hey gymrat! your desire to shoot a load in the doctor's office is more than likely a common theme of male fantasies. At least the way you've described the progression of events in this post! View Thread
back to tido's question - I am Mormon and I was wondering if it is it ok to masturbate. I think the key point here is is it ok as a Mormon to masturbate. Since I am not a Morman, I can't accurately answer this question from a religiously moral, acceptable standpoint. Are there any Mormans that can help our young friend should they want to stay true to their faith? As a non-morman I believe it is ok to masturbate and I engage often and enthusiastically. This is a personal choice and everyone must decide to participate on their own.
Tido - are you looking for this group's acceptance and guidance or the answer from a religious leader?View Thread
I'm going to with the obvious here. First focus on your wife's pleasure, slowly bring her to arousal and eventually orgasm with no stimulation to yourself. Do this a few times or over a few nights if needed. Refrain from orgasm as long as you can and as many nights as you can. the goal here is to have her enjoy intercourse more and you to be come more sensitive to sensation. good luck!View Thread
Huh, I didn't think about the cleansing function of pre-cum. I too thought it's primary purpose was lubrucation. Back to the original post about 'too much'. I don't think that too much is a bad thing. I personally produce more the more excited and turned on I get, and the more prolonged intercourse gets started. Especially the more I'm teased. I can flow what seems like buckets! I say enjoy it and try not to be self conscious about it!View Thread
Not overly large in the instrument area here and things stay in place. But I have to say that the shorter legs and snugger the crotch the less movement there is for me personally. I find that the material makes a difference. All cotton is just too loose for me and the movement kicks in. A cotton spandex blend gives movement but keeps me in place a lot better.View Thread
Well said! My wife and I have had more than a few sessions where we've orgasmed during self masturbation together and mutual masturbation, and one masturbating while the other assisted. It's all sexual interaction, enjoyable and healthy relationship building. It took my wife a few years before she was comfortable masturbating alone not to mention in front of me. I assured her I had been going at it since I was 12 and there was no reason why she shouldn't enjoy self pleasure as well. It was such a turn on to talk her through her first sessions that I had to restrain myself and focus on her cumming before I did. I was ready to explode by the time she did!View Thread
completely agree with you exprzzionz! SirJim - you need to find out - carefully and delicately - what your wife didn't like about the experience. It's rather obvious that she enjoyed it physically, and so did you which is great! My wife and I have similar expeiences with many many toys, but it took her a while to be comfortable with enjoying them - emotionally. She had this idea that deriving pleasure from an object was wrong. through many sessions and many different toys, we've learned what each other enjoys a lot and not so much. I would ask her to use the vibrator on your body - penis, nipples, whatever your comfortable with, allow yourself to enjoy it, be clear in telling her what feels good and what doesn't. Get off and encourage her to orgasm too while she's working you over. Key point is to go at the speed you're both comfortable with and enjoy the experimentation. Have fun!View Thread
You are a good and faithful man! Most men would not have that level of commitment to their wife. I commend you for staying true to your marriage and your memories. I wish you the best and want you to know that you are a rare breed these days my friend. Many blessings to you both!View Thread
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