Hi, Well, this doesn't sound so bad. It's almost like you can teach him your preferences and standards since each of us is different.As you say "Different Strokes for Different Folks." I didn't go to porn sites until last year, after the demise of my darling wife, and frankly they didn't appeal because they don't seem realistic, based on my experience with my only one partner for penetrative sex. They look too mechanical and from what I read in the sites I gave you before, that isn't the way it is except maybe for prostitutes who are for the money and not necessarily for the pleasure of the client. The one girl porn site which is more realistic is The Official Site of MindyVega . But in the end, he'll do better learning from your tutorial. Hopefully both will find mutual pleasuring so satisfying neither will explore elsewhere. Yes, the Kama Sutra maybe good for the excitement phase. What gets the right response may not work another time or even 2 minutes later; slow, soft contacts with no rush are always the most rewarding. Interruptions are deadly; undivided attention is the best. You've turned a rather gloomy situation into one with promise.View Thread
Good girl! It is always better to solve problems like this rather than walk away. Our sex functions are a very important part of the entire body's system so it's always better to make use and enjoy the wonderful features that God has given us. Having traveled to 100 countries and worked with men in all of these don't let him fool you (or maybe it's just your assumption) about the sex knowledge of people in other countries. I do, however, see more of a sense of responsibility for our actions in the western world and more respect for women. I think it comes from Christianity and doing more together so we aren't strangers. I find the articles in Wikipedia, Men's Health's Ask the Girl Next Door, and Ask my Girlfriend.com good and without sending the reader a blizzard of commercials. For me, after 62 years of bliss with my gal/wife from Havana, I want to use it and not lose it and find Klixen builds my libido and shows me new techniques (c4s.com/studio/7373). Since God made each of us different, what appeals to one may not be good for either of you. So keep your minds open but keep experimenting and enjoying! You are to be congratulated for "hanging in there" rather than leaving. Both of you must be fairly compatible and playing the field is full of "sink holes." "764"63AView Thread
My oh my! You're trying everything. But it's progress/good to hear that he does "much better" after he first, meaning he has additional ejaculations with you. I read he could also practice stopping the flow when urinating to build strength in his muscles. Hopefully he knows how to bring you to climax too. Only one partner is not good. If you don't get in the mood (horny) you might see your MD because you might need hormone therapy. But please don't give up. It's too important for your health, his too...happiness too.View Thread
"Oh dear, what can the matter be" Does he cumshot with or without the condom? In any case, as I suggested before, just think of it as the first of a series; do some tender massaging followed by arousal like Klixen does. Try the techniques she uses in "K deep blue moments Part B" and "K double ruined Part B" or many others. While he recovers from his first cumshot he could also pay attention to your needs. Good luck!View Thread
wow! Speedy Gonzalez! But I think you should try keeping arousing him after the first spurt. Don't stop...I can't believe he would just keep pumping it out every second. But do it with TLC. If he needs a few minutes to recover after the first cumshot, have him excite you. I hope he knows how to be sensitive and alert to your best feelings. Each of us is different so there is no "one way is the best way." Good luck!View Thread
I hope that worked out...but you might try looking at his "premature ejaculation" as simply the first in a series of spurts. It may take a few minutes of mutual teasing for him to get aroused again and ready for his next spurt but if he's paying attention to your responses it should be fun to simply keep seeking more cum. In other words, the game shouldn't end with the first one, the same with you. You might get some encouragement and ideas watching how Klixen does it in K craving for cum at c4s.com/studio/7373. Part B shows multiple orgasms. Her studio 7373 has so many different scenarios, you should be able to find those which you can adapt to your personality. Good luckView Thread
Poor thing! If he doesn't mean that much to you, someone you're really enamored with, then move on. But learn to pleasure yourself as it's important to keep yourself in good shape with the sensitivity down there that is so great. Then when you find someone you really want to be with forever or a long time, don't keep your mind in a straight jacket regarding how you think sex ought to be between male/female partners/spouses. We're all different so not all get the max pleasure out of penetrative intercourse. In fact most women prefer the action to be on the surface or close to the surface. And sometimes, our likes/dislikes change with experimentation and repetition. But in the meantime, keep yourself performing...use a dildo and vibrator. But keep reaching orgasm/climax. "Use It or Lose It"View Thread
Yes, I can now understand that you don't have a committed relationship, like marriage, with him. So you will be correct in disconnecting, live your own life as you choose and if you find someone else that has normal sexual desires than maybe you can pleasure with him. Sex is so particular as to each of us it is difficult to have hard and fast beliefs. E.g., some couples have great satisfying relationships with a penetrative climax while others would prefer mutual pleasuring, seeing the other with ecstasy while still others want the focus on their own, as individuals, pleasure. The point is, be flexible. Good luck, please let us know if you do find happiness/satisfasction elsewhere.View Thread
Oh my. Don't give up. Sex in its various forms is a natural body function and is needed to keep the rest of you and your bf in healthy condition. Since he won't agree to a sex therapist, I suggest you be more subtle and have a sex psychologist become your companion so that he gets comfortable with her. She might be able to use hypnosis to get his natural libido back. She might also agree to a one-on-one with him after determining what does energize him. Anyway men and women often get sexually energized by different stimulants and it usually is not as mechanical as turning on the light switch. (Note: if a psychologist is out of range, price wise, you might consult with the dean of a psychiatric school. There might be a student who would be excited about undertaking this project.)View Thread
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