Should a lesbian continue oral sex if her partner has a discharge coming from her vaginal area? Good question, let’s explore our options.
First we need to know that all women have some sort of discharge or fluid from their vaginas, and depending on their cycle it could be heavier, have a different aroma or consistency, and be noticeable or not. This does not necessarily mean they have a disease or something that could be contracted, it just means that they have discharge. Continuing with oral sex at this point is totally up to you and what you feel comfortable with. If it is too much, try something else. There are other things we can do, as lesbians, that would be just as sexy without drawing attention to your discomfort.
There are other reasons that a woman might have discharge and this is what you need to look out for:
- Taste (if you decide to get that far)
- The vaginal area may be red or swollen or have spots, sores or a rash
Depending on these factors your new or existing partner may have a STD or an infection. Either way, you have to communicate with them. Be gentle, but effective. Let them know what makes you uncomfortable, if after you share your feelings, they still want to have a go at it, try a shower or a bath to set the mood, if they are still “weird” down there or smell offensive, don’t do it. You could try at another time, maybe they have a heat rash or a reaction to the soap they use.
Keep in mind ladies, that not all discharge is cause for alarm, but if you don’t feel comfortable don’t do it. If you do and it is something contagious you could get sick. I want all lesbians to stay safe and productive. Don’t put yourself in jeopardy just because your partner says it’s okay. Follow your instincts, if she is worth your time she will get her health in order or at least have an explanation as to why her vagina is doing what it’s doing. Women should always be in tune with their vaginas’ and their health, if she’s not, then she might not be worth your time and effort.