You can use your fingers to stretch your vaginal orfice, while laying in a tub, then practice your kegels while doing so. You should start off with two fingers with lube, then try to work three together, to where they form like a triangle, then gyrate the base portion to gently stretch your muscle. Wow, and I wished I had a member like that. I had always been curious whether a woman really enjoyed, or wanted a monster member. I asked my wife, since she had been with guys bigger then me, she confided that she wasn't able to have a orgasm at all with a big one, but climaxes like crazy with my average penis, plus I tried different things with my penis. She is begging for it to a point it is annoying, I don't have to ask at all anymore. I just thought of this, try a over sized butt plug, that eventually will get you ready, just take as much as you can handle, and do it everyday.View Thread
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