I don't think his penis is going where it should go. I'm not loose, rather snuggly secured. But I swear his penis just slides right in. I don't have pain or anything on the inside, though today I have discomfort on the outside, like if it's sore. Is it possible it could be going just north of where it should be going????? If this isn't the correct forum, please advise. Thank you.View Thread
Yes, he is fully erect and yes, I am very into him sexually. He always talks about the sexual chemistry we have.
I took a mirror and looked down there and the urethra opening seemed big and the other one was kinda tight b/c I inserted my finger. I don't know what to think. Maybe I should just forget about????? Thanks you two for your responses:)View Thread
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