I have never entertained the thought of my GF being with another male or female for that matter. To me it was bad enough thinking of her being with her now ex husband.
But to answer your original question . I would consider it cheating as she is getting sexual gratification from it, and without your approval. It would be like me just making out with another woman, touching and feeling my own little way, without going all the way. I'm certain my GF would feel betrayed.View Thread
I can't honestly say that I wouldn't want to sneak a quick peek, afterall we are human. On the other hand if it was my livelihood and the chaces of getting caught were high, I would remain professional at all times. However, if I am the patient and the dentist was a hotty it would be a turn on for sure.View Thread
I am a hetro male, and generally from my experiences in the past up until now if my partners and I argued much it may delay sexual activity for the moment, but once the dust settled and we cleared the air, the sex was much better. If you are bickering daily ? I can't see much hope in a satisfying sex life .View Thread
I prefer the modest approach. Just what is needed to be taken off. I realize the physicians are professional and all that, but unlike gq12 I am not an exhibitionist. Whatever your comfortable with and gets the job done.View Thread
I agree with gymrat44 that maybe you should have it examined. I still remember when I had my vasectomy done ( ugh ) the doc advised me to bring in some samples to see if the procedure worked. Needless to say I didn't, however I still have the same amount of children as I did when I had it done.View Thread
Ok do you mean just during normal activities that this discharge appears ? I can say if I go a long time without an ejaculation and have sex that my discharge is generally more abundant. I think its pretty normal for most if they haven't had sex in awhile to get excited in anticipation.View Thread
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