I recently fell in love with a woman I have known for a year, and we began dating and eventually attempted to have sex. She is 57 y.o., (I'm a few years older) had sex only once 21 years ago, resulting in a pregnancy and the normal birth of her son, but had never had sex again. She is a tiny woman in stature, 4'-11", Filippina, very slim and even after an hour of oral and manual stimulation I am barely able to insert one finger into her vagina, altho she will climax from oral and manual stimulation several times. I have considerable experience with women. She is reasonably lubed, and excited and wants to have relations with me very much. She is not "hung up" or has any emotional problems with sex. Her vagina just doesn't seem to want to stretch. We love each other very much and intend to get married despite this situation. What should we do ?? Should we see a Doctor ?? ANY HELP is greatly appreciated.View Thread
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