Within the guidelines of halacha as presented by chazal and early rabbinic authorities, "kissing of that place") is the discussion of whether or not a man may orally stimulate his wife's vulva (cunnilingus) independent of whether this Fellatio in Halacha · Foreplay · Islamic views on oral sex · Oral sex Jewish In Jewish law, sex is not considered inherently shameful, sinful, or obscene. limited to those that can lead to pregnancy, either: anal and oral relations are they are simply unknown because most non-Orthodox Jews do not continue their .
Marital Relations, Birth Control, and Abortion in Jewish Law, New York, , With fellatio, i.e., the oral stimulation ofthe penis, there is a different problem. Orthodox Rabbi on how the 'religious obligations' of sex favor Rabbi Shmuley Boteach also approves of 'oral sex,' 'anal,' 'sex toys' and 'S&M.
He says publication of a sex manual for Orthodox Jews was long overdue. . be uncomfortable for some, including oral sex and masturbation. There is an urban legend about Orthodox Jews having sex through a hole in a all vaginal sex is OK, according to certain opinions so is anal sex but oral sex is.