Honestly, some people guy or girl, just take longer. Sometimes it's consistent, sometimes it's not. The good part about being with the right person, is its ok either way. They want you to be fulfilled, and vise versa, so it's not an issue if it takes time and patience. If this is an issue for your partner, maybe they're not what you're looking for. I definitely don't think it should be a big enough problem, that you need to be so concerned about it. And if you are, be honest about it, and talk with your partner about it. Tell them how you're feeling.
As far as getting there quicker, all there is to really do is stimulate all your senses! What you're thinking, seeing, feeling, etc. if you're already getting the visual, physical, and mental aspect of it, I'm not sure what more can be done. Unless there's any HUGE turn ons that you two have yet to explore, that may work better for you. Definitely utilize talking dirty (if you don't already). For me, the more I'm saying, the better everything is feeling View Thread
I do when he is on top, and enjoy it. Usually. I can at the very least feel it. But whenever I'm on top, no matter my angle, technique, or place, I do not feel it what so ever! Is this common?View Thread
I myself am bisexual(female) and of course it doesn't make you any less committed. If you love the person, you love the person. When you're raised to be a certain way (straight) and have attempted to be such way, committing to the complete opposite I'd imagine would take time. Maybe even going back and forth numerous times. If he has been confident in being attracted to men since such a young age, you really don't need to worry. It sounds pretty set in stone that he's not going to go straight on you. So it really doesn't matter if he's unsure if he likes both genders, or just men. Either way, you fall in both categories View Thread
Have you explained all of this to your doctor? As far as getting infections frequently, a cure can be as simple as a diet change. Yeast infections are a common sign of a weakened immune system.
You may not be producing enough lubrication, cause you're having a difficult time "getting in the mood" or "letting go"? Do you both foreplay, oral sex, etc?
Ask your doctor about medical AND natural ways to help you out. Like I said, certain diets, exercise, special soaps can all be helpful. Especially all together I'm sure.View Thread
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