Vagisil wash is what I use with a face cloth, I can't use soap either on my genitals. It's Ph balanced and is for sensitive skin. I don't know what advise to give you regarding actually how tell her. Be gentle, for sure!View Thread
If she is having pain during intercourse, maybe you are thrusting too deep? She can be as wet as can be but if you hit the end of her vagina, where her cervix is located, it's extremely painful! That would turn anyone off, if you kept doing it over and over!View Thread
There is nothing you can do, unfortunately. Surgery would only give you an extra inch or so. Has she said she is not satisfied? Are you giving her tons of foreplay and oral? Most women do not orgasm from intercourse alone.View Thread
Most women do not orgasm from intercourse alone, we need foreplay and lots of it. Are you able to reach an orgasm by masturbating? Start there and, once you figure it out, show him how to do it.View Thread
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