OWO Vs Covered Oral
March 26, 2015
When it comes to sex, you can never be too careful. Yet when it comes to oral sex, the world is divided. Some want to keep your dick wrapped while going down on you, while others are more than happy to go without a condom if you’re clean enough.
Is it better to go for covered oral or OWO in the bedroom? We take a look at the advantages of each.
What do they mean?
The difference between the two is really simple, and it all revolves around a condom.
Covered oral, or oral (with condom), means your cock is covered as it goes into your partner’s mouth.
OWO, which stands for oral without, means that your dick is free from the confines of a condom so you can feel every sensation along your man meat.
The difference between the two might not seem to be that big, but talking about this topic really divides opinion. This is a hot topic everywhere, and we take a look at why.
There are many advantages to oral with condom. For a start, your cock is covered, meaning you are protected from STIs and STDs and you are also protecting your partner from them. A lot of people forget that you can catch STIs and STDs from oral sex, but the NHS website tells us that gonorrhoea, genital herpes, and syphilis are the three most common you are at risk of catching if you go unprotected.
Those aren’t the only STIs you can catch, but for many wearing a condom while getting head from a new partner helps them relax that little bit more.
Some people also find it easier to give oral sex if their partner is wearing a condom. Sometimes, men struggle to keep their cock clean, and there is no bigger turn off than going down on your man and tasting the gunk he has on his junk. A condom protects you from this and means you can go at it without having to tread on eggshells on the topic of hygiene.
Covered oral means you can completely relax with your partner, and when you finish there is no big mess to clean up. You cum in the condom so your partner doesn’t have to decide whether to spit or swallow during oral sex, and you can simply throw it away. Simple.
As for OWO, it again has its advantages. Because your dick is uncovered, it means you get to feel every action your partner does. Condoms can lower your sensitivity, so being free lets you enjoy every lick, suck, and stroke your partner does. This is the big decider for many people, because oral without just feels better.
Uncovered oral means you don’t have to pause in the middle of the action to get a condom. This slight break can be a huge problem for some men, as they start to feel less turned on. This can completely ruin the moment. Instead, your partner can smoothly slide their lips around your head without having to leave the bed.
You also get more choice. Sure, with covered oral you could let them slide the condom off and finish wherever you want to, but do you really want to have to worry about giving them enough time when you’re about to come to slide off the condom and change the position?
Ultimately, the choice of whether you go with a condom or without when it comes to oral sex can only be made by two people – you and your partner.
You might really want to go without to enjoy the full experience, but talk to your partner first. They might prefer to use a condom to pretend themselves from any possible STIs, and so they don’t have to worry about that all important “to swallow or to spit” decision.
It could also be that you want to go covered to make it last long. Sometimes, the mere idea of a woman giving head is enough to make a man blow his load, and instead you want to enjoy every sensation of their lips sliding up and down your cock.
Tell us what you think. Are you an OWO person or do you prefer to keep things covered?
Since then she has gained a fine reputation with her blogs on sex advice, sexual health and amusing news stories from around the globe. She is also a campaigner for the rights of sex workers from all over the world.
In her spare time, Lara keeps herself active by going running, and is something of a film buff. She also loves to go travelling.
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