Want to try something new with your favorite J-girl, but can’t exactly put your dirty fantasies into words she’ll understand? This new paperback by Nate Jensen covers all the naughty vocabulary your standard English-Japanese dictionary misses. You can find “The Japanese-English Guide to Sex, Kink, and Naughtiness” at Amazon, but select entries are also published online at Pink Nihon:
ō eru (オーエル)
An office secretary. Not a sexual term by nature, but used so frequently in mens’ enter-
tainment, that the term is worth noting. Office Lady = OL. The OL in Japan is much sought after commodity by countless businessmen and professionals throughout Japan. While the OL may be well-composed and well-mannered during the working day, the wild side comes out in the evenings and on the weekends.
(To) come inside a person’s mouth. The term kōnai hassha is a good example of a Japanese compound word with a concise meaning that expresses an idea that takes a longer English phrase to represent.
Literally “tuna ﬁsh”. A female that does not move very much during sex.
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