Exes [don’t] suck

June 10, 2013

Ok here we go. I am an attractive guy most girls say a 7 to an 8. I have a good job,  and I am financially responsible.  I have been divorced 2 times and both cheated numerous times on me. I have 3 kids all girls and custody of my oldest from my first marriage. I am good in bed as they always want more and wear me out.
In a way it has always been kind of plain sex and I want to get a little wild and have some fun. How do I find a girl who will just go all out and likes the kinky stuff, and wouldn’t mind giving me my first blow job ? Or even have a long term relationship.

As someone who loves sucking cock, I must apologize for your ex-wives’ severe lack of oral enthusiasm.  Do yourself a favor and allow this to be a deal breaker in your next relationship.  Blow jobs are a very basic, common desire and a loving partner should be willing to oblige at least once in a while (assuming, of course, that you’re willing to do something for their pleasure as well).

As for meeting new women who might suck less (or more) than your exes, put yourself in social situations where you can meet women who have interests similar to yours.  Volunteer to help out with activities at your kids’ schools (I’m sure there are at least a few single mom’s in your area).  Join some internet dating sites.  Put yourself out there, find someone you have a connection with and see where things go.  If you connect & it leads to sex, it’s totally okay for you to ask for a blow job.  Just make sure to satisfy her as well.  If you decide to keep seeing each other bring up your sexual curiosities a little at a time, and not in the heat of the moment.  Vagina’s can’t read minds, so an honest conversation about the type of sex you’d like to be having is the only way to start having the kind of sex you like.

I’m not saying you should meet a nice lady, take her to dinner, and over dessert tell her that you’ve always wanted to wear panties and get spanked.  But somewhere between 3 and 6 months of dating, you should find a time to discuss each others kinks and how you can work together to satisfy one another.  You can’t change what turns you on, but you can refuse to be in a relationship that isn’t sexually satisfying, which will free you up for one that is.

And for fucks sake, don’t get married again.

~The Missionary Position is a sex/relationship advice column. Questions are answered by Ajé Summerly who is a sexuality enthusiast & consultant. To submit a question, email Ajé at tmp@theburrozine.com

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