A common critique of hookup culture is that it favors men's pleasure over women's, and a recent study confirmed that women on college campuses, the biggest hubs of hookups, might be getting shortchanged. Surveying Canadian college students, the researchers sought to figure out how common oral sex was in particular and how men and women felt about it. Two-thirds of the students polled reported that it was part of their last hookup—but there was an imbalance between who was giving and who was receiving. Nearly 60 percent of women but only 52 percent of men reported giving oral sex, and 63 percent of men but only 44 percent of women reported receiving it. In addition, slightly more men than women—73 percent versus 69 percent—said they got a lot of pleasure from receiving oral sex. Does this mean men don't want to go down on women?
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Oral sex in an adolescent population.
Victorian government portal for older people, with information about government and community services and programs. Type a minimum of three characters then press UP or DOWN on the keyboard to navigate the autocompleted search results. Both men and women can give their partner oral sex. But oral sex has official medical names too: oral sex on a woman the vagina, vulva and clitoris is called cunnilingus, and oral sex on a man the penis is called fellatio.
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Skip navigation! That same study found that That said, as these numbers indicate, you're also not alone if you don't love oral sex — giving or receiving.
One of the more unexpected lessons the universe offered up last week is that the spectrum of male attitudes toward cunnilingus is anchored by DJ Khaled on one end, with the Rock holding down the other. Which is something sex researchers already knew well, at least when it comes to heterosexual relationships a study published last year in the Journal of Sex Research found that both men and women in same-sex couples have oral sex more frequently than those in opposite-sex couples, and that women, in particular, were more likely to enjoy it. According to the National Survey of Family Growth, a nationally representative survey of adults in the U.