5 Questions You Want to Ask the Blow Job Expert, Reba the Diva:

Hey Frase got a chance to sit down with the Blow Job Expert, Reba the Diva, recently. We were thrilled to ask her all of our burning questions about her blowjob classes. Here’s a few of our favorites.

Reba the Diva is the expert when it comes to blow job classes.

1. Why start a blowjob class? Why take one?

Reba the Diva started her blowjob classes after coming to realization while selling sex toys: people had a lot of questions about pleasure–like, a lot. She discovered pretty quickly that there weren’t any places for adults to learn pleasure-positive education. At school, if there are sex ed classes, you learn how to avoid pregnancies and STDs—not about orgasms and pleasuring yourself.

Reba suggests taking blow job classes because it’s never too late to learn. Seriously, she’s taught a 63-year-old how to give head. Because there’s no formal education around pleasure, you can really only learn through experience. So, if you haven’t been in a relationship with pleasure and communication at the forefront, it’s pretty much guaranteed that you’re gonna be insecure about your skill level. A lot of women also want some confidence post-breakup, they need “skills to pay the bills.” We’re kidding…unless?

2. Are you trying to tell us something… are most people just bad at giving blowjobs?

“Generally, people could be better at giving blowjobs. People could all be a little better if they talked about it more.”

Reba explained to us that most women have no idea that men actually have two types of orgasms. Because there are SO many taboos on sexual preferences, many women shy away from prostate stimulation during blow jobs because it might be seen as “homosexual” and become a turn off.

For the most part though, the class acts as a safe sort of learning community for people who want to feel more confident in the bedroom. A lot of the class is focused on creating this community—almost like a support group in a way—where women can share their stories, tell others what brought them to class, and explain their fears of “doing it wrong.”

3. So it’s a two-hour long class…are you teaching for that whole time?

Reba explained that her classes are divided into 3 thirty-minute segments with time for questions in between each. During the first part, she focuses on penis anatomy and pleasure—“from tip to testicles and beyond!”

During the second part, Reba focuses on the key ingredients to giving great head and how to prioritize your pleasure as women even when you are sucking dick. The third part is the most popular: Reba explains the twenty tricks to get the job done—foreplay ideas, signature moves to personalize your BJ, and timesavers if you’re jaw is hurting and your neck is getting tired. With every class, she also includes the penis-pleasing bible, appropriately named Tickle His Pickle.

4. Is your Cunnilingus class as popular as your blowjob one?

Surprise, surprise, it’s not. It’s almost as if men don’t worry about their skills in the bedroom. Reba told me that even though men need the help just as much as women (no duh), they are way less likely to admit that they might not be phenomenal in the bedroom. They also don’t always wanna admit when they’re feeling a little self-conscious in the bedroom. Women are quicker to look for guidance. In fact, her “Eating Cake” class has become hugely popular in the DC lesbian community–even if it’s still less popular than the blow job class.

5. What is your number one tip for giving head? Or do we have to sign up for the class to hear that?

“Rule number one: don’t neglect the balls.”

We don’t wanna be a tease (hey, does this count as foreplay?), but if you want to learn any more, you’re gonna have to sign up for a class yourself.

Bonus Question: You know Sarah, and she just had to ask the dirtiest question possible: What’s the craziest blowjob nightmare story you’ve heard?

A woman once told Reba exactly how her pop rocks blowjob went wrong. After hearing about how pop rocks can be an awesome way to increase pleasure while giving head, she decided to give it a try. Good news: it totally worked, and her partner loved it! Afterwards, though, they decided to have sex without washing up first. Long story short, the pop rocks were infinitely less fun when they were in her vagina. All that sugar disrupted the pH balance, leading to a cycle of bacterial and yeast infections. Moral of the story: clean up a little after you experiment.

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