Striking at the Tip

Name of Kama Sutra Position: Striking at the Tip (oral technique for women)

Getting into the position: During oral intercourse with the male, the woman is instructed to let her tongue flick all over the male appendage. Pointing her tongue like a straight arrow, the woman then repeatedly strikes the Òsensitive glans tip.Ó

On a scale of 1 to 10 how would you rate position (1 as horrible, 10 as sexual nirvana)?
6 for the guy and a 5 from the girl

Did you have difficulty getting into the position?
It looked to me like she did not have much trouble.

Did you feel like a pretzel? Were you able to do the motions once in position? N/A

Any recommendations on getting either in or out of this position? N/A

How long did you last in the position? 
10 minutes.

Enjoyment once you were in position (for the woman): ÒYesÓ (sheÕs a real trooper!)
Enjoyment once you were in position (for the man): It was very interesting É neither good nor bad.

Short Answers:

Was the position comfortable? Were you able to relax?
Woman: As comfortable as can be expected.

Would you consider this to be an intimate position (why or why not)? 
This position is both very intimate and trusting. I say trusting, as anytime a man hears the words Òflick É strike É and arrowÓ in reference to his appendage, he will generally run for the hills.

Are you achy or sore after the fact?
Woman: No

What did the position feel like (both mentally and physically) in 50 words or less?
It was a little like a massage for the manhood. Kneading, marinating, preparing the penis for the task at hand, which hopefully involves slightly more than just the Òstriking of the tipÓ for the evening! This particular technique can be a little ticklish at times, but in a good way.

Did she reach orgasm? No
Did he reach orgasm? Yes

Did it take longer than usual to reach orgasm? Yes

Would you do this position again (why or why not)? 
If she wanted to I would not be against it É but I would not ask for it by name.

Any suggestions to make the position more pleasurable? 
Be gentle with the flicking of that tongue ladies É very gentle!

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