As a lifelong aficionado of the female body, I've made kind of an informal study, and identified two basic types of pussies. Type 1 has relatively large outer labia, and smaller, or non-existant, inner labia. This type appears as a simple slit, and is characterized by a single cleft at the top. When you spread it open, you'll find her clit about an inch down from the top, and located down in the bottom of the trench, so to speak. It is completely surrounded by mucous membrane type skin. A Type 2 pussy has relatively smaller outer labia, and larger inner labia, which often extend out beyond the outer lips and have all kinds of interesting and sensuous folds. This type pussy is characterized by a double cleft at the top, formed by the clit hood showing between the outer labia. The clit hood is regular skin, rather than mucous membrane type skin. These clits are larger, and closer to the surface than Type 1s, and can rub against clothing, possibly causing arousal or spontaneous orgasm. I suspect the type of pussy a woman has is a genetic thing: if Mom was a Type 1, daughter will be a Type 1, but my study has not been able to verify this. Any comments from women about the accuracy of my study will be appreciated. View Thread
My wife never wanted to have sex during her period, although we did a few times in the beginning. The only reason is because of the mess - stained sheets, matress, etc. Also, it has a very different feel for the man - kind of sticky in there, instead of nice and slippery. We settled on oral sex during her period, and it's a nice variation to cum in her mouth or on her tits once or twice a month.View Thread
In my opinion you have to just do it. You can initiate sex. I would love it if my wife would initiate more often (one time would be more often, because she NEVER initiates). Also, you have to tell him what you want and how you want it. This is another thing my wife never does. The only feedback I get is if I ask if she likes whatever I'm doing, and she always says it feels good. That's it, conversation over. Sometime, you could say "Let's watch some porn tonight" and help pick out something to watch. Then when you see something on the screen that looks fun, suggest turning the TV off and trying it yourselves.View Thread
She has a pretty good bike seat, and wears regular biking shorts with built-in pads, etc. She does wear panties inside the shorts, which I think you're not supposed to do. Could this be the problem?View Thread
I disagree with the previous 2 responses, and agree with you that what you did was hot, and then you went home to have hot sex alone. Evidently, you didn't give a complete bj under the blanket when you were with your friends. But so what if you had? It's not like you were having sex with someone besides your husband. I think it's great to keep your relationship hot in this way, and to have such a close relationship with your couple friends that you can comfortably do this.View Thread
Anon_5539, Why not go down on him after he cums? If having him eat you out after cumming in you would be a big turn on for you, then sucking him while he is still covered with his own jism and your juices should be a turn on for you also. Doing this may get him going again, and will certainly give him the message that you want to continue after he is "done".View Thread
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