My boyfriend is 29 and has no problem getting hard but most of the time doenst ejaculate.. He loves having sex because he can get me off very easily but it bothers me when I am the only one, I would like to have that satisfaction also. We both have a sexual appetite and do plenty of foreplay throughout the day. I am only the second person he has been with and the first he had no emotional tie to so I would think he should be able to get off easier. He says its because when he was an adolescent he used a tube sock to ejaculate with and it ruined alot of his sensitivity.. I think this could be true but I cant help feeling its something more? I have never had this problem with any other sexual partner, I am a very sexual person and find joy in knowing they get off. Sometimes when he cant come and its been a very sensual experience with costumes and candles and all that jazz and I feel very connected it stings at the end when he says he probably isnt gonna come. It puts both of us on edge cause it upsets me and he doesnt understand why. So I guess my question is could it just be the sensitivity is gone so he can get aroused but its harder to actually get off, or if it is more.. and if anyone has had this problem from the man or womens side? Please let me know what you think, thanks!View Thread
Yes anything helps! He is cirumcized so that wont work, but I will talk to him about the second suggestion. Though it will be pretty hard for both of us I would like to figure it out now opposed to later in our relationship when the feelings have been building about it. When he started masterbating when he was younger he would always use a tube sock and from what I remember quite often, but I am not sure how long the period of time he did this was for, could of been anywhere from 6 months to a couple years..He said it rubbed him raw and effected his sensitivity. Do you think that would still be effecting him or has healed by now? What made me think of this was your first suggestion and made me wonder about his gland and the affect of friction? If his problem is that his gland doesnt feel the friction as much would the second suggestion you made help that? Thanks so much for your input!View Thread
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