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#AskPlayboy: Jenny Mollen on Oral Sex
  • June 17, 2013 : 07:06
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Q: I’ve started seeing this girl who does not like when I eat her out. I don’t think I’m bad at it, I’ve never had any complaints before, but any time I’ve attempted it with this new girl she gets crazy giggly and asks me to stop, which kind of kills the mood. I really like giving oral sex so it’s a little annoying for me. Do you think there is any way around something like this? Why the hell is she laughing when I’m down there!

A: The fact that you “haven’t had any complaints before” means nothing. Women are the best liars when it comes to sex. And most of the time, getting into the details of what somebody is doing right and wrong isn’t worth the awkward conversation.  

However, I think what you’re dealing with is a completely different beast.

Your girlfriend isn’t laughing to kill the mood; she’s laughing because she is having a hard time being vulnerable. Maybe she’s a great communicator who is forthcoming with her feelings and emotions on every other level, but when it comes to this, she’s afraid to relinquish control. If she is anything like most women, she is probably worrying about what she smells like, if she’s being selfish, if you’re bored, if your neck hurts, and when she’s gonna come. Being eaten out is stressful! And my advice for women who find it unbearable is simple: They need to try it themselves.

A dick is an organ on the outside of the body, making sucking on it fairly straightforward. A vagina is a wetter, deeper, more mysterious place. As the owner of one, I can tell you, it’s often hard to gauge what exactly is going on down there. That’s why I’ve found it helpful to explore other people’s.

If your girl heeds my advice, she will be happily surprised to learn that her fears are unfounded. As you know, going down on a woman isn’t some dirty obligation. It’s an exciting and erotic adventure that is far easier on your jaw than choking down a penis.  

Once your girlfriend experiences things from your perspective, I think she’ll loosen up. If not, allow me to be the first to tell you,

“You suck at eating pussy.”  


Jenny Mollen is a writer, actress and all-around gorgeous sassy badass who lives in L.A. with her dog Teets and husband Jason Biggs. She writes about her life on TheSmokingJacket.com in her highly popular column What She Said. Jenny’s book, I Like You Just the Way I Am, will be published in spring 2014 by St. Martin’s Press.  Follow her on Twitter at @JennyAndTeets and on Instagram at JennyAndTeets2.

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