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The language we use matters, when it comes to sexual intimacy.

Our intentions matter.

I'm not suggesting to stop using this phrase altogether, as it's a very popular phrase, that a lot of people use and for some, it won't matter what words they use, because they know what they mean behind it.

For those of us who want to shift our language read on...

Is it really a Blow Job?

Is there really a job to do?

Or is there:

- Delight? - Pleasure? - Rapture? - Excitement? - Ecstasy? - Enjoyment? - Satisfaction? - Love? - Care?


Does so much get missed, when we reduce the sexual act to a nickname, which dates back to the 17th century and implies that there is work to do?

How does it feel to be on the receiving end, when the nickname of the act has implications that work is being done?

Would the receiver be able to fully relax into his/their pleasure, knowing that it might be an effort of work, from the other person?

Are there other terms or nicknames, that we can start to use instead?


What other terms can we all use, that connect more with the pleasure part of the act and aren't so much about doing a job?



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