Ok here is my problem , my man wants me to do it so much as he has never had a girl who could do it, he could never even ejaculate from oral untill he met me and says I am the best he has ever had, but one of the things he has always wanted was a girl to deep throat him, 1st issue is he is so thick it is difficult to even keep my teeth off him during normal bj's and he is 9 inches long and I have a very small mouth (btw I really really want to do it) I get it all the way back, I have learned to control my gag reflex and ive done a ton of reading bur my issue is once it is all the way back I feel it press against my throat and its closed and I press and it hurts and is very solid feeling, so my question is it supposed to push it past that point? and can I injure myself? If I know it wont injure me and that the pain will stop once its through that point I think ill be ok, I want to do it so much , please help!!View Thread
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