Yes! There are split-design seats to mitigate the damage caused by the punishing your body takes on a bicycle. The nerve endings in your perineum (taint) may be a bit numb...or damaged. There is a definite link between bike riders, sexual disfunction and testicular cancer. Have an appointment with a urologist for a check-up. Other than that, give up on long-distance or mountain biking. There are less damaging ways to stay fit.View Thread
There are more problems to come in any long-term relationship. Yours is failing in this one. She has failed to to hold-up the most basic relationship tenet; support and encouragement. Whatever you see in her "Core" it is her actions ( that her core values allow) that defines who she is. She is a self- indulgent, negative influence. No matter what you want out of life, you should have a partner that you can trust to always be kind, to be generous with love and understanding. Perhaps she will be, in another relationship!View Thread
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