Hey guys, i`m 18 and I was wounding what it means if a Girl says your hurting her in a good way during sex, my last gf and I had sex almost everyday, sometimes 2x a day maybe 3x if she wanted to, and there were points when she would say " Your hurting me but in a good way " and I don't understand what she means by that, you see I have a above average sized penis (8.9-9.1 inches) and sometimes she likes to lay on her stomach and do it like that, but she says "don't go all the way in because your to long", now me being a loving bf didn't have a problem with that and did as she asked, I also heard her ask me to take breaks during sex because she could not handle it anymore, and topically she finishes before I do, I don't understand what she meant when she said those thing and I`m looking for a answerView Thread
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