Dfrom and Nohard, Thanks for your comments and suggestions. I don't want to hijack this thread with my problem. The original poster has a concern regarding her excessive moisture. That is a good problem. I just want to say it was so great when I could enter my wife and orgasm inside. I seemed to fit just right. I miss those days. You guys know it, the feeling of a woman's wetness and natural lubrication provides so much pleasure. I miss those days with my wife but as I said, there other things. But even those cause me some anxiety. I have a difficult time letting go when my wife is performing oral on me. I don't want to hurt her. Oh well, maybe in time I'll get comfortable with the idea.View Thread
I think it is really great that you do this. Although it may not be correct to ask but have you gone thru menopause? My wife and I are in our mid 50's and we cant have intercourse because she is so dry it hurts her. Menopause really put the damper on this part of our sex life. We cant use lube because it irritates her too. Oh well, there are other things we do instead. All I can say for you is to enjoy this extra "benefit" of intimacy. From a mans perspective, it would be highly arousing if my wife did this.View Thread
I know this may sound a bit weird but does it really matter how much semen is released during ejaculation? I could understand if a couple is trying to conceive the more the better chances are. However, if preventing conception is important or a couple is past child bearing years, does it matter? Are women aroused by the amount of semen? Does it mean it was a better love making session due to the amount of semen? Do women feel they are responsible for the amount of semen released? Sorry but we have been married for 36 years and could not ask my wife this question. I guess thankfully I don't release a lot. My wife is not too keen about clean up afterwards and I try to avoid getting it on her. Sorry if that is too graphic.View Thread
I used to like doggy until about 10 years ago when my wife asked me why "that is all I ever want to do". That isn't the case since we have used variety for all of life. Her comment had a profound effect and we haven't done doggy at all since. Who says the biggest sex organ isn't the brain. I guess it goes back to what ever she likes is good for me. Not real creative but it helps avoid those awkward moments when you discover someone has been doing something they don't really like. I don't like those moments. I feel weird, embarrassed, creepy and ashamed when they happen.View Thread
Have you thought of a vasectomy? I dont know if it would solve her "gross" opinion of semen but it may allow you to rogasm outside of your clothes. The thought of what you have to do is disturbing and counseling is needed, not an option. I am not a therapist but there is an issue in your marriage that needs to be resolved. My thoughts and prayers go out to you and your wife. Seriously. Sex is supposed to have complete physical intimacy. You folks are short changing each other with this denial of pleasure.View Thread
Georgiagirl, thanks for your comments. I may sound a bit naive especially after 35 years of marriage. I just didnt know that women liked semen. I am still not sure about my wife. We are well past child bearing times, so cumming her inside does nothing. We are not making babies. I have a difficult time cumming anywhere else in her or on her. I need to expand my zone. lolView Thread
From a guys perspective, I use to like doggie alot. Then, one time about 15 years ago my wife made a negative comment about it. She asked why I liked it so much and that we did it too much. I said okay and havent done it since. There have been times since when she has asked if I wanted to do doggie but I instantly went soft. Her negative comment has had a profound affect on this. In regards to oral, I could care either way if I receive it as it seems to be a chore with her. She has never swallowed in our 35 years of marriage. I dont ask and she doesnt offer. However, I really like to please her that way. That is all that matters to me. If she is pleased, so am I. That is my secret to a happy marriage and healthy sex lifeView Thread
I am just the opposite; I stay in. I have thought about finishing somewhere else but dont know what my wife may think. There have been times when she is giving me oral when I think she may want me to come in her mouth. I just dont think I can and stop her. I guess a question I have for the ladies viewing this thread, how do women feel about semen? Do you like it? Do you like your guy to let go in other places, stomach, breasts, mouth, etc? Would you be disappointed if he had a dry orgasms instead, i.e. no semen comes out? Just askingView Thread
Thanks fro your response and comment. I guess I am quite naive in regards to sex Maybe my wife and I are vanilla and need to spice things up a notch. I never thought I would learn so much about sex thru this website.View Thread
I am curious but never had the guts to ask any woman including my wife. Does a large ejaculation really mean that much? Do woman like the sight of an ejaculation ? Does it turn them on? Do they like to do things with it; play with it, taste it, etc. I am sorry for being so graphic with my questions. I guess in 35 years of marriage I have always been kind of reserved in where I ejaculate. If it is not inside her vagina, then it is not on her. I have never ejaculated anywhere else. She has never asked me to. I am beginning to wonder if there is something weird about me. Oh wellView Thread
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