The question of how do you go down on someone who has a vulva is one of the most common questions asked online. There are many opinions regarding it. Some say that it’s not necessary to try because they have already done so before or that it doesn’t matter since there are other ways to enjoy their partner. Others believe that if you’re going to kiss them, then at least make sure you give her something special.
In any case, there are some things you need to know about going down on a woman who has a vulva. First of all, don’t worry too much about what she might think; just go ahead and do it anyway!
If she doesn’t like it, well that’s fine too. She probably won’t even notice.
Another thing you’ll want to know is whether or not it’s possible to go down on her while she’s asleep. It isn’t.
That would be very difficult, but I’m sure you could figure out a way. Also, there are no rules about how deep you have to go; it depends on the size of the vulva and the angle at which you’re doing it. The best way to start is usually with shallow motions and work your way up from there. If possible, try varying the speed and depth of your movements–especially since everyone is different.
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Anatomie aspects of vaginal eversion after hysterectomy by JOL DeLancey – American journal of obstetrics and gynecology, 1992 – Elsevier
The vaginitis monologues: women’s experiences of vaginal complaints in a primary care setting by A Karasz, M Anderson – Social Science & Medicine, 2003 – Elsevier
In search of sexual pleasure and fidelity: vaginal practices in KwaZulu‐Natal, South Africa by F Scorgie, B Kunene, JA Smit, N Manzini… – Culture, health & …, 2009 – Taylor & Francis
Vaginal birth after cesarean: views of women from countries with high VBAC rates by C Nilsson, E van Limbeek… – Qualitative health …, 2017 – journals.sagepub.com