Penis Pleasure 101

Did you know that every penis was once a clitoris? And that penises are capable of achieving two different types of orgasm? Learn all about the penis and it’s pleasure points in this livestream with Sexpert RebaTheDiva.

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Alright, guys. So, before I get started I'm just gonna tell you guys a little bit about myself and who I am, and why I do what I do. So, my name is Reba the Diva. Reba Corrine is my name. I am an entertainer, pleasure educator, and sex toy consultant. I started a business in 2015 called Reba the Diva's Sexpert Consultants, and I've pretty much been teaching sex-positive workshops and classes, and doing one-to-one consultations with couples and singles in the DC, Maryland, Virginia, and Points South areas. Oh, you can find more information about me at www.rebathediva.com. I'll put it in the chatbox. Okay. Awesome, sweet. So, with that said, I am also an ambassador for the American Sexual Health Association, which means I do my best to spread the word and promote sexual health information. Again, I am known most for my Blow His Mind Fellatio Workshop that I teach here in DC. I'm also training other consultants to teach this class nationwide. So stay tuned. What else? So yeah, the Blow His Mind Fellatio Workshop is actually a two-hour class that focuses on the male anatomy, seven key ingredients to giving great fellatio, and then you learn 20 tricks and tips. And so, what we're gonna do tonight is sort of like the first 30 minutes of that class but extended. So, the first part of that class is going over the male penis anatomy. And we carve cucumbers together during that class. So today, I'm just going to carve a peen cucumber for you to serve as my penis model, yeah. And it's edible, so there's that. So, the class that I teach is based off of this amazing book I'll tell you guys about. It's called Tickle His Pickle by Dr. Sadie Allison. And if you're okay with it being heteronormative, it's a really good book for learning how to please a penis. So, I used this book as the basis for my presentation, and if you come to my workshop you get a free e-copy included in your workshop ticket. Alright, enough about me. Again, you can learn more at rebathediva.com if you missed any of that. I teach this class, Pleasure and the Penis, once a month. So if you miss anything this month, you can always email me or you can check again in May. I'll be back for that class. So, today I'm gonna do a deep dive into the world of pleasure, as it relates to the penis. Yes, this livestream is all about the dick, the schlong, the dingaling, the anaconda, the baby-maker, the bologna pony, the cum gun, the disco stick! The jimmy, the joystick, the trouser snake, the meat stick, the pork sword, the skin flute, the third leg, the wang, whatever you wanna call it, okay. Welcome to Reba the Diva's Pleasure and the Penis 101. I feel like I should have, what's it called? Theme music! Anywho. So, before we begin, I wanna encourage everyone to join the chat and ask questions. I will periodically make some time to answer any questions that are written in the chat. So please, please, please. I wanna make this experience as interactive and enjoyful, is that a word? Nope. Enjoying? Nope. My brain's not working today, it's cool. I want this to be as educational and interactive as possible. So yeah, also, this is Britney. Britney is our mod, she's awesome, and she is keeping the chatting experience safe for us all. She just posted our community guidelines, so make sure you check those out. So, we're not offending anyone here. All about education, positivity, and entertainment, okay? So, let's dive in headfirst! Okay. So, as we know, penises come in all shapes, and sizes, and colors. Some get stiff and point straight to the sky. Some point to your toes. Some veer to the side, to the left or the right. Some are straight, like arrows. Some curve up or down, like bananas. But today I'm gonna use this cucumber to create a penis model, that is going to teach you all about the penis and its pleasure centers from tip to testicle. Now, I don't have testicle models here today but I will give lots and lots of really good information today, about the penis. If you have a penis, you're gonna learn a lot today and if you don't, you're still gonna learn a lot, so take note. Okay, so let's start with the foreskin. Now, to demonstrate the foreskin, I like to use a condom. I know. But condoms are the best and easiest way to demonstrate the way that foreskins roll down. So I'm going to grab my cucumber and I'm going to stick this condom right on top. Okay. There we go. Now, the condom is creating kinda like a foreskin, right? But this is lubricated. This one's got lube on it. And so, when you're dealing with foreskin, you wanna make sure you're not pulling the foreskin back too tight, okay? Too hard. Once it gives, let it give, okay. You don't wanna keep going because that hurts a lot, okay. Also, one thing you wanna learn about foreskin. Actually, there's a lot of things to know about foreskin. In my class, I normally only talk about three pointers for dealing with partners with foreskin, but today we're gonna talk a lot about the foreskin, because I think it's important for us to understand the purpose of the foreskin, for those who have them. And for those who don't, it's cool. I'm gonna just circumcise my cucumber as I talk about the foreskin, okay. So, I'm not a doctor, so bare with me. But the prepuce, or the foreskin, is found on uncircumcised men. Now, on circumcised men there's usually a scar that's about halfway down, maybe a little further, maybe a little not, but there's usually a scar located somewhere on the shaft that indicates where the foreskin was cut. So, if you never knew what the dark circle around the penis was, it is a scar from circumcision. So, I'm gonna circumcise my penis. And to be sensitive to those who have penises, I'm not gonna do that on camera because it might stimulate some feelings that don't feel so good. So I'm gonna circumcise my penis. My cucumber penis. But here's some things to know about pleasing uncircumcised penises. The first thing you wanna know is they grow before they show, okay. When the penis becomes erect, it starts to kinda peek out of the foreskin the way that I showed you when I had the condom on the foreskin, I mean on the cucumber. It starts to peek out, and when the penis gets erect the foreskin actually has an inner layer and an outer layer, so that's why there's so much skin there. It contains nerve endings which are very, they respond to gentle touching in the beginning of arousal, which helps trigger an erection. So you stimulate a circumcised penis almost in the same way that you would stimulate an uncircumcised penis, except you have to remember that uncircumcised penises, the very tip, or the head, or the glans, that we'll get to in a moment, is very, very soft, okay. It's much softer than a circumcised penis because it is covered by foreskin all day. So that means it's virgin skin. It's not exposed to zippers and jeans, or clothing material. It is covered by comfy foreskin all day. And so, when it peeks out of its foreskin, it is much more sensitive than a penis that is not. That is circumcised, I'm sorry. So, a person who has foreskin, the tip of their penis will be a lot more sensitive and soft than a person who is not. Now, the average penile foreskin is loaded with 20,000 nerve endings. That's right, I said it. The average penile foreskin has 20,000 nerve endings in it, okay. So, one thing you need to keep in mind when you're dealing with a penis that is not circumcised, is hygiene. Hygiene is very important for people who have foreskin because there is a condition that is called smegma, that happens when the oils and the bacteria that gather and accumulate onto the penis, they start to build up and it causes the foreskin to feel very painful. So, making sure that you or your partner, whoever has the penis, is rolling back the foreskin, cleaning underneath the foreskin, and rolling the foreskin back up. Hygiene is very important. Very, very, very important, alright. Now, when you are washing an uncircumcised penis, you wanna wash with warm water, not a lot of fragrancey soaps. That's not something that the penis needs. You wanna rinse it thoroughly and make sure to dry it well, okay. Then you wanna make sure you pull the foreskin gently back over the tip of the penis. Sorry guys, I'm being interrupted. Hold on, one second. Sorry, guys, I'm back! Sorry, sorry, okay. So, I have kids who don't know how to knock. So... I am such a mother, I know. Okay, so I'm back, so sorry. Thank you so much for bearing with me. Okay, so what was I saying? Oh yes, the penis, it should be washed thoroughly to avoid smegma, for sure. If you have a penis and you wanna get your penis pleased often, you should keep it clean. Keep the penis clean, okay. Keep your peen clean, it's not that hard and it'll definitely make sure that you're pleased more often, okay. Alright, what else did I wanna talk about? Let's do a brief history lesson. So, circumcision here in America gained popularity during the 19th century because people thought that it would help cure masturbation. Yes, I said cure masturbation. This was a rationale that was developed after the surgery was widely practiced, because Western doctors thought that masturbation caused insanity and a host of other illnesses and diseases, like bedwetting, but namely psychotic insanity, which is caused by masturbating. Wonder how people, well, anyway. So yes, the removal of the foreskin is known to decrease penis sensitivity, so great for the patriarchy. It's also, actually, part of the penis that, it helps to stimulate the clitoris, so bye. Bye-bye. Just a little history fact for you there. But if you ever wonder where your foreskin goes, or where foreskins go after circumcision, I heard a joke about a rabbi who keeps all the foreskins from the circumcisions he's performed and then makes them into a wallet. The rabbi tells his friend about his wallet, and his friend is like, "Wait a minute, you went through a whole lot of trouble "to make a wallet out of foreskin." And the rabbi replies, "I know. "But when you rub it, it turns into a suitcase." Get it? Because foreskins get so big. Nope, okay. Well, I'll give you another tidbit. The baby foreskins that are removed here in the U.S. are the size of about a postage stamp, right. Under the right laboratory conditions, these postage stamp-sized foreskins are grown into skin the size of three basketball courts. Yes, in less than a month. And so that skin is actually used as skin grafts for burn victims. So I guess the rabbi was onto something. Get it? Okay, so, let's dive back into the penis. We were talking about foreskins. And I've removed all of the foreskin from my penis. Can you see that? I've removed all of the foreskin and now I'm gonna talk about the very tip of the penis. At the very tip of the penis there is a hole. I'll show you what it looks like. Okay. So there's the hole. Can you all see that? Yeah, I think so. So there's a hole at the very tip of the penis and it's not usually that big, but for demonstration purposes. The tip of that hole is where the pee comes out of, right. It's also where semen comes out, okay. This little hole is called the meatus, or as it's more commonly known, the penile meatus or the pee hole. Now, the word meatus just means a hole or an opening in your body. So this one is the penile meatus because it is the opening on the tip of the penis, okay. Now, the meatus has tons of nerve endings that don't get a lot of love during sexual pleasure, okay. Have you ever noticed a penis sometimes, when it's going into an orifice it'll go like this before it goes in? It's stimulating its meatus, okay. So, when pleasing the penis make sure to show the meatus a little bit of love, alright. Now, traveling down the penis, we're gonna start talking about the head. The head of the penis, okay. The head, or the glans, which is where the term giving head comes from, right, because the head of the penis is oftentimes the most sensitive part of the penis, okay. So, let me show you this. The head is separated from the shaft by, and if you've ever held a cucumber like this. Alright, so the head is just separated from the shaft of the penis, yep, by this ridge, right, this ridge right here. And this ridge is called the corona, and we'll get to that in a second. Yes, corona, like the beer. We'll get to that in a second. But the glans, which is latin for bullet, is the head of the penis. And it was divinely designed for pleasure and penetration. Right, okay. Keep in mind that are all penises are unique. So, while I did say that the glans of the penis is often the most sensitive part of the penis, that may not be true for you or your partner. But there was a study that was published in the British Journal of Urology in 2009 that revealed that a significant portion of men who took the study, they report that the underside of the glans, the underside of the glans and the underside of the shaft, they were given the highest sensitivity rating. So the glans is important. And again, all of these parts of the penis that I'm talking about today are parts that like to be licked, or kissed, or sucked, or rubbed, or massaged. But otherwise stimulated in the way that you would stimulate the penis. I'm sorry, I'm such a perfectionist. So, I wanted to make sure that I get my frenulum in there really well. Alright, so. Now, traveling down to the corona. Let's talk about this little ridge here, okay. This is the next pleasure center on the penis. So we talked about the meatus, which is the tip, or the hole, the pee hole. We talked about the tip of the penis, which is the glans. And now we're talking about that ridge that separates the glans from the shaft of the penis. There we go, okay. That ridge, it is very, very, very, very sensitive. And corona, which is Latin for crown, is the name, is the anatomical name of this part of the penis. And the corona can be pleased, again, by kissing, licking, stroking, and sucking, okay. Now, penises with foreskin may experience increased pleasure, as the foreskin glides past the glans and the corona, okay. So, the foreskin is actually helping you, in that sense. Right, now let's talk about that little V that the penises comes up into. I'm sorry, this V, do you see it? That V. Right underneath this V here. That's the V, it's this fleshy piece of skin. That is called the frenulum. The fun frenulum Now, on the uncircumcised penis, the frenulum is actually attached to the foreskin. Similar to the underside of the tongue, so. The way that that is connected to the bottom of your mouth is the same way that the foreskin is connected to the frenulum, okay. So, that's why you definitely don't wanna make sure that you're, you wanna make sure that you're not pulling the foreskin back too hard. Now, in my Blow His Mind workshop, I teach a little trick that I'm gonna teach you guys today, and that's called the flicker, okay. Now, if you flick your tongue up and down, or left and right, I think I can only do left and right, nope, I can only do up and down. I can't do left and right, it's really hard. Anyway, if you can flick your tongue up and down or left and right on any of the parts of the penis that we're talking about today, particularly the frenulum and the corona, okay. This trick works really well on those parts of the penis. So again, we have the tip of the penis. The meatus, okay. We have the glans, or the head, of the penis. And then we have the frenulum, the fun frenulum. Now, coming down from the frenulum, we have this big vein. Imma mark it for you. Now, this vein... Actually, I may not talk about the vein, let's talk about the shaft, because you can't talk about the vein unless you talk about what it's on. So, let's talk about the shaft. This, traveling further down the penis, along the shaft. Yes, the shaft, it's a bad mother, shut your mouth! Am I old for making that reference, maybe? Okay so, anywho, the shaft makes up the length of the penis. This is the shaft, okay. The bulk of the shaft is made up of two columns of spongy tissue that fill with blood, and that produces an erection, okay. That's what makes the penis hard. Blood starts rushing to the very tip of the penis, and the penis begins to become erect. Now, the upper parts of the shaft, near the head, respond the most to friction, okay. That tactile touch. The lower parts of the shaft respond best to pressure, okay. So, putting pressure at the base of the penis and then using your mouth or your other hand to create friction really pleases the penis. Putting pressure at the base of the penis can also make erections harder and delay orgasm, okay. Awesome. Before we move on, let's talk about what I just said for a second. So, I said if you put pressure at the base of the penis it delays orgasm and strengthens the erection. Well, there are also toys for that. Bring out my bag of tricks! So, this is the point in my presentation where I want to talk to you, really quickly, about C rings, also known as cock rings. I also like to call them constriction rings because they constrict the flow of blood to the very tip of the penis, similar to the way your hands would if you were putting pressure at the base and stroking with the other hand or with your mouth, okay. So, here you go. Here's your cock ring, boom. The cock ring sits right at the very base of the penis, and it does what? It restricts the flow of blood to the tip, okay. Now, you can put the cock ring at the very base of the penis, before the balls, or you can put it at the very base of the penis, behind the balls. Or you can even take one of these and put it right above the balls, like a coin purse, like that. So, technically you could wear them, all three of them. We're gonna pretend that there are balls here, okay. We could technically wear all three of them. Awesome. If you're gonna get started on C rings, I recommend starting five minutes at a time. So, if you've never done it before, try with five minutes. See how your penis feels. Try again for maybe a little longer, maybe 10 minutes. But the point is, you don't wanna restrict the flow of blood to the penis for a prolonged period of time, because that can cause severe injury. So what you wanna do is, if you or your partner are using cock rings, or constriction rings, you wanna make sure that there is no pain, or numbness, or discomfort happening at all. So I recommend silicone cock rings, if you're gonna use cock rings at all. But silicone ones are great because they stretch, they're breathable, they're cleanable, they're medical grade. And I have this set of three, and they're three different sizes, and they come in black not in pink. I got the pink ones for myself. But they come in black on my website, rebathediva.com/shop. Awesome. Now, let's move right along. Since we were talking about the shaft of the penis. Now, let's talk about that vein. Do you see that big vein that kind of protrudes from the frenulum and goes down the length of the penis? See that? Yep, okay, that vein is called the penile raphe, and it's located along the underside of the shaft. And sometimes it's a visible seam or a ridge, and it actually expands all the way into the anus, okay. Now, you'll also notice the appearance of even move veins along the shaft, as the blood rushes to the penis, okay. I'll draw some more veins so we can make this penis real erect. Okay, there you go. Can you see that? Let's try this, there we go, now you can see my veins. Yeah. Okay, now. That flicker trick that I mentioned earlier is great for pleasing the penis along the penile raphe as well. Now, we've traveled the length of the extendable penis, alright. Now we've gotten down to the balls, or the scrotum, as it's anatomically called. Now, the scrotum, or the balls, are the home of the testicles. So the scrotum is the sack that holds the balls. The balls, the testes, or the testicles are what's located inside, okay. Now, the testicles produce sperm and also pump out testosterone, which attribute to the development of things like beards and deep voices, and strong muscles, and sex drive, and erection ability. Generally, the larger the testicles, the higher the testosterone level and the more sperm is produced. Now, when it comes to ball handling, there's a fine line between erotic and psychotic. Okay, so, cross that line and you'll know it. What you wanna do is start off treating the balls like very delicate eggs, and you wanna caress them slowly and gently. Now, like I've said, every penis is unique, so listen to your partner's body language to determine how to handle their balls, alright. You don't wanna squeeze too hard, and definitely don't tug at pubic hair. No slapping, no spanking, no squeezing, no scratching, no fondling or sucking too hard or too rough because the balls are very gentle. Now, the other thing that I've learned is that it's more about stimulating the scrotal skin than the actual balls inside, okay. Remember the raphe that I talked about earlier? It also goes down through the balls. And you can trace it with your finger or with your tongue, for increased penile pressure. Alright so, so far I've covered the meatus, the glans, the frenulum, the penile raphe, which is located on the shaft, and the scrotum or the balls. Okay, now, traveling beyond the balls, stay with me, I'm gonna lose some people but stay with me. Actually, I think it'd be easier for me to draw this out. I'm gonna grab a pen and I'll be right back. Okay, see, told you I'd be right back. I'm here! Let me get back in focus. Focus, focus, there we go. So, hey, I got a pen and the paper because I want to give you a better idea of the penis that I'd like to draw okay, here. So here we go. Put it this way. Okay, so this is the penis as we've talked about it today, alright. Here is the frenulum, and the penile raphe, and here are the rest of the veins. These are the balls, and we'll pretend that this one is shaved, okay. And here's the meatus. And this is the corona. And this is the glans, and this is the shaft, and that is the raphe. Now, we're gonna travel beyond the balls, alright. Beyond the balls you have... Alright, how's that drawing? Alright, so beyond the balls we have the taint, or as it's anatomically called, the perineum or perinaeum, depending on what part of the world you live in, okay. So, the perineum is a game changer, okay. And I'll tell you why. Did you know that people with penises have two types of orgasm? The first type of orgasm is the most commonly known, and that is through penile stimulation, okay. That's just through stimulating the penis, okay. The second type of orgasm comes from prostate stimulation. And I like to call this the P spot orgasm because, for people with penises, it can feel very much like, or it can be very similar to, the same feeling that people with vaginas feel when they have a G spot orgasm, okay. So, a P spot orgasm happens from stimulating the prostate. And the prostate can be found inside the body, and I'll show you where it is. So, we will draw a penis, a person with a penis' body. This is the butt, that's a big booty. It's bootylicious! Okayand then we have, this is the penis, and here are the balls, okay. Now, the prostate, oh no, their skin fell off, the prostate is located right, sorry, can you all see that? The prostate is located about here, alright. Here's the rectum, okay. You know what, just draw a line. It goes across like that and then this, like that. Now. This here is a chestnut-sized organ inside the body called the prostate, okay. Now, the prostate can be accessed indirectly through the perineum, okay. If you massage, put a lot of pressure on this part of the penis here, get pressure right in there, you'll be able to stimulate the prostate. Now, if you wanna take it a step further, you can insert a lubricated finger into the anus here, okay, Through the anus. Uh-oh, he's upside down, there we go. Through the anus, you'll be able to, this is actually only about two inches. I made his butt really big, okay. So, through the anus, about an inch-or-so up, maybe two, you'll be able to, if you curl your finger towards the navel, remember, the navel's here. Curl your finger towards the navel, you'll be able to feel this chestnut-shaped organ, okay. And if you stimulate it and your partner's comfortable, and is enthusiastically consenting to this type of sexual behavior, then you can cause a P spot, or prostate orgasm in your partner, okay. Or in yourself, if this is something that you'd like to do for yourself. But yes, those are two ways to please the penis or the prostate. Those are two ways to please the prostate. So again, I'll go over that again in case you missed it. You can apply pressure and massage to the taint, or the perineum or the perinaeum, however you wanna say it, okay. That's this thing right here. That's that fleshy bridge between the scrotum and the anus. Everyone has one. Between your genitals and your anus there is this fleshy bridge, okay. But with people with penises, you're able to directly stimulate that part of the body, and indirectly stimulate the prostate. Now, if you were to insert your finger into the anus, curve your finger towards the navel and feel that, it feels almost like a plum. That's what the prostate feels like. It gives like a plum. It's firm but it, you can feel it. So yeah, if you were to massage that, you are directly stimulating the prostate and you can cause a prostate orgasm. Alright, now, where did I wanna go with that? Right. And again, on the perineum massage, it can take a good amount of pressure, okay. So, if you're unsure of how to, if you wanna please your partner, your penis-bearing partner, and you're unsure of how to go about pleasing them in this way, you can, during foreplay or sex, you can start by gently cupping the scrotum and then I like to massage the scrotum, okay. And then you can take these two fingers. I'll show you on my diagram. So, you'll massage the scrotum, okay. I need smaller hands! You massage the scrotum and then take these two fingers and massage the perineum, okay. And you can put as much pressure as you want there. As much pressure as your partner can withstand there. Now, again, upward pressure. We don't wanna, if you feel a palm on your forehead, when you start venturing beyond the balls, your partner is probably uncomfortable and you should probably stop, okay. Enthusiastic consent is very important, alright. Now, if your partner seems to enjoy it, you can gradually increase that pressure on the prostate. Sometimes I like to go from my fingertips to my knuckles, okay, to indirectly stimulate the prostate with the perineum. Awesome. So, this is the point where I normally stop and ask for questions. Are there any questions? Okay, well I'll take this point right now to say that there is a huge misconception about anal-play and homosexuality, that causes a lot of heterosexual people with penises to feel uncomfortable, even if they experience pleasure. So again, I feel like it's my duty as a pleasure educator, to just stress, enthusiastic consent is important. Especially when you're with a partner and you wanna try new things, like perineum-play, or anus-play, or prostate-play. Enthusiastic consent is necessary, okay. Okay. Well, if there are no questions I can tell you a little bit more about my class. So, my class is for people of all genders and sexual orientations. And again, it's a 90 minute to one hour class. Oh yes, there's questions. Okay, questions. I will stop for a second and I will answer questions. William asks, "What's a good way "to prep for direct stimulation for the recipient?" That's a good question. I think a good way, if you wanna start exploring direct stimulation with the prostate, it's good to start with stimulation that you or your partner, your recipient is already used to. You don't wanna just go straight in, okay. Definitely don't recommend that. You wanna start by stimulating the penis the way it's used to being stimulated before you try something new. That way you can make sure that your partner is aroused, and stays aroused throughout your sexual experience. Another good way to prepare for direct stimulation is to have a good lubricant on hand. I really like this one from Wicked. It's called Hybrid. It's a water-based silicone hybrid. It's a silicone and water-based lubricant. It lasts for a really long time, it's not sticky. Wicked also, this is from Wicked products. I also sell these on my website, rebathediva.com, okay. Wicked products also sell, what else, they also sell an anal gel. It's an anal lubricant and it's called Jelle. J-E-L-L-E. And that's also available on my website but you can get it from anywhere. And those are really good, you know, slick lubricants that are great for preparing for direct stimulation. And you wanna make sure you always use lubricant. Do not try any type of anal stimulation without lubricant, and I'm speaking from personal experience. Do not try any type of anal experimentation without lubricant. The third thing I wanna say before I finish answering your question, William, is you wanna make sure that you go slow, okay. Start real slow and relax. The recipient should definitely make sure they're in a relaxed, open minded space. Communication is key. If you start to feel uncomfortable, say it, stop. And then, lastly, debrief. After you try new sexual experiences, it's important for you to debrief with your partner. Did you like that, did you not? Did they like it, did they not? So that you guys are on the same page. Awesome. What's a good lube for those with dry mouth? Hi, Taki's Temptations. So, that's a really good question. So I have two that I use, or two types of products that I use. The first type of product that I use is an actual flavored lubricant. And I sell the Wicked Aqua flavored lubricant. Can you see that? Is that better? Yeah. So this one is the cinnamon bun. But my favorite is the salted caramel. And I like these because they taste amazing, okay. They come in vanilla bean, salted caramel, candy apple, pomegranate, mocha java. My top three favorites are salted caramel, mocha java, and vanilla bean. But I'll show you guys, can you see the ingredients? I'm gonna move backwards. Okay, well, the ingredients are, it's water-based, it's pH-friendly, there's no aftertaste, it's vegan, gluten-free, paraben-free. I love Wicked Aqua lubricant just for that. I also have a product, it's not a lubricant but I think it's great for dry mouth. And actually, it's not with me right now so I'm gonna grab it, be right back. Okay, I'm back. This right here is called GoodHead by Doc Johnson and it's on my site for about 14 bucks. And it's called an oral delight gel. And I like it because it is, again, pH-safe and sweetened with stevia, just like the Wicked Aqua. So sweetened with stevia root. So I'm answering Lara's question too. Both of these are sweetened with stevia root. I was very, very, very conscious about sugar content in my products, or in the products that I sell. Because, for those who don't know, sugar is terrible for the vagina. So if you have one, or if you love someone with one, don't ever put anything with sugar in the vagina, it causes all kinds of issues, but namely pH-imbalance and infections. This is called GoodHead and no, it does not contain sugar. Yes, so GoodHead though, I'd recommend because of the flavorings. If you're sensitive down there, like most of us are, and you have a vagina I wouldn't use this on the penis for a lubricant. It doesn't lubricate the penis, it just makes it taste good. And also, it's great for dry mouth. So, all of the formulations of this flavor stimulate the saliva in your mouth. So this comes in candy apple, strawberry, watermelon, cherry, cinnamon, and mint. The cinnamon and the mint ones tingle, so it gives an added effect to your fellatio. But this one is great for dry mouth. I love to use this one when I'm coming back from happy hour and my mouth is pretty dry, or maybe after giving one of these livestreams because I've been talking for so long. But dry mouth is easily fixed. And also, just the flavor is really good. Again, my husband is a chef. I don't think I said that on this one. But my husband is a chef, so I love things that taste good. And I can't stand that sickly sweet flavor. So I tried lots and lots of oral gels and flavored lubes to bring you the best one. And again, all of these things I talked about today are available on my site, www.rebathediva.com. We're also working with SheVibes and they're giving 10% off, so go check them out too. I think all pleasure products are important, so I don't discriminate. But again, if you like what you heard and you got some good tips, please leave me a tip. If you wanna find me on Instagram or Facebook, or all things social, I am personally at rebathediva. Or you can follow my business pages at Blow His Mind DC. To continue you sex education journey with me, you can go to my website to learn about hosting a workshop or a virtual one-on-one session, or an in-person session, if you'd like. If you're here, based in the DC, Maryland, or Virginia area. Again, this has been Reba the Diva's Pleasure and the Penis 101. Thanks for watching, bye, guys.

Penis Pleasure 101

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Sun
Apr 8, 2018
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2:00 pm
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Calendar
Sunday, April 8, 2018
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2:00 pm

Did you know that every penis was once a clitoris? And that penises are capable of achieving two different types of orgasm? Learn all about the penis and it’s pleasure points in this livestream with Sexpert RebaTheDiva.