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Ten years ago, a bunch of researchers exploring condom use in the UK stumbled across something more interesting. Their study uncovered that British teens agreed that women expected oral sex much less than men — 20 percent of women, versus 43 percent of sex.
This is how much oral sex Brits are really having – and it's going to shock you - Daily Star
Earlier this pakstani nude women, researchers Ruth Lewis and Cicely Marston found that things were more complex — and contradictory — when they interviewed to year-olds for a study of their own, to find out their attitudes. It turns out the teens already shared the idea that male and female pleasure is equivalent.
But when compared to the realities of their actual sexual encounters, the boys reported being much more likely to receive head than the girls. There's clearly a conflict there.
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Basically, the report found that while the teens interviewed said they were all for genital fun equality, blowjobs were seen as more of a given. But going down on women was seen sex more significant — and, oral hint, may have meant that the guys weren't getting as much practice oral learning how to actually find the clit.
But why would cunnilingus be a bigger deal in the first place? That meant, therefore, that oral sex on women was undesirable work.
What is oral sex?
By only resorting to them in relationships, hook-ups provided an acceptable escape route out of equivocal pleasure. I think there's less stigma attached now.
Most guys I know would only do it to someone they were seeing and not on a one night stand. This idea of vulvas as gross wasn't just echoed by guys interviewed in the study.