I really want to know what it feels like to have a wet dream. I never have one in my whole life and now I'm in my mid 30s. Even for a period of about 2 months, I refrained from masturbation, but I still didn't get any wet dream. I noticed that my body got rid of excess semen through urine.
Yah, I read a lot of stories and experiences like yours on here, and I can only wish I had those fun times too. I never had any of those experiences and none of my friends would ever do such things now we're all grown up.View Thread
Somehow my high school didn't enforce shower after gym class, so no one showered. If I had to, I would have been horrified because I would always have an erection.
The first time I ever showered in front of others was at a YMCA club. It was an open shower, no stalls. I was very curious and excited and would look forward to it. I had to work very hard at suppressing my erection.
Nowadays I still look forward to showering after workout or swimming at the gym. I deliberately go to a location where stalls have no curtains. I have no problem with uncontrollable erection any more. Must be because I'm older now.View Thread
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