As seasons change many people experience dry nose/mouth. Saline drops or rinse helps the nose. For...
As seasons change many people experience dry nose/mouth. Saline drops or rinse helps the nose. For the lips, any lip balm can be helpful. You may be more aware because of the recent encounter.View Thread
Don't forget to wash and store your toys properly. Remember bacteria and yeast live in the vagina and bacteria lives in the anus so you want to make sure it is cleaned and stored properly. This reduces irritation and any spread of potential infection.
Most toys that are made for sex can be cleaned easily and safely with soap and warm water. The material also tends to be made to reduce or prohibit growth of bacteria and yeast.View Thread
Take hold of his penis to control the depth of penetration without having your partner loss the sensation of being "covered". You can do this by using just a couple of fingers. He can do the same depending on the position.
You can also place a penile ring on him and to let him know that placing his penis past the ring is uncomfortably for you.
Also avoid positions where there is deep penetration that may result in discomfort.
Many people suffer with muscle aches and pains especially in the legs after sex due to muscle overuse or joint conditions. If you have this frequently, you may want to consider using special equipment or furniture that can help reduce strain or pain. Some helpful items could be inflatable pillows, soft wedges or supportive stretchable straps. Any of these can be found at any novelty store. The prices can vary from around $20 and up.View Thread
1. Condoms- don't forget they can come in flavors 2. You can cut a condom open and use it as a covering for oral sex with a female. 3. Plastic wrap found at your local grocery store can be used. It may help reduce risk as well.View Thread
Many people have trouble with the gag reflex (choking or coughing) when performing oral sex especially when they try to deep throat. You can try numbing sprays that are for sore throats. These are found over the counter. Although this is not a guarantee, this may help reduce some of the gagging. Remember the gag is a normal reflex so most people will never overcome completely (if at all) during oral sex. View Thread
Condoms with benzocaine. This is similar to medicine the dentist use for numbing. It is at a lower dose and can cause decrease sensitivity that can help prolong erections. Don't worry. You will still be able to "feel". These tend to be marketed as extended performance or pleasure. If you are still not sure, your local pharmacist can help you.
Some people also try the oral numbing medication that is used for teething babies. They come flavored. You would just apply a bit around the head of the penis. The way it works is the same as the condoms but a slightly higher dose of numbing medication.
Your partner mouth will get numb if they come in contact with either of the above.
Soft/ silicone penile rings- if you have no vascular problems you can try these. You will have to get them at a novelty or adult store, or internet. It should not be tight to the point of any discomfort.
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