I’ve been very lucky to have a whole lot of great feedback for The Art of Blowjob, and the past week is no exception. I’ve done two wonderful interviews and got a glowing review too, so I wanted to share a bit from all three of them with you.
The first is an interview with Tantric News, a site all about spiritual sexuality. Even though I’m an atheist, they can see a spirituality in what I do and I say more power to them. They were kind enough to interview me, so I thought I’d share a couple of our exchanges:
TN: I don’t suppose you could perhaps distill your wisdom into a five keys to a great blowjobs list for us?
CC: Do I have to? Okay, okay, here they are:
#1 – Talk about what your partner wants, in terms of everything from what he knows feels good to whether he enjoys something more soft and romantic or something more rough.
#2 – Express any limitations you have. Examine whether these limits are impossible to be swayed or if you’re willing to try certain things under the right circumstances.
#3 – Try different using different parts of your mouth (lips, tongue, inside of your cheek, throat, etc…) with different parts of his anatomy (cock head, frenulum, shaft, balls, pereneum, etc…) and see what combinations work for him, either by asking or following his physical cues.
#4 – Explore different rhythms, sensations and add use of your hands, breasts, hair… Get creative! Think outside the box and tease his thighs, his butt, his treasure trail, his nipples… Blowjobs can be a whole body experience.
#5 – Make sure to be open and keep evolving. Don’t let yourself get stuck in a rut – be like a composer creating new symphonies of pleasure. The important thing is to be excited about giving pleasure. Really and authentically excited. Everything else will fall into place.
TN: Do you have any thoughts to share about the taste of cum?
CC: I think it’s delicious, personally, but it’s an acquired taste like avocados. My main thing is that, while there are certain things a man can do (like drinking lots of water, eating pineapple, cutting down on smoking/alcohol/red meat), cum might never taste good to you. So instead of making a face or acting disgusted, just take it like a shot and get over it. Or don’t, it’s your choice. But if you feel up to it, give it a shot and just try to see it as a part of the pleasure and sensuality of a blowjob. Don’t expect it to taste like candy, but you may be pleasantly surprised and eventually genuinely crave it.
The second interview was with a new social media site called Soda Social. It was a very fun interview, so again, here are a few questions from it:
I guess the first question is what is difference between your site and all the other sites out there?
It’s different for a few reasons, actually. First, it’s homemade, so we do everything from the creative work to the technical side to the business stuff. Second, we’re a real couple, so we’re not faking our intimacy, which counts for a lot. Third, we pay a lot of attention to the aesthetics of the site, so the videos and photos are really beautiful and creative. Fourth, we do a ton of outreach through social media and my blog, answering every message/comment and specifically focusing on helping people have happier, healthier relationships and sex lives. And fifth, our blowjobs are unlike everything else out there because they’re front and centre and they’re focused on sensuality and passion instead of just rough, almost violent blowjobs.
You look really cute in your scenes and pictures , more genuine than everyone else. Where does this stem from?
We shoot in our own home when we actually feel like it. We’re not a big company in a sound studio with a schedule. Whenever we’re feeling frisky, we set up the camera, get ready and shoot. It’s all genuine intimacy and it’s just the two of us, so we’re not performing. We’re just capturing our natural sexuality, just with the emphasis on the blowjob.
And finally, here is a graphic featuring a summation of my 5 star review from Porn Geekz: