With fiction’s new love of vampires more and more men are getting the idea that biting is a kinky thing to do. Since this has been part of my own routine since long before all this nonsense started, I must be the one to explain how to do this properly. First I caution that though this has never been my experience, many online accounts report that this isn’t well liked. I’ve never personally known anyone (female) who didn’t love to be bitten. I think it varies based on your generation, so if you’re in your early twenties yet then give it a try (be sure your partner is into the alternative but won’t think you’re being a vampire fan boy loser). Doing this well goes a long way toward not looking foolish and making it obvious where you got the idea. If you girls want to give it a shot, I caution that in my experience boys don’t like teeth as much as you do.
First of all: like all things you do in passion, be confident. Be certain you want to bite your partner, be certain they’ll allow it (don’t ask permission or anything, that’s a real turn off).
Don’t opt for anywhere complicated yet. Just go for the neck or shoulders first. Don’t bite the inner thighs or breasts or any such place until they are into it.
Don’t jump into it, that’s just unpleasant and it’ll probably seem like assault. For sure it’ll kill the mood. Get comfortable, make them comfortable, either be sitting behind them or be over them, or standing facing. Make sure you can reach without looking foolish. Move their hair aside and hold it there, gently of course, you don’t want it getting in the way. Start by caressing their skin with your lips. Don’t part yet and don’t be too moist.
Where to aim: Start near the ear and trace down the neck. Draw in the skin a little but don’t bite yet. Try to find the spot that they give you more access when you reach. Obviously be aware of signs that your attention is unwanted at all times.
The skin near the ear is sensitive but only for gentle things, don’t bite there. Don’t try to bite anywhere that’s too firm or obviously has a bone. Don’t bite the collar, that hurts a bit. Find a soft part; it’ll be closer to the shoulder. If you’re completely unsure where to bite then find the skin where the neck meets the shoulder. When you’re ready then don’t bite yet. Draw the skin into your moth a little. If they can’t get into sucking they aren’t going to tolerate biting. When you’ve done this then bite down. Do it slowly, be aware of any complaints or the very obvious “ow” or “what are you doing?”. If it’s all fine or if you’re getting positive results then bite harder or pull a little. You’re going to have to experiment with what works best.
If done well I have seen biting bring results every time. Don’t do this to be a vampire fan boy though, do it because you want to.
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