Too bad you did not follow up to the responses. You are having another child, which seems to indicate you have been together for some time. If he has changed, find out why. If he has always been this way and you were ok with it until now, why have you changed? Did he promise to change? It is easy to just attack him for his actions, but without more information there is no real help that anyone can give you.View Thread
You sound more like a very young man looking for porn than one with serious relationship issues. Maybe it is just a language issue that makes you sound that way and if so, I apologize for misjudging you. You say "I plan to marry" does this mean she knows your relationship is serious and is expected to be monogamous? Have you asked her if she is only dating and having sex with you? As for the rest, pictures with others and how her vagina looks, that is pretty immature and silly stuff.View Thread
First eliminate age and medications from a possible issue. Have started new meds? Are you at an age when sexual issues typically begin? Do you have trouble ejaculating by masturbation, oral sex, anal sex, her manual stimulating you? Next you say you and your wife never had sex before marriage. Were you a virgin? If not did you have these issues with previous partners. Do you try various positions? Some positions allow her to put more of a grip on your penis. The issue of having kids and having pleasure can be separated if procreation is your main goal. That is not a difficult problem to resolve. If you could give us more information we can try to help.View Thread
Most people that need help, especially psychological help do not know or believe or are willing to admit they need help. You need help. You just have decided you are willing to live that way and screw your husbands desires. Actually don't screw them.
This is so typical of people with mental issues. You know how many people think they don't have a problem because they get drunk every night or people in mental institutions?View Thread
Discuss parameters before you start and have a safe word that means stop and stop right now that both of you agree will be strictly followed. Then go ahead and try to enjoy it. Some people reluctantly try something new and if they allow themselves end up enjoying it.View Thread
Not sure I want to get involved in this three year old thread but to answer your last question, no. Just because a bacteria exists in your digestive tract does not mean it might not be harmful in your mouth. It is however interesting to note how much more common anal play and anal penetration has become. Popularity has doubled and is rising fast especially among the young. So being careful to avoid possible illness is important. Many women told not to have anal, that it could harm them, it will hurt, they won't enjoy it, it is only for gay men, and other negative stereotypes do try it and find out they can enjoy it greatly, many even more than vaginal sex. It is following the same path as oral sex in becoming a regular part of sexual activity between couples. Many young people do not know that oral once had many of the same stigmas attached, and it was only a couple generations ago.View Thread
You would have to be more specific to get any real advice, anything based on what little you told us is irresponsible guess work. There is such a wide range of activities you might mean that range from common, to seek professional help that you need to tell us exactly what you mean.View Thread
Is this different than sex used to be, is/was with other partners?
Few women orgasm from intercourse on a regular basis, many never have. Most never feel a g-spot pleasure. Almost all nerve endings that send pleasure to the brain are located at the entrance of the vagina, not 4, 6, or 8 inches inside.
Having children and aging can also affect how much deep inside feeling you may get. The vagina adjusts to almost any size penis, but as we age or have children it may not get the job done as well, they even operate to correct those issues. Too much lube can be a factor.
But if you are looking for pleasure and an orgasm, it's at the opening and the clit that will get it done, not inside.
Try different positions and a dildo to experiment with different sensations in different parts of your body. Easiest to discover these issues during masturbation. Once you inkstand your body you can apply it to sex with your partner.View Thread
I would not recommend flavored body lotions. However, there are special flavored and scented liquids especially designed for use in that area, you might want to try one and see if it works for you. Debate over shaving completely remains alive and the trend today is trim instead of going "bald". Do men shave their pubic area? No matter the activity you can find someone who does it. But shaving pubic hair is fairly rare among men. Doesn't mean it might not be good for you.View Thread
My question for you would be is he giving you oral sex and satisfying you? Sounds like you want intercourse, but is that because he is making no attempt to pleasure you? Or do you just want intercourse.? It is rare for a man to only enjoy oral sex, most men prefer penetration. But every man is different and any one man can enjoy anything you might imagine and more. The key is both being satisfied and coming to a compromise that keeps you both happy about your sex life. Are you giving him too much oral sex? Is it more than he or you want? If it is then yes, if it isn't than no. Communicate and compromise.View Thread
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