Woman's Open Letter To Ex Who Blogged About How Much He Hated Going Down On Her Is Incredible

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Above view of woman' || chr(39) || 's bare legs holding pillow between knees lying on bed with white sheets.
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A woman who's ex-boyfriend blogged about how much he hated giving her oral sex has written an open letter to her former partner - on behalf of all the dissatisfied women out there.

Rhianna Kemi was slightly taken aback when she identified herself as the woman in student William Lloyd's blog.

Lloyd had written about how his experience involving a woman ejaculating in his face has put him off going down on females.

"Shakily, I put my hands on her thighs, a while later she arched and shivered," the student had written. "There’s no way of being ambiguous here: the first time I went down on a girl she ejaculated all over my face.

"A hot, sticky, wet jet of piss."

Lloyd then added: "When something gross and traumatic happens to you, something that just freaks you out, you don’t exactly yearn to go back and revisit it."

After reading Lloyd's tear-stained story, Kemi decided to shed a little light on the story.

In a blog for The Huffington Post UK, she wrote: "One point to get out the way: the facts are simply not true. I can safely confirm that he went down on me several times during our relationship.

"In fact, he would ask to go down and I would often politely decline.

"Why did I say no? Because, to be honest, it just didn't feel that good."

Kemi then adds: "I waited for a long time and when the moment finally happened, I felt less pleasured and more awkward. This was actually a tension in our relationship. I didn't enjoy him licking me out and he couldn't understand why.

"So really, when I hear guys say that they "don't go down on girls", all I hear is fear. The real reason you don't want to go down anymore isn't because you made a girl come and it was unpleasant.

"It's because you are scared of the awkward silence of the girl who isn't enjoying it."