Hi guys. I have a little bit of an odd question. I had a very erotic dream last night and ended up waking up because I had ejaculated. I am a 24 y/o straight man,but what threw me off is that the dream was about a bro. Is this normal? It has just thrown me off a little...View Thread
Im uncut. I have always been a little shy around the other guys because I did not want to get made fun of. I never used the communal shower in gym class. I guess its a little silly but I have always thought I would stand out if people knewView Thread
hi Gymrat. I don't have a very in-depth story like yours but I have realized at times that it is very hard to control sexual urges. Sometimes it seems like they come out of nowhere. I feel at times that I really enjoy pleasing myself, looking at myself in the mirror while I masturbate. I'm not sure if that is normal. I am not sexually attracted to myself, it just seems to really help increase the heat of the moment. I have had times where I just get hard and look down, reach in my pants and pull it out.I think this is normal.View Thread
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