Most men are between 5 -6" long and an average grith of 4.8". If you do the math, my 5,5" long cock at 5.75" grith has more size than a 6" cock with a grith of 4.8". Ifyou get hard and have an orgasm, enjoy it and don't worry about your size.View Thread
Couselling is a great start. My ex wife was abused by her father from the time she was 13 until she was 17 or even until she was 21. It may not have been as much abuse as she claimed because she never turned him down. She got over most of her past by talking about it often and was willing to do anything and everything sexual possible. This was an attempt to make sex fun and enjoyable as it should be.View Thread
Things are slowing down here but we have had great sexual experiences. Erections could last for hours and intercouse could go for long periods of time (20 minutes). My wife could have many orgasms during these sessions. Most of them occur when she stimulates herself. We have done things to keep our sex lifes new and exciting. We had never had a third person in the mix when it comes to intercourse but we have had a friend help out with his fingers and tongue. Great fun for the 3 of us. He did watch us have intercourse.View Thread
He is large. You might have him play with you more using 2 or 3 fingers. This will get you stretched out a little. Another ooption is to get a dildo the same size as your bf and work with it daily until it does not cause pain or discomfort.View Thread
I have had thick and thin. It doesn't seem to make a difference what I did or didn't do. It does seem like my cum is thinner the emore orgasms I have had. My wife sure likes the thinner cum when she gives me oral sex and swallows.View Thread
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