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He doesn't go down on me anymore... Should I stop giving him head?

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Question - (20 November 2007) 9 Answers - (Newest, 5 May 2010)
A female United Kingdom age 26-29, anonymous writes:

hi,im in a stable relationship and have been for 2yrs until recently my partner loved going down on me and i him.it has been something like 2 months since he last went down and it seems he has no intensions of ressuming it,yet i have continued to give him head,he knows i can only achive orgasms when he stimulates my clit with his tongue,would it be wrong to stop head unless he ressumes going down

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A reader, anonymous, writes (5 May 2010):

Talk about this with him??

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A male reader, anonymous, writes (17 April 2008):

I see you've got good answers here!

Anyway, you should tell him straight what you fell and that's it. Or if you have no guts to tell him, you could start a 69 position while you are down on him and see what happens. But I would ask him if he knows that this is the only way you get an orgasm, because he might tell you that you have developed a bad taste or smell down there...

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A female reader, TasteofIndia United States + , writes (21 November 2007):

TasteofIndia agony auntNobody can be a mind reader, darling. You need to come out and ask him. If you are comfortable enough to have sex with each other, you should be comfortable enough to talk about it! Before you go as far as withholding hold from him (which I think is a good drastic decision should it come to that), I think you should at least let him KNOW that you miss him going down on you.

Good luck, sweetness!

xxIndia

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A female reader, hello1 United Kingdom +, writes (21 November 2007):

hello1 agony aunttell him how you feel AND stop giving him head. You say its the only way you get off and he's stopped doing it!! how selfish

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A female reader, 4Tee United States +, writes (21 November 2007):

Sex should never be taboo...ASK HIM...what do you have to lose? If this could be your husband, you better settle this one now...

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A male reader, Collaroy Australia +, writes (21 November 2007):

Collaroy agony auntEasy mate,

stop giving him head. When he asks you why say: "I'll tell you when you tell me why you have stopped"

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A female reader, thatgothgirl20 United States +, writes (21 November 2007):

thatgothgirl20 agony auntAsk him why he doesn't anymore.

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (21 November 2007):

it would be best to talk to him ask him why he has stopped pleasuring you

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A male reader, Andy00 United Kingdom +, writes (21 November 2007):

Andy00 agony auntHello.

Do you not think it would be better; instead of not giving him head, and hoping he will get the message, you should just talk to him about it? Why not be straight up and honest with him about it, instead of simply trying to give him the hint. Who knows, if you do press the issue, maybe you'll get what you want.

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