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Grapefruit Blow Job

Updated: JULY 7, 2022
Reviewed by Kinkly Staff
on July 6, 2022

The grapefruit blow job is a fellatio technique involving a ring of grapefruit placed over the penis. Giving a grapefruit blow job is sometimes called grapefruiting. It could be considered a form of sploshing.

Denise Walker, better known as Auntie Angel, developed the grapefruit blow job and featured it in a YouTube tutorial in 2014. She is a fellatio educator and founder of Angel's Erotic Solutions. She claims her blow job techniques, including the grapefruit blow job, can make the receiving partner orgasm in five minutes or less. The grapefruit blow job gained mainstream attention through the 2017 film "Girls Trip".

To prepare for a grapefruit blow job, couples cut both sides from a grapefruit so that only the center portion remains. They then cut a hole with a diameter as wide as the receiving partner’s erect penis from the center of the fruit. The giving partner threads the fruit onto the receiving partner’s erect penis and performs the grapefruit blow job. The fruit moves up and down the receiving partner’s penis as the giving partner moves their mouth up and down.

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The grapefruit blow job provides a soft, slippery sensation that those who have tried it report as being both unique and pleasurable.

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The type of grapefruit you choose matters. Auntie Angel suggests using ruby red grapefruits, as they are the sweetest variety. However, you can use any grapefruit you like. You could also use a similar fruit, such as a navel orange.

Auntie Angel recommends blindfolding the receiving partner when preparing for a grapefruit blow job. Without the sense of sight, the receiving partner is taken by surprise when the giving partner applies the grapefruit. Some couples may prefer to perform this technique without a blindfold.

A grapefruit hand job is a variation of the grapefruit blow job. Couples follow the same steps to prepare for a grapefruit hand job. The giving partner then takes hold of the part of the penis where the fruit sits. They move their hand up and down the shaft, moving the fruit at the same time.

The grapefruit blow job can be messy. Couples may prefer to lay down a towel first or perform the technique outdoors or over an easy-to-clean surface such as a tile or linoleum floor. After the blow job, the couple should shower thoroughly, paying particular attention to removing any pulp from the receiving partner’s pubic hair. Showering together is a great way to prolong intimacy after a grapefruit blow job.

Some receiving partners also report a mild burning sensation when they urinate after the grapefruit blow job. This is likely because acidic fruit juices can enter the urethra during a grapefruit blow job. This is usually a short-term problem that will resolve once the fruit juices exit the urethra. The juice will also sting open wounds, so it’s important the penis is free of cuts and abrasions before trying this technique.

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