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I could print that on t-shirts. Or keychains. “Cleanliness is Oral Sex Friendliness.” Okay, maybe not t-shirts or keychains. But
I’m not here to debate whether oral sex is okay for Christian married couples. Personally I’m a fan (giving and
Recently a young wife emailed me, asking for tips on giving great oral sex when she and her husband were
I remember years ago having lunch with a friend and we were talking about sex in general — and
Recently I received an email from a concerned wife whose husband was demanding she swallow his semen during oral sex.
This is just one of a variety of sexual demands that can show up in the marriage bed.
Just taking a moment to point you to the results of a survey Paul and Lori Byerly recently did on oral sex. You can find their post here.
Their post may be a good conversation starter with your beloved regarding oral sex.
Years ago, a friend and I were talking in general about sex. In the course of our conversation, the topic of oral sex came up.
I casually mentioned, “What’s not to like about oral sex?”
“Giving or receiving?” she asked.
The other day, I ran a post titled Enough With the Double Standards Regarding Oral Sex. Comments I received on that post from Paul (of The Generous Husband fame) and Lusanda shed light on a very valid point:
As anyone who has followed my blog will know, I am a big proponent of married couples nurturing their sexual intimacy. I’ve written about oral sex before, simply because it is indeed a source of contention within many marriages (maybe even more so among Christian married couples).
Here’s a question. When was the last time you were in your small group or out to breakfast after church, and someone casually offered up this as a conversation starter: “What do you all think about oral sex?” Let me guess. Never, right?
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