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Here, the women discuss playing with a guy’s balls during oral sex.
Female 1: I'm into sort of holding and licking them and you know what, I love to watch them contract and then while they are contracting, I'm sure that this work with the contraction and being very mindful of the fact that something is happening in this sensitive area. I don’t think it’s a good idea to sort of grab on and start pulling but really just kind of work with what's naturally going on there. And you do -- licking, sucking, but really just understanding that it is a sensitive, very sexy spot.
Female 2: And once they turn into walnuts then you have to make a big decision, spit or swallow them. I mean, once they're you know.
Female 3: Yeah! I've been daunted by the ball area a lot. I think it’s like the shaft that seems very tangible and then the balls are like this whole I don’t really know what to do down there.
Female 2: Because I had been with ball phobic men and then men who are really into them being touched. I think if you're with someone, hopefully they’ll communicate to you whether they like that. I mean, usually I’ll go pretty gently toward that area and then if it’s a ball phobic person they usually, “Oh, don’t touch me there.” But usually a little light grazing, people dig that.
Female 4: I think even if you're not going to like do anything with them, just holding them like specially if someone is ball phobic, you know, like if you just hold them, you know, they don’t -- they won’t really protest that because it does feel good, you know and that you just, you know, we lightly introduce them to anything like that.
Female 5: And just like -- I mean, when you say hold them, I mean just like?
Female 4: I just mean literally like as your giving a blow job, you have them in your hand. Like, I'm not saying about grabbing them. I'm not talking about -- I'm just talking about just -- specially if someone is like kind of wary of that area, just to have them in your hand, just to have like a hand on them, like you know, it feels, you know, a lot of guys like that.
Female 3: It reminds me of those, you know, those silver balls.
Female 6: I don’t like having them on my mouth. Its not -- no, I'm not going to say its not that I don’t -- its not that I don’t like having them on my mouth but they're hairy as hell. And they're just -- I feel like they're too sensitive to have in my mouth. Do you know what I mean? Its like there's just too much stuff going on in there and they're just -- I feel like there's so fragile and yes, my mouth is big enough for them to fit in but, its like live garden.
Female 1: I think that’s a very good though, the hairiness. For me, its -- I would much rather give a blow job to a groomed man than a not groomed man. So, I think if you know, if there's a lot of hair going on and just starting out kind of delving into the world of blow jobs, you can be kind of freaked out with what's going on. You're lost in this hair. You’ve hair in your teeth, its -- you know, it’s all hairy and sweaty. I would definitely be open to communicating and starting to build the language around grooming and what you like and what you don’t like.