Read up on the latest personal lubricants and the Hitachi Magic Wand vibrator. Then tell her you would like HER to enjoy sex more. Ask if adding a lubricant and/or toy where the focus is bringing HER to orgasm would be considered.
Also, ask if she would let you give HER oral pleasure...
Finally, ask if she would consider fellatio if you wore a condom. There are some flavored ones intended for the purpose.
Good Luck! (I'm 63 ... and I cannot keep up with my 64 YO partner)View Thread
Any chance your name is Linda? Asking because I dated a Linda years back and when we became naked with my presumption intercourse was about to occur ...
She said she wasn't ready for that and began masturbating.
I might have considered going along with that if it had been discussed up front. But I was so surprised all I could do was watch.
After thinking it over, I decided to move on.
As others have said, there is risk in most life activities. If the risks outweigh the benefits, you have the answer.
If it's a close call, then take appropriate measures while clear of mind, only date people with better integrity (Bad Boys - you are OUT), and get to know your potential partner before the plunge. (pun intended.)View Thread
@heena48 "I have a question for guys." ... Sure am glad the Women didn't follow instructions! The only place my Lady ever lets me finish is where conception occurs. Wish that wasn't the case, but I'm not gonna change partners. Meaning kudos to the adventurous gals for posting. Lets the guys reading know you are out there. To others: It's all good (pleasurable) fun and there's going to be cleanup required anyway.View Thread
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