have a bit of a problem. i just started a new relationship with an amazing guy. we've been having sex with out a condoms and now i have this weird piece of skin on the wall of my vagina. im worried it might be something really bad but then again i worry a lot. it almost looks and feels like an over grown sking tag and at the base of it its a little rough. what could it be? im really scared!View Thread
try surprising him... even if it doesnt work the first time or even the second time dont be worried or discouraged. spice things up.... go online and get some sexy lingerie that will along with the contour of your body and show off curves, ass, clevage, whatever you have to show off. then go to your local adult bookstore and get some toys or other thing to play around with. sometimes guys get bored if the sex is always the same. but that doesnt mean hes not attracted to you hun. im sure theres nothing to worry about. try what i told you. i hope things get better keep you head up high no matter what happens babe, its a womans world out there. good luck View Thread
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