or, worse, rub the clitoris rudely, causing pain. Because sex is learning, if there is a will, it is possible to improve performance. However, the most complicated to solve, and that generates serious misunderstandings, leaving the woman resentful, is the man's attitude toward oral sex. Not only are men who want women to suck their penis, but they always avoid doing the same thing in their partner's vagina.