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triplea6997 posted:
Hi I'm on here asking a question for my mother in-law she's to embarrassed to call the doctor and discuss this but she is wondering she has a partner she's been with a couple years now and he just got put on coals and seems to be able to ejaculate easier if she gives him oral sex and this is the first time she has ever done oral sex to anyone and is afraid that if she gives him oral sex and he ejaculates. And she swallows it that it may be harmful to her and i Know nothing about that so anyone with mature responses please help me figure this out for her so she can be more comfortable trying things out of the norm. Also any suggestions on how to make it easier for ejaculation are welcome thank you....
ontbear responded:
are you a female that is asking for your mother-in-law
jlgetch responded:
OK, so a few questions in response -
1. How old is your Mother-in-Law?
2. Does she have any reservations about her partner's sexual health (any likelihood of STD's, etc.)?
3. Is she likely to get pregnant if she has intercourse with him?

So, if she is older, she may have reservations about oral because of upbringing or religious teaching. But there is nothing that should prohibit oral between consenting adults. Does she enjoy receiving oral?
In fact, if her hesitation is a result of religious upbringing, please show here these words from the Bible, in the Song of Solomon, Chapter 2, verses 3-4 and Chapter 4, verse 6 (Message translation):

The Woman
3-4 As an apricot tree stands out in the forest, my lover stands above the young men in town.
All I want is to sit in his shade,
to taste and savor his delicious love.
He took me home with him for a festive meal,but his eyes feasted on me!
The Woman

Oh, let my lover enter his garden!
Yes, let him eat the fine, ripe fruits.

If she is concerned about receiving semen orally or is at all concerned about STD's, then tell her to put a condom on his erect penis before taking him orally. But in fact, semen is very unlikely to be harmful in any way (in fact it is nutritious, however, the taste might be unusual - being somewhat dependent on what he regularly eats and drinks). If his health is good and he is free of any STD's, receiving semen orally should be no more harmful than receiving it vaginally.

In fact, if she is still pre- or peri-menopause, she is safer from the standpoint of not getting pregnant if she does him orally.

The only last comment is that if he is unable to perform and give her vaginal intercourse, he needs to be sure to please her in other ways (having him perform orally on her, etc.).

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