My partner is 60 pounds heavier than I am, but I love her just the way she is. I don't love her for what she looks like. She is beautiful, to me, in all senses of the word. Regarding intimacy, it doesn't restrict us in anyway.View Thread
I can understand why he want to ejaculate without a condom. As a man, a condom cuts a LOT of the sensation.
If you really want an idea of the difference to a man, put on a latex glove and rub your hand, then rub your hand without the glove on.
As long as you are sure he is clear of STDs and you are on the pill (and not skipping doses) there shouldn't be a problem. You will, however, need to be very sure your partner is faithful or there will always be a definite risk of STDs.View Thread
Your penis size is average. I wouldn't worry about it. Technique is what counts FAR more.
I also have small testicles, but as long as they work (You get erections, can ejaculate) that is all that counts. Besides large testicles just get in the way.
I'd rather have an average penis and small testicles than the other way round. I'm sure you (and most men on the board) will agree with me.
If you really are worried about it, go and see your doctor. It won't do any harm and will put your mind at ease. I'm sure (he or she) will tell you what everyone is telling you on the forum.View Thread
The OP ruled out men from her own circle of friends. I think that is a mistake. They're your friends for a reason. You get on with them !
My fiancé was my best friend for 13 years before we realised how stupid we were being and decided to take our friendship to the next level. I've never been happier
BTW As a man I'm all for men being raised to value women. Can you imagine how much less rapes and domestic violence there would be ! I really wish parents would drill those values into boys from a young age. My parents did that with me.View Thread
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