You have no reason to be embarrassed about being naked in front of each other and certainly no reason feel the same way with him seeing you climaxing. I have had many similar experiences, they are all part of life. Did you talk to him later about him seeing you masturbating? It is a great opportunity to open up and talk about every thing, for both of you. Well I just looked and discovered that this post is 2years old. Any one else have any experiences or comments for me?View Thread
Sounds like a great yoga class. I sure would like to learn how you found out about this class. I wonder if there are classes like this in all large cities. Would like to talk to other about this type of great exercise.View Thread
This has been a topic before, but I am scheduled for an exam soon and I would like to here about what to expect during this routine physical. It would be helpful to hear from others about their exams and what procedures were done. In the past I have had strong physical reactions especially being nude for the examination and from the prostate check. I wonder if this happens to many males during the exam. I know that it is important to be checked regularly to stay healthy. firstname.lastname@example.orgView Thread
As I was reading some of the most recent post, I saw where some of us like to edge or brink as part of our enjoyment. Just wondering how many of us do this and what are some of your experineces. I discovered edging and really like developing my self control. It also enhances the super feeling of almost ejaculating over and over again. It seem like I can go on and on for such a long and enjoy each time that I am rignt on the edge of ejaculation.View Thread
My exams are done totally nude and my doctor is very thorough and spends lots of time discussing my health concerns. I am over 40 so he does a complete rectal and protsate exam. You need to find a good doctor who you feel comfortable with and someone who you can talk to about your health. Usually after my exam starts the doctor will tell me that it looks like ED is not a problem for me. But you still need to be able to talk to your doctor about this is it is on your mind. email@example.comView Thread
It seems like I have always enjoyed watching myself in front of a large mirror. I can see my body and how defined my muscles are and I can pose in different positions. It is really arrousing for me. I put something on the floor to make sure that clean up is easy. It is great to be able to just relax and let it go, all over and anywhere and not be concerned. Sometime using baby oil on my body and for lube is exciting and not only looks great but feels so good.View Thread
With the busy schedule that many doctor have today, some of us a very fortunate to find a doctor that will take his time to fully examine us and not rush quickly through the exam. I think that the trust that I have in my doctors is returned by their trust and confidence in me, knowing that I want to be as healthy as possible. Freeballing for a doctor's exam is OK with my doctor and being naked provides both of us the opportunity to be open regarding his and my health concerns. Being comfortable with a doctor is vital and this trust is built over several appointments. I have had to go to a few doctors to find one that I fell totally relaxed when being examined naked by him.View Thread
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