You with your husband? A lot of places will let the man be in a room by himself AND give some aids. A sexy film, mag., or publishcations. If you have to get another sample, ask for some aids. PAView Thread
You didn't say how old you are. The older we men get the more time it takes for the "second" go around. Don't get up tight about it. your parter may want to use a vaginal lub for the 2 time paView Thread
I am a male. Was in a large public rest room. Many walls, stalls and urinals. I thought I was the only person there. Using a urinal (and did I have to go) I heard some one behind me. It was a female voice. She was a cleaning lady and was moping the floor. After a while she said "I could come back". I said no need now. She said ok. Did not bother me and why should it.View Thread
Hi: Your week long masturbation probably does not contribute to the PreME. It should slow it to some degree. I would suggust that you talk to your health provider AND look into a cream that makes the penis less sentive. Good luck P.A.View Thread
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