Hello 53 yr old. I am 51 and with HBP, I need to take meds that make for a struggle to maintain an erection through the whole intimate encounter. I started with Cialis but experienced so many throbbing headaches. I talked to a nutritionist and she recommended L-Citrulline, a powdery amino acid. It works wonders. I take 3/4 of a teaspoon mid-morning and mid-afternoon and it gives me incredible erections and huge amounts of cum. The amino acid is the same as produced by the testes. You should give it a try. So much cheaper than ED meds! You can get it at a good vitamin store I'm sure.View Thread
I was the one who started this thread years ago and am intrigued by the varied responses and comments. I guess this situation is much more common than I thought. I frequent a legitimate massage therapy clinic, not a 'known' happy ending locale. I am amazed at how many times the female therapists ask if they can massage me without the sheet. I have had 3 occasions where I received a great finish from two specific therapists. Patience pays off in this case. I never was inappropriate and received more than the massage. By tipping really well, I got a repeat 'massage', so that tells both of us that it was appreciated. I hope you women get your 'finish' as well, all those who are hoping for more 'hands-on' experiences.View Thread
Hi Anonymous, yes i do. I still go to the female massage therapist and she continues to tease the same way. In conversation, I hint, but she remains very professional. However, she does the same routine every visit...grazes the penis, fingers up my ass cheek crack. She no longer uses a sheet to cover me. She has me turn over nude then takes her time giving me a towel to cover myself. By that time I'm very erect and she simply smiles and begins the torture again. I believe she's waiting for me to make first move. Twice now she's climbed on the table straddling me around the knees massaging and smiling. It's driving me crazy. I wish she'd just grab me and we can move forward...View Thread
Lost, maybe you should try a combinatrion of things. Maybe masturbate a few hours before the nights you have sex, which may help with the premature ejacuation. I use a powder called L-cittruline to keep my penis firmer and long lasting. I take it for my high blood pressure, but it's harmless for most. Look it up. You can get it at a health food store or online, just make sure it's from a reputable place. I mix about 2/3 tsp in juice cause it tastes like cum, it actually is the protein. So, juice works better than water. Take it mid-morning and mid-afternoon anfd about 30 mins before sexaul activity. See if that helps.View Thread
Consider yourself special! That is a trait practically every male would love their partners to display. Squirting is erotic and very very sexy. You are blessed and so is your partner. Enjoy and watch the excitement together for more intimacy.View Thread
Start your lovemaking in the shower together, enjoy oral sex on each other and then perhaps use a condom if she feels the odor is coming from your deposits inside her. Otherwise, maybe mutual masturbation would be a fun exercise...View Thread
Oh the attention is more than welcome. I wish she would get more adventurous, but I understand the caution here, not to initiate anything myself. I tip extremely well afterwards and it always seems to get more exploring and intense on the next visit. I truly wish she would take that next step now. After an intense rub-down, I could use the release.View Thread
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