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I Learn Autofellatio From Yoga Sites Or Wikipedia?
is a book on Autofellatio and how to Autofellate
Yoga is a
hot topic these days, more men and women are wondering if this type of
"exercise" can be used for autofellatio or autocunnilingus. There have
also been some comedy skits recently on television that toyed with the
idea of these forms of self-love. More than one rock star has been
noted as claiming that they had ribs removed to allow themselves to
That means that there are more and more people that are wondering what
it takes to become an autofellationist (autofellater). People then seek
out information to get some autofellatio tips, tricks, and advice to
see if they can't perform this form of autosexuality.
That leads people to online "encyclopedias." These won't be of much
help, at least not the ones I have seen, but they can give men and
women some generalized insight into such acts. However, many of these
sites do have mis-information (regardless if it is cited or from a
verifiable "source" or not) so keep an open mind when perusing such
With a little background in the subject then people realize that
stretching would be the end-all method allowing people to enter into
these positions. Inevitably "Yoga" comes to mind. Firstly, because Yoga
seems to be everywhere these days; and Secondly, because most of us
have seen some impressive Yoga positions that probably made us reflect
on autofellating immediately.
Certainly these sites can be very helpful. Not just for self-sex acts
but to improve your life in other areas, too. Yoga tends to reduce
stress, anxiety, and even can affect a person's physiological processes
in good ways; such as lowering blood pressure or increasing your
ability to digest food properly.
Unfortunately, some of these sites that are mis-informative, too. I
would suggest some of the more mainstream Yoga websites and perhaps
look into a Continuing Education class or two in your area. Again,
anyone can spend a day or two on the Internet and claim they are an
expert on everything from quantum mechanics to anti-aging secrets. Ask
for referrals or recommendations of Yoga instructors (in your area)
from people you trust. The health food stores are always a good place
to start. Ask some of the staff if they know of any good instructors. I
am sure they can point you in the best direction. These folks have
their ears to the ground with this type of thing, so they're probably
your best local source for a trusted referral.
Learning some simple stretches and postures through Yoga is one way to
test if autofellatio is really for you. Such information can be had
from certain Yoga sites and videos.