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    bjj1000 posted:
    how can you motivate your lover to perform oral sex.he does it but does it to please me but it seems that he is not really in to it. i am accustomed to having sex with men who love the act and go far out to make me happy.i love performing oral sex on him and it increases my excitement for his physical entrance.
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    georgiagail responded:
    Have you asked him why he isn't "really in to it"?

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    StacyVaughn responded:
    I have the same issue, and have been trying to figured it out. It didn't wok for me, but you should probably take the first step by talking about it. I straight up asked my partner, in a kind way, if he doesn't like the taste, smell, or just simply doesn't like the act of it. Another way I had attempted to ask my partner about it is by asking him, "now that we've been together for awhile, what are your likes and dislikes in bed? Is there anything you've desired to still do?"


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