I am an old "Farm Boy" and what I found in new relationships was a big surprise to me. I am very selective in what I choose to date. My theory is, "If I don't want to wake up beside them every morning, I should not ask them out". Well to my surprise I could not believe that 80% of the time the gal ended up being the aggresive person. I never dreamed that 90% of my dates ended up at there place for a "roll in the hay" our first time out. I did not know gals done that. All the gals I have dated have been very clean vaginally, ( thank heavens for that ) I do practice safe sex, and feel very rewarded for that practice. And yes, on the first date I do try to find out about there sexual past. I do not want to eat something that may have left overs...View Thread
I have had a couple of gals lately, when I open their labia to taste those wonderful female juices have had little pieces of toilet tissue inside their lips. What is the best way for me to handle this problem ? and is there a way I can help them in the shower to eliminate then little pieces of wadded tissue. I don't know if I dare wash inside the labia with a wash cloth or not. I only know about washing under a foreskin. The last thing I want to do is promote any kind of infection inside the vaginal opening. Thoughts of having peices of toilet tissue stuck to the roof of my mouth sort slows down the foreplay.... How do I handle this un-inviting situation ? Thanks in advance for any help.View Thread
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