My wife has agreed lately for us to have intercourse for 1 minute. I'm not gonna be able to participate in that since I'll end up raping her--it's not a good situation. We were all alone in a hotel 8 months ago in Chicago & I brought out the lube & condoms. The wife actually proceeded to stroke my cock for about 40 minutes but the whole time she was doing it she was very condescending towards me in conversation & I wasn't able to keep it up. Afterwards I told her she needs to at least "act" like she wants to jerk me or something but not put me down...she understood & we have not done anything ever since. My wife has issues & I have the testosterone of a 20 something. It may be happy ending time for me.although that doesn't solve my issues at home.View Thread
Yes. Over the years prior to marriage there were some issues with my pkg being large & in charge. The women just couldn't handle it especially since I went for hours. I'm not jacking off till I get close....as far as something creative are you suggesting visiting a whore? That's about the size of it. Maybe I should get a happy ending at one of the many massage parlors here & then go at it with my wife,,,,View Thread
It tells us that the wife isn't giving it up due to my being able to go for hours. She can only handle it for 5 minutes. I'm not having any sex due to this "condition" & haven't been for the last 4 years.View Thread
No I haven't. I've had this situation for the last 30 years. I'll admit, I am a bit rough with the wiener & your suggestion has merit. I'll have to try this out & re-post the results at some point. Could be months at this rate. She lost her libido 4-5 years ago & now is going through menopause & finds sex repulsive. I now wish I would have married a women 5-8 years younger. Any suggestions for this scenario?View Thread
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