"Just because it's oral sex doesn't mean you only use your mouth. Use your hands to hold at the base. And ball play is always fair play." —Carly H.
"Any time my jaw or neck needs a break, I pull back and just focus on the tip. If you have plenty of lube or saliva, you can keep pumping with your hands while you circle, lick, and suck on the tip. Best of both worlds—for both of you!" —Anne G.
"There's this little spot where the shaft meets the balls that is super sensitive. My ex once told me it was like I hit his g-spot. Nailed it!" —Sara K.
"I sometimes add flavoured lube when I'm giving oral sex. I think the lube makes it feel better for him, and it gives me something to enjoy, too." —Isabel J.
"If I'm starting to get tired, or need a break to swallow my saliva (gross, but it happens), I slow down the speed. Once I've had a little break, I speed it up again. I think the change in tempo really feels good for him." —Natalie H.
"Ask what he likes. You'll feel way more confident if you know the rhythm, speed, and little quirks that he prefers." —Melissa S.
"My go-to move is sucking on the tip while also using my hand on the shaft. I'll slowly bring my hand up and over the head, then put the tip in my mouth again as I bring my hand back down. It's almost like that hand-over-hand massage technique, but it's hand over mouth!" –Sarah H.
"I always think about how much he's enjoying it—and how amazing he is at reciprocating—and it makes me really enjoy being on the giving end." —Lindsay P.
"When he's about to climax, I gently pull on his balls to make him last a little bit longer. My boyfriend always says it makes it even more intense." —Elizabeth O.
"When you're focusing on the tip, don't forget the underside of the head—it's a really sensitive spot." —Malia G.
"I make moaning noises while going down on him. It turns him on even more and lets him know I enjoy making him feel this good." —Margrite W.
This article originally appeared on Women's Health