Queening, also known as facesitting, is a sexual practice where a woman sits on the face of their partner to receive oral sex. The woman straddles their partner’s face, placing their genitals over their mouth and nose, while their partner performs oral sex on them.
The History of Queening
Queening has been practiced for centuries and has been depicted in various forms of art and literature. In ancient Greece, it was known as the “kneeling dance,” and was performed by women on the faces of men. In the 18th century, it was popularized in French erotic literature and was known as “le cunnilingus à la mode.” Today, queening is a popular kink among many couples and is often included in BDSM play.
How to Practice Queening Safely
Like any sexual activity, it’s important to practice queening safely. Here are some tips:
- Communicate with your partner beforehand to establish boundaries and consent.
- Make sure both partners are comfortable and consenting to the activity.
- Use a safe word to indicate when to stop or slow down.
- Ensure that the person sitting on the face is in control of the situation and can easily move if needed.
- Make sure the person receiving oral sex can breathe comfortably and isn’t experiencing any discomfort or pain.
- Cleanliness is important, so make sure both partners have showered and are clean before engaging in queening.
The Benefits of Queening
Queening can be a pleasurable and intimate experience for both partners. It allows for deep penetration of the tongue and can provide intense sensations for the person receiving oral sex. The act of sitting on someone’s face can also be a power exchange and can be a turn-on for those who enjoy BDSM play.
Queening is a popular kink that has been practiced for centuries. It can be a pleasurable and intimate experience for both partners when done safely and with clear communication and consent. If you’re interested in trying queening, make sure to communicate with your partner and establish boundaries beforehand.