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How to play your ‘balls’

By Rica Cruz

Hi Ms. Rica,
My friends and I were talking the other day and we need help on playing with the “balls.” Paano po ba ginagawa ‘yun? Do you suck it or just play with it with our hands?

Ball Player

Hello Ball Player,
The “balls” or testicles can be considered one of the parts of a man where he can get pleasure and pain from. Because the balls are full of super sensitive nerves and tissue, playing with them must be done with extreme caution.

And when I say extreme, you have to treat them as though eggs that can break anytime if you handle and play with them incorrectly.

Usually, pleasure can be derived from orally playing with the “balls.” You may lick, blow, or suck the “balls” with your mouth. A little bit of pressure from nibbling may also be pleasurable for the man. But do avoid biting, unless it’s being asked from you.

Think about it like when you’re playing with a lollipop minus the chewing part. You may suck and lick on one ball or both any way that pleases you and your partner. You may alternate sucking one, while gently tickling the other with your fingers. You may also use your breath and blow onto the “balls” to give a different kind of sensation to your partner.

Other things that you can do to play with these “balls” include using lubricants with various sensations, adding ice cubes into the play, or even a bit of minty mouthwash could help in giving added pleasure to you and your partner.

If you’re feeling a bit frisky, using feathers, massagers, and other lightly textured materials can also heighten sensations.

Whatever you decide to do, just make sure that you do it very gently. Practice clear and open communication with your partner during the act to avoid unwanted pain! Enjoy! #takeitfromthesexymind

With love and lust,

Rica

If you have questions on love and sex that you want me to answer, you may message me at www.facebook.com/TheSexyMind.

Biography: Rica Cruz is a Licensed Psychologist, Marriage Counselor, and Sex and Relationships Therapist. She comes out as the Resident Psychologist on Boys’ Night Out every Thursday night on Magic 89.9.

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