How to Give a Hand Job That Will Blow His Mind

How to Give a Hand Job

A “good” hand job can be more satisfying than regular sex.

I emphasized “good” because I’ve had a lot of hand jobs, and most people (despite good intentions) have no idea what they should be doing. They either rub too hard or stroke and twist in the wrong way.  Sometimes they can even hurt the D. 

If you’ve taken the time to study your man’s penis, you can gently grip his foreskin and give him a hand job that will make him cum. But that’s not an amazing hand job. It just means he came and relieved some tension. If you want to give an amazing hand job, you have to use some spit (if you’re into that) or some good water based lube. Watch this video to learn more about the importance of lubrication on the D.

How to Give a Hand Job with Lubrication

Why You Should Give a Hand Job

When you think about all the sexual things that you can do to your man, a hand job is probably not on the top of your list. But believe me when I tell you, if you use the techniques shown in this video, he’s going to put you in the category of (best lover he’s ever had.)

Plus, a hand job is an alternative to regular sex when you’re either tired or just not in the mood. 

Walter Gets A Hand Job Because Skyler’s Not Feeling Sexual

I’m about to show you 8 proven hand job techniques that will make you stand out as a top sexual performer.  You’ll know things about how to give a hand job that only a sexual pro would know. Learn these techniques to make him cum on demand

He’s probably already using one or two of these techniques. Try them all to find the one he really loves. Then give it a name and use it as a “treat” when he does something nice for you. 

One caveat, this video shows a man jacking himself off. But you can use the same techniques on him.

8 Techniques to Give a Good Hand Job

#1  Hand Slap

Slap his hard dick against the palm of your hands to create a tingling sensation. Slap it fairly hard and ask him to guide you on how hard you should do it.

#2 Squeezing the Toothpaste

Start at the base of the penis and use your thumb and fingers to work your way to the head as if it were a tube of toothpaste.  Again talk to him about the right amount of pressure. Squeeze and rub the shaft all the way to the tip of the penis

#3  Roll the Dough

Use your palms and fingers to roll the skin around the base of his penis and also around the head. You can vary the speeds and pressure based on the mood. 

#4  Around the Clock

Hold the balls in one hand and with your other hand stroke the penis from the base to the head with a slight twisting motion. You should rotate the direction with each stroke. 

#5  Corkscrew

Place the head of the penis directly against your palm and move your fingers up and down and all around as if you were trying to “gently” screw the head of his penis off. 

#6  Frenulum Love

Point your fingers toward the base of his penis and use your fingers and palm to massage the bottom of his head and shaft. 

#7  Head to Palm

Use the palm of your hand to massage the head of his dick going from the left side of penis, over the head- to the right side of penis. Repeat this front to back. Use the fingers to increase stimulation and use some twisting motion also. 

#8  Rocket  Launcher

Interlock your hands around the base of his penis and push your hand toward the head like you’re launching a rocket. Repeat this over and over. 

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Are Hand Jobs and Masturbation Healthy

Masturbation is a normal and healthy sexual activity with few side effects. Many bizarre claims surround masturbation, such as going blind, and most of these claims are untrue.

Masturbation is when an individual stimulates their genitals for sexual pleasure, which may or may not lead to orgasm. Masturbation is common among men and women of all ages and plays a role in healthy sexual development.

Research has found that among adolescents aged 14–17 years in the United States, around 74 percent of males and 48 percent of females masturbate.

Among older adults, roughly 63 percent of men and 32 percent of women between 57 and 64 years of age masturbate.

People masturbate for many reasons. These include pleasure, enjoyment, fun, and tension release. Some individuals masturbate alone, while others masturbate with a partner.

This article looks at the potential side effects of masturbation and sorts the facts from the fiction regarding masturbation myths. It also identifies some of the health benefits of masturbation.

Choose Your Technique Carefully

If men have an aggressive masturbation method that involves too tight a grip on their penis, they can experience decreased sensation. A man can resolve this over time with a change of technique.

Enhanced stimulation, such as using a vibrator, or male masturbation toy may increase arousal and overall sexual function in both men and women.

Women who use a vibrator have reported improved sexual function and lubrication, while men experienced an improvement in erectile function.

Masturbation has Physical and Mental Health Benefits.

Few studies focus specifically on the benefits of masturbation, but research suggests that sexual stimulation, including stimulation through masturbation, can:

  • reduce stress
  • release tension
  • enhance sleep quality
  • boost concentration
  • elevate mood
  • relieve menstrual cramps
  • alleviate pain
  • improve sex

Masturbation has also been identified as a strategy to improve sexual health by promoting intimacy, exploring self-pleasure, desires, and needs, reducing unwanted pregnancies, and preventing sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and HIV transmission.

Individuals who choose to abstain from sex or who do not currently have a sexual partner may often masturbate as a sexual outlet.

Masturbation also has sexual health benefits specifically for older women, such as less vaginal dryness and decreased pain during sex.

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