Michelle this is a hard thing for a guy to understand. I was with a girl who was exactly like you. At first I thought she was joking, the old "NO" means "YES" thing. Well she had a huge "O" like you said and she was begging me to stop, I wanted to bring her to multiple orgasms. So finally I pulled out of her she was actually crying, I thought well I will just tease her clit with my tongue a bit, same thing. So we talked abut it later and I apologized, she explained and I was very sorry, I had no idea what she was going through. So after that we had great sex and everyone was very happy. Thanks so much for writing this Michelle.View Thread
No I do not wear my "Speedo's" in front of family members, other than my wife. But of course her and I go to the beach to have sex. How ever my point of veiw is the 90 % of the gals can parade around with almost nothing on, giving us guys all these thoughts of wonderment. So I think it is only fitting to display our packages the best we can to make them wonder also... The gals may laugh to each other but deep down there is one or two gals in the group that has to be thinking of a sexual encounter, the same as we do. What is fair is fair...View Thread
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