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Have Your Cake and Eat it Too This Cunnilingus Day

We’ve all heard of ‘Steak and Blowjob Day’, ‘Holy Shit Your Pecs and Penis Got Bigger Day’, and even ‘Man-vember Day’ – but April 14 is bringing something way more sweeter to the woman’s menu and the world’s leading pleasure brand, LELO, is here to tell you all about it.

Mark it in the calendar – April 14 is your day and officially National Cake and Cunninglingus Day  – giving you a great reason to demand oral satisfaction all day long, as well as some sugar and spice on the side.

Surprisingly and according to a mini survey conducted by LELO, 96% of women admitted loving oral sex, yet many have never heard the term ‘cunnilingus’ term. A further 60% regularly reach orgasm by oral stimulation alone so what better time to grab your partner, reach for the torte and get your rocks off with a whole day dedicated to the very art.

Here’s LELO’s guide to getting it right.

Where Does the Cake in Cunnilingus & Cake Day Come From?

There is no evidence to suggest that cake plays any significant part in this day. The term is really the female version of the much known ‘Steak and blowjob day’. Well if it is good enough for him, it is good enough for her right? Saying this, chocolate is known for its aphrodisiac qualities so reach for the double choc brownies, lie back and enjoy the show.

Cake-sitting excitement…(it is really a thing)!

One way to incorporate the ‘cake’ celebrations of the day, is to practice the art of ‘cake sitting’ – a trendy and fairly new sexual fetish enjoyed by many. Start by bare bottomed, ‘cake sitting’ to create a wet and messy scene, then lie back and let him lick the ahem plate clean. Fun, tasty and full of pleasure.

Focus on the Right Positions

Combine a few simple positions when giving cunnilingus that will bring your partner a divine pleasure. Forget the missionary positions and come to her from the rear or let her sit on you face. You can also try with legs up, backward, the standing 69 or the doggy style that can easily be transformed into analingus too!

Teasing and Relaxing

Don’t go straight for your partner’s clitoris, but rather build desire first. You can kiss her neck, lips and her skin making your way down to her breasts. You’ll hear her breathing and you’ll know when is the right time to ‘dive in’ with your tongue. Use a blindfold to heighten the other senses and there’s no reason why your cake of choice can’t be incorporated.

Role play

Role playing allows couples to broaden their sexuality and explore a fantasy world outside the norm. Pay homage to this calendar day and take the role playing to the kitchen. Try a sexy scenario with the naked chef mixing up a storm in the kitchen, and partake in some tasting sessions together, before making your way down to final base.

LELO’s resident Sex Columnist, Ema Gauthier advises this is THE DAY for ladies to take advantage;

“We see so many days dedicated to the erotic desires of men, and whilst there are some for the ladies too, national Cake and Cunnlingus Day is the opportunity to have a bit of fun, relax and really explore the female orgasm. You really can have your cake and eat it and I highly suggest all ladies out there take advantage of this.”

Need some advice on how to match your cake to your clitoris, then start at the beginning and go with this overview and choose the most popular cake from the year you were born to get you going.

For those flying solo, LELO’s SONA Cruise clitoral massager is the perfect alternative and will ensure all the pleasure, without the partner. This sweet little sonic massager stimulates 75% more of the clitoris than any other massager and when used with one hand, leaves the other free to feed yourself cake so no one need miss out on this special day.

About Donna Turner

Donna is a Volonté contributor and freelance writer who lives in San Francisco with her husband and two sons. Her work has appeared in Psychology Today, Go! Magazine (Australia) and is regularly featured in the San Francisco Herald.

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