If you're interested in practicing or learning more about cunnilingus (oral sex on a woman), I found this book helpful:
I would also recommend adding toys to your love life if you haven't already, and I'm not just talking about vibrators. Changing up the location or positions can also keep things exciting and passionate.
IMHO it's all about keeping it fresh. There has to be something novel about it otherwise it gets boring just like anything in life. I don't care how much you like a book or a song, if you read the same book over and over and over eventually it loses some appeal.
And it's really hard to find the variety that keeps it fresh and fun. Depends on your preferences and aptitudes... :)
this thread could go a million different directions...
That was "church," lower case...which means "the church" in general...not just Mormons. Open lifestyles are anathema to hierarchical churches, since they believe and teach that sex outside of marriage is sin,impure and simple (which I no longer believe...totally and completely). And even the Mormon Church extended privileges to men that they never extended to women...as we all know...and to say the Mormon Church has "absolutely no problem" just isn't so. Only the first presidency can approve re-admittance to the Church where plural marriage has been practiced...AFTER they kick you out as fast as they can if you engage in it, or anything like it.
Desire and sexual intimacy are not a product of god. Taint the almighty that crawls in the nighty. Communication is the key, number one, and such. Guilt and shame for having "unnatural desires" can be killers in a romance. Away from the heat of passion have a sincere talk that is non confrontational using the "I feel" techniques. "Nothing is neither good nor bad, but thinking makes it so" - Bill Shakespeare
Desire and sexual needs change during relationships as the dopamine induced high of early romance is replaced by other neurotransmitters over time. Find out what desires your partner has and try to accommodate those desires. If you are weireded out by the requests then try to understand the request. On tip I have had when counseling people is to ask each partner how they masturbate. Most people masturbate with the techniques that give themselves the most pleasure. The techniques such as slow, hard, soft, fast, gentle, rough, toys, natural, lotions, candles, exotic clothing and combinations of these will give you a guide. Roll playing, submission of control and other fantasies can rev up things too. Pure technique is not a sure bet, but people are more interested in getting in the mood if they know the basics of achieving fulfillment will be employed. There are many good references available for guides and exploration of techniques and fantasies.
If you have good communication skills with your partner then use them and explore your unfulfilled expectations.