Christina Aguilera Loves This Polarizing Oral Sex Technique

It’s been over 20 years since Christina Aguilera had critics clutching their pearls with the release of her raunchy anthem ‘Dirrty’, and the singer is proud to say she still gets down. In a recent NSFW interview with Alex Cooper on the podcast Call Her Daddy, Aguilera got frank about her sex life and opened up about some of the wild things she and her partner Matthew Rutler have done.

“Sex is fun, and knowing your body is so important, and you’re only going to know your body when you spend time with yourself first, so you even know what to ask for from your partner, or what you like,” she said. “The vibrator was a game-changer when I was first exploring myself… I was just like ‘oh my god,’ I literally even remember having this pocket-size one I could pack in my bag on an airplane. I was horny!”

Aguilera, 42, went on to respond to Cooper’s question as to what her “best skill” in the bedroom is, and she

“Hands down, it’s got to be blowjobs,” she said. “I love a blowjob… I enjoy it… I know every different part and the sensitive areas, and I literally do enjoy it, I hear some women don’t like it, but I don’t know, man, it’s a turn-on.”

“What one guy might like, another one doesn’t,” she continued when asked for specific tips. “There are some guys that don’t like their balls being touched or tampered with, there are some guys who like brutal things happening to them. Yeah, there’s a lot of different levels… That’s why it’s important to be with a partner where you can really just explore. And there’s a lot of things that I have not explored yet that are on my to-do list.”

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“There’s something to be said, after you put in the hard work, I think swallowing is a good thing, and it’s got a lot of protein, I have to say,” she added. “I’m a promoter of the swallow, OK. I didn’t put in that hard work for nothing!”

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Philip Ellis is a freelance writer and journalist from the United Kingdom covering pop culture, relationships and LGBTQ+ issues. His work has appeared in GQ, Teen Vogue, Man Repeller and MTV.

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