Hi do a lot of forplay with and move his hand around your body over several times and eventully take his hand to yor lower admond then your pubic mound. take time doing this-- you have nothing to loose. ontbearView Thread
Use the proper names of the body parts. Whether you are alone or in public. We have done that with our children (2 grown boys) and this the way our grandchildren have been taught to refer to themselvs or their sibling(s). We never labled their genatils with "cute" words. So many people do not know the terms for the their or the other sexes' body. Please us the terms found in the dictionary.View Thread
This is a VERY RISKY way to have sex. As a male, I will tell you of a situation that happened to me. I was masturbating and I was not to ejaculate. I just happened to look down and saw I this situtation. There was a small shot of semen. A few minutes later I ejaculated as I reached orgasim. Use protection -- he may not know that he had a small amout of semen deposited in you as he "was not ready" Use some protection !!!!!View Thread
Anon I think you need to do some thing for him and masturate him and see if that works...... have him do it for you as a game or both at a time. Get him to be more at ease about "finishing - ejuclating"View Thread
Elle0317: I am a male, but I want to bring to your attention what you said. I am aching for sex. There is a time when you will give in to emotions..... get yourself some type of counterception..... such as the pill or what you and your heath provider would be the best for you. The pill takes a "time" to get the protection AND make him use a CONDOM!!!!!View Thread
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