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5 Sex Tips for Every 20-Something Gay Guy Out There

Yes, we are all so self-confident that we really do think we don’t need any advice. But, if you actually took a couple of minutes anytime you saw an article on that topic, you would be three times a lover you are now. So, without further ado take a look at this list of five most important sex tips for every 20-something gay guy out there. It doesn’t matter if you just came out or you’ve been out of the closet for a long time, and it doesn’t really matter if you’re a top or a bottom, these tips might help you more than you think. If you’re a heterosexual and still reading this – take a look, you might learn something you haven’t known before:

Keep it clean and safe
The most important tip ever is to keep yourself clean, as not many of us like it THAT dirty. No matter whether you give or receive, regular hygiene is a must, and not only for a gay guy. Wouldn’t you like to rim or give head to something spotless? That’s right. Another thing that you should always have in mind is to practice safe sex. Recent studies have shown that there is an increasing number of HIV positive gay guys among the African-American and Latino community, so practicing safe sex, even if you don’t like it, is definitely something you should do. However, if you’re really not into that – take your partner and go get yourselves tested. It’s not expensive and it will only take a couple of minutes.

What that mouth do (part 1)
No, we’re not talking about oral sex (yet). One of the best sex weapons out there is definitely your tongue and the power of words. During foreplay and sex, it is very important that you speak. Don’t make a mistake though, we’re not talking about regular conversation here. Tell your partner everything you want him to do to you, or the nasty things you want to do to him. This will definitely enhance the sexual satisfaction for the both of you. If you accept this tip and do that mouth magic while you’re hopping up and down, your partner will definitely be very grateful.

Make your partner relax
There’s nothing more annoying than telling someone to calm down when they’re upset. Here, things are no different: if your partner is experiencing pain (that is if he’s new to gay sex), telling him to relax is just not enough. This is what foreplay is there for: take your time to make your partner comfortable – talk, cuddle, kiss. Once you’re naked, take your tongue downtown to calm the muscles down there. Rimming your partner a bit if he’s about to receive your package will do the trick. Also, use your favourite lube to make the sex smell nice and more comfortable an enjoyable for the both of you.

Sexercise
Thank you Kylie Minogue for this term! Getting enough sexercise is never a bad thing, and you can do this in multiple ways. For example, no matter if you’re a top or a bottom, doing yoga can increase your flexibility in bed and thus definitely make your partner want sex once again shortly after ejaculation. However, if you are a receiver, make sure to exercise your anus as much as you can to ensure maximum satisfaction. Doing this with sex toys such as the Aneros stimulator or a dildo of the size of your man’s penis will not only increase your satisfaction while masturbating, but you will be more prepared in bed as well.

What that mouth do (part 2)
Now we’re talking about oral sex! Rimming and giving a blowjob is definitely not a taboo topic anymore, and doing this as much as you can is definitely a good way to go. No matter if you’re a 20-, 30- or 40-something gay guy, performing oral sex even if you know that penetration cannot happen is a thing now and it will definitely spice up your sex life. If you’re, let’s say, at a restaurant with friends, take your partner to the toilet and have two to three minutes of happiness there – the sex that will follow after the dinner is going to be groundbreaking. Sex is not only about the actual penetration, it’s everything that comes before, during and after it. And if you want a steady, healthy sexual relationship, your tongue is the key.

As you can see, all of the tips above are rather simple, yet many forget about these. Put your self-confidence on the side, take your time and think about the things you will do this weekend. Maybe we haven’t told you anything you didn’t already know, but we sure did give you several new ideas, right?

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Deadly tick season threatens pets

Vets are warning pet owners to be vigilant as an explosion of tick paralysis cases in Australia’s eastern states leaves a trail of casualties.

Perfect breeding conditions have created huge numbers of paralysis ticks this summer, according to Australian Veterinary Association spokesperson Dr Jodie Wilson.

“The tick season is usually at its height in eastern states from spring through to autumn, but around 700 cases have already been officially logged in Queensland and New South Wales, which is extremely high for so early on in the season,” said Dr Wilson.

Due to these large numbers, vets are particularly concerned that pets in tick-prone areas will be hit hard this year.

Paralysis ticks are usually found in long grass and scrub, particularly in coastal areas. They tend to attach to the head and the neck area of the pet and on the chest and the front of the leg, but can be found on any part of the body.

“Ticks release a toxin when they feed, which leads to a condition known as tick paralysis. Common signs of tick paralysis include gurgling and choking. Dogs will often be unable to bark properly due to paralysis of the throat,” said Dr Wilson.

“Other animals may start to cough when eating or drinking, or may cough up water or food. Some animals may also have trouble breathing. It’s vital to take action immediately if you notice any of these symptoms,” she said.

Ideally pet owners should check dogs and cats daily if they live in tick-prone areas. This is most usefully done by running your hands over the animal to feel for anything unusual. In cats ticks often latch on around the back of the neck where they cannot groom, so it’s important to pay special attention to this area.

“Even if you find and remove a tick it’s important to keep an eye on your pet as they can be affected by the toxin for up to 24 hours after removal,” said Dr Wilson.

Your local vet can give further advice on effective trick prevention products and ways to remove ticks. If you have any concerns about a pet you should contact your local vet for advice.

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