You know what they say: Different Strokes for Different Folks.
I do not think he is trying to 'fool me'. I really do not believe that he knows the way of females much less the ways of American females. He is from India. Not that that means anything special but he is not well versed considering he comes from the land of the Kama Sutra.View Thread
Yes, I think I have just about covered all bases re the premature ejaculation bizness w/ my friend. In truth, he said he asked another man about a remedy which is how the Red Bull got into play. Knowing men and their egos, that took alot a courage for him to ask another man.
After 2 years, he knows pretty much by now how to 'work me'. I told him to watch woman on woman porn so he can learn something about female anatomy. Don't forget he wasn't born or raised in the USA therefore he was not exposed to or taught alot of things re females like most men are in the USA. However, he is creative which helps alot. LOLView Thread
Hello again. Well, we've done the Red Bull drinking tip; the Trojan brand condoms w/ benzocaine tip; and everything else you can possibly think of tip. Red Bull works but he likes to drink Corona beer so that knocks out the Red Bull. I do not know what the heck is going on w/ the Trojan benzocaine tip condoms but they will be hearing from me! He has done much better when he 'whacks off' and then comes over to see me afterward for the 2nd go round. But that 1st one is 0.01 seconds. A Real Bummer.
Actually, I believe I have really and truly lost interest. Even he complains that I never call him anymore to come over - he has to call me. This is very true. After 2 years, I'm tired.
Lo and Behold! Wonder of Wonders! I had a session w/ my 'Mister' last night. I don't know if he drank something or ate something or did something w/ himself but he performed lovely! He did not even have a sheath on which is very unusual for him. I was and still am in shock.
I am gonna ask him about what he did to have 'staying power' as soon as I come out of my shock.View Thread
Thank U so much for 'keeping up' w/ me and this problem I am having. Please don't misunderstand, I find him quite appealing and sexy. He is a very nice person and he also has excellent foreplay skills which adds to my desires. However, U know the story after that right? That is when my headache begins. LOL.
I've read that Trojan has a condom specifically for men who have the premature ejaculation business. I will buy a pack and see if it works on him when I feel like it. If so, hooray. If not, Trojan will be hearing from me and my friend will 'be kicked to the curb' for real. I will definitely let U know! Much Thanks for your time and input.View Thread
How can I say this delicately......He isn't that important to me at this point for all of that. Not after 2 years of trying to learn him how to do ME and he still can't/won't learn control. Perhaps it is due to him being born in a '3rd world country' where sex isn't so available like it is in the West. I don't know. Like I said b4, I have one more trick up my sleeve to try w/ him although I don't know how I'm going to do it b/c when he calls or comes around me I get the headache and become physically sick. In any event, I truly believe 2 years is enough.View Thread
I'm sorry for your loss. Being w/ someone for 62 years is powerful. I had wanted that for myself but it never happened. Now this is my last trip to the rodeo and I thought I would go out w/ a bang. Unfortunately, I will not. I have never heard of so many men having problems w/ erectile dysfunction; premature ejaculation; etc. It is like an epidemic! One girlfriend of mine has a 'friend' who doesn't get hard when he is with her, but when he is at home or on the phone w/ her - he gets rock hard. LOL. I laugh to keep from crying for her b/c it is so pitiful and frustrating. Another girlfriend of mine was going w/ a guy who ejaculated while they were just kissing! These are grown men not boys in elementary school. Something is very wrong.View Thread
Thanxs again for your interest and input. I have been seeing this guy for almost 2 years now (June). He should be used to me by now. I have never experienced anything like this in my entire sexual life. He is getting worse instead of better. UGH!
I've already told him that I am not happy nor satisfied w/ our sexual relationship. All he says is "I know, I'm sorry". Plus, he has other issues, in my humble opinion, such as excessive OCD which blows my mind. Ah, C'est La Vie.View Thread
Once again I thank you for your input and empathy for me in this situation. Unfortunately, nothing has changed or will change. He won't go to doctor nor will he take the pills (Zoloft) that doctor gave for him. God helps those who help themselves so I had to give it up. He definitely will not go to a sex therapist - this I already know. He will just continue to say "I don't know why this happens every damn time" but he is not willing to TRY to fix it.
He is a very nice man who appreciates me and my female beauty. But my nerves are on edge now. Every time he comes to see me I get physically ill....seriously.
I have one (1) more thing that I want to try w/ him. If that doesn't work - he can't be fixed.View Thread
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