Teabagged - Oral Sex

Oral Sex

Along with the penis, the scrotum is sensitive and considered to be an erogenous zone. This makes varying degrees of stimulation an integral part of oral sex for many men. Although it may be unappealing to some, it does not need to be physically harmful or uncomfortable for the individual performing the oral stimulation. It is also an activity that may be practiced within the context of BDSM and male dominance, with a dominant man tea bagging his submissive partner as a variation of facesitting or to inflict erotic humiliation.

Its gain in prominence has been attributed to its depiction in the film Pecker, which was released in 1998. It has since become popular enough with couples to be discussed during an episode of Sex and the City. Sex experts have praised various techniques that the performer can use during fellatio to increase their partner's pleasure. These include gently sucking and tugging on the scrotum and use of lips to ensure minimal contact with their teeth. It has also been recommended as a form of foreplay or safer sex.

According to columnist Dan Savage, the person whose scrotum is being stimulated is known as "the teabagger" and "the teabaggee" is the one giving the stimulation: "A teabagger dips sack; a teabaggee receives dipped sack." Sex and relationship experts have varying definitions on how the act is performed. Some consider the act to be as simple as fellatio involving the scrotum. Others consider the position to involve the man squatting over his reclined partner while the testicles are repeatedly raised and lowered into the mouth. Whether or not licking and fondling is considered tea bagging was once debated on the Howard Stern Show.

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