This may be odd to ask but i need some help, me an my gf have been together for 2 years now and soon to be married, heres the problem i alwasy thought i was normal maybe event small down stairs, but she said im to big, evertime we have sex she is in pain the first time i go in and an after we have had sex, i never really was to concerned about how big my penis was, but i did measure it the way they say to an its lil over 7.5" i kinda just figured that is average but i dont know never looked to see, but plz we could use some help iv tryed a bunch of stuff but she still herts i would like to make it more enjoyable to her P.S. plz real answers no stupid onesView Thread
Hi, me and my gf have been trying to have sex on and off and it never gets to far, she is a virgin, and im 8" erect and just about 6" in diam. and ever time we try to have sex it herts her to much to go more than about a inch in, plz helpView Thread
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