Your situation is good, not freakish. I was going strong until 50 and ok until about 62. Masturbation is a good thing. Masturbate a couple times before going to sleep and if you wake up with an erection, put it too work.
When I was travelling alone, I used masturbation as a sleep aid.
It's depressing when you get older reflecting on what you had.View Thread
It' never been an issue with my wife. This is a men's issue. More is better from a psychological and physical (orgasm) point of view. If you had more when you were younger and less now, you would like to return to your youth. If you are masturbating it is visually more pleasing. A delayed orgasm seemed to produce more ejaculate and a longer stronger orgasm.
There's also an unavoidable association with porn where the male would let go a large visible ejaculation.View Thread
The OP is in a no win situation. Stuck in a bad relationship and lacking the financial means to get out of it. I wonder what her living relationship was before she moved in with her BF. It might be better or not.View Thread
Three of the most important things in a relationship are honesty, openness and trust. What was once a good relationship may have been ruined by lack of this on both parties.
The boyfriend is the most to blame even if he didn't engage in physical activity with another partner. Engaging in behavior that could be upsetting to his partner and not willing to immediately discuss it is grossly unfair no matter how embarrassing it might be.
I hope the OP posts the outcome of all this.View Thread
I'm the only one has this theory. I'm sure a lot of people find texting sexual content stimulating.
Regarding the condom. I did it all the time. I use to have a very sensitive penis. I would lubricate the condom inside and outside, put a plastic sandwich bag over the condom, arrange the blanket to be like a vagina and simulate intercourse. Way better than my hand. I could fall asleep after orgasming and not worry about a mess. If I woke up later and was aroused. I could stay where I was an orgasm again.View Thread
If he is ashamed of anything it's his online activity. He probably used it as a stimulus for his masturbation.
There's no indication by crazy_lady66 that indicates they discussed his sexuality. It should have happened already and in any event it will be discussed now and in person.. If he cares about the relationship he should make every effort to do this as soon as possible.
What I don't know is if his gay activity is fantasy or something he acts on. There's a big difference. People enjoy taking on an identity in chat rooms and bulletin boards for their amusement.View Thread
Love making is about pleasing your partner. If your new partner is willing to let you please her without your penis, things will work out okay. Premature ejaculation is only a problem when a man is unwilling to do something about it.
Tell her you have the issue and would really like her to help you with it. If she likes you she should be willing to help. There are techniques to take you back from the edge. If you can get to a point where you can last 5 minutes you can last for as long as you want. The longer you can stay aroused without orgasming, the more control you will have. Find a comfortable position for both of you, enter her and don't thrust. If you feel like you are about to orgasm, withdraw and wait. After a while, if you feel you are not close to orgasm. Thrust a little until you feel that you are getting close and then stop thrusting.
I had PE issues and got though them by having frequent intercourse. Since many women can't orgasm from intercourse, give her as many orgasms as she wants orally or manually. My sexual soul mate was like that. Over time, my PE issues went away and she was able to orgasm from intercourse for the first time.
If your partner things lovemaking is only intercourse you are facing an impossible task.View Thread
Thanks for getting to the real issue. A woman might prefer to me made love to by a woman because another woman would be more interested in pleasuring their partner. A man can do everything a woman can do and he also has a penis which is optional.
Your partner wants to take the dominant role in lovemaking and probably would prefer to do it with another woman. She may have fantasies of what she would like done to her and can act them out by performing them on another woman.
You haven't said anything to make me believe that you are a controlling person. If she has any interest in sex she should be willing to express her desires so you can act on them, There are also positions where the woman is dominant and some where the partners are equal. I would also rather engage in sexual activity with no intercourse than have no sex at all.View Thread
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