I'm married 20+ years, in early high school maybe middle school I messed around with a neighbor friend. Then in college hooked up with a frat brother. Mostly just jacking off and oral (actually mostly him blowing me). It was awesome but I gave it all up when I married. I've had a few massages since ive married where I've had an orgasm - only one was with a male therapist, he gently yet expertly cleaned me up. It felt great!
Im just curious as to how many happily married guys have really had a sexual experience with another guy ?View Thread
If the showers are across from one another and a guy takes the one directly across I'd say that is a sign that he's checking things out ? Right next to you was odd and maybe I'm wrong but seems like the view is better from across than next to .
At my gym there are open showers (no curtains) with about 10 showers, 5 across from 5; then they have another room of about 10'showers same set up but these have curtains. I'd guess the guys checking out others go only to the open ones?View Thread
The one time my wife thought it was scratchy, she was freshly trimmeded too.. I thought the combination was great!
I wish I could get her to completely shave at least the labia.
I wear boxers most of the time, around the house commando and sometimes boxer briefs.View Thread
Reading Stevs reply reminded me that while I don't feel itchy or scratchy the wife complained once that it felt scratchy when we made love. It was shortly after I trimmed pretty short one time. Hence the #3 setting now!View Thread
I'm curious ? Please reply and advise your age, marital status, and indicate if you groom/trim/shave your pubic hair?
If you do groom, tell us to what degree? For example, I am 48, married. I use a trimmer and trim above penis on the #3 setting; I shave balls and shaft smooth.
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