I attempted to read your boo-hoo,woe is me post. my wife also died. Get some Viagra and some guts-get back out there and enjoy life. If you meet a lady and want to make her your wife. Protect your self with a will. When you marry another wife she trumps your kidsView Thread
I was self prescribed an anti depressant and it killed my want or need for an erection. During this hell, my brain stopped my erections, but it couldn't stop my body from producing ejaculation. Although my penis was limp I still masturbated and could cum. It felt good to my body but I didn't feel like a human and I would have never entertained an actual action of sexual intercourse where the ability to penetrate would require an erection. I stopped cold turkey--it takes a while for your penis to become what it was before, but it doesView Thread
when I was a 23 year old guy and I would masturbate on a daily basis (4-5 times a day). masturbation can not lead to any adverse effect on health. All masturbation is normal ? masturbation is a common habit of both sexesView Thread
your pain in your ball should be checked out by a doctor. make sure you are doing a self examine of your testicles. we aren't promised breath, or a morning erection a morning erection is nice, but not guaranteed if you need to be erect in the morning, caress your penis until it gets erect.View Thread
I awaited my pubes with such excitement and when they appeared, I could have never thought that I would shave them off. However, I do. I keep my pubes, penis and balls free from hair. It not only looks better, it feels betterView Thread
I couldn't have asked for a better father. Nudity for me and my father was just normal. For either one of us to be naked was never an issue. My father has a penis, as do I. My father played sports and so did I, so being naked around other males was common place. However, the conversation of sex was never mentioned. My father and I never, ever discussed any thing that related to sex.View Thread
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