This morning I was doing planks and side planks and definitely got a buzz down there. When I was done I felt like I was almost to orgasm. If I had held out on the planks a few minutes longer it probably would have happened, but that's not exactly what I would want to happen at Anytime Fitness.View Thread
I had them into my twenties but haven't had them lately. I'm 47 now. Also doing back extensions on a roman chair was probably the last time I had it happen. It might happen now if I did that. My wife and I have sex at least every other day so this probably keeps me from getting an orgasm backlog that has to be released. I'm not as sexually sensitive as I used to be. This isn't a bad thing though. In my early twenties I would ejaculate upon penetration. Now I can go for as long as I like.View Thread
I had to be careful to stop when I felt an orgasm coming on. Usually I would stuff my jock strap with toilet paper to help absorb any "accidents" I may have. Which happened from time to time, but nobody ever knew it happened. Climbing the rope was something I never did. I just acted like I couldn't do it. The motion of pulling myself up like that caused instant orgasms. Also climbing onto a dock from the lake did it all the time.View Thread
My doctor doesn't even have me take my clothes off. Just drop the pants for the genital and rectal exam. I have had chronic prostatitis and frequent epididymitis so I have had these exams so many times I don't even think twice about it. It does nothing to arouse me sexually. Having a doctor examine my testicles, penis and prostate would never give me an erection.View Thread
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