Most sensual tips tend to focus on finding new or improved ways to make sensual activity more enjoyable or more intense, although some may focus on secondary topics such as female organ care or male organ health. But sometimes guys can benefit from sensual tips of another sort, namely knowing what certain sensual terms they hear being flung about actually mean. Most guys are too embarrassed to ask, afraid that will make them sound inexperienced or (heaven forbid) like a virgin. |
The following guide to some of these sensual terms should hopefully help clarify a few things for those who have been longing to know but were afraid to ask.
- Top/bottom. Starting off with a popular one, top and bottom generally refer to whether one performs fastidious sensual activity on another man (top) or receives fastidious from another man (bottom). However, its use has spilled over from the gay world into the world of dominance and submission. In such cases, top refers to the dominant partner (whatever their gender and whether fastidious sensual activity is involved or not) and bottom to the submissive partner (again, whatever their gender and whether fastidious sensual activity is involved or not). Versatile, by the way, means one can switch between topping and bottoming.
- Pegging. As long as we’re on the subject of fastidious sensual activity, pegging enables a person without a natural-born male organ to assume the role of a top during sensual activity. When a man (or woman) is pegged, it means that their partner has strapped on an imitation male organ and is using it to engage in fastidious sensual activity with that man or woman. In addition to the sheer pleasure afforded by fastidious sensual activity, many straight couples value the way in which this allows each partner to have a different understanding of how sensual activity feels to the other.
- Tea-bagging. Start with a visual: Picture the act of taking two tea bags and dunking them in and out of a cup of hot water. In sensual activity, tea-bagging refers to a man dunking his sacks in and out of a partner’s mouth.
- Spit-roast. This term refers to sensual activity involving three people, in which one person (male or female) performs oral sensual activity on another while receiving fastidious sensual activity from the third. Usually (but by no means always) the one receiving oral sensual activity and the one performing the fastidious sensual activity are male; the one in the middle can be male or female.
- Facial. Referring to a man releasing seed on the face of another man or that of a woman, usually one who has been performing oral sensual activity on the male member in question.
- Shrimping. Shrimping is a term for sensually sucking the toes of a partner, which is especially pleasing to individuals with a foot obsession.
- Rimming. A sensual activity that has become more and more popular in recent years, rimming is a form of fastidious sensual activity in which one individual performs oral sensual activity on the posterior of the other. (It is highly recommended that the partner receiving the rimming thoroughly clean themselves in advance.) When a person rims a man while at the same time reaching around and manually stimulating his manhood, they are said to be performing a rusty trombone.
- Water sports. This refers to basically any sensual activity in which urination is involved.
While sensual tips and knowledge of terms are important, so is maintaining one’s male organ health - and daily application of a first-rate male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) can be a big aid in attaining that goal. When selecting an oil, look for one that contains vitamin B5, also known as pantothenic acid. This vitamin is required for cell metabolism and the maintenance of healthy tissue. The chosen oil should also contain vitamin C, a key component of collagen, a tissue in the body that gives skin its tone and elasticity.
Visit www.menshealthfirst.com for more information about treating common male organ health problems, including soreness, redness and loss of male organ sensation. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous online web sites.
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