Go on-line and find ways to spice up your sex life. The both of you may find several different things that will excite both of you. Don't discount any of them until you try them. They have helped us.View Thread
Not only do you need to practice, you need to practice on something that is as big or bigger than your bf. You might try practicing on a cucumber or zucchini. Bananas might be too small but a long one can help controlling your gag reflex.View Thread
Being in my mid-60's, I am finding that I am becoming more visual. My wife is 62 but has a body of a 42 year old. I love to look at her whenever she is undressed. She has 34DDDs that don't sag anyore than they did when she was 42. She has shown them off in the past but think that she needs to act her age. (whatever that means).View Thread
I went through a similar situaion back then. It lasted for about 10 years. Your situation as far as I am concerned is normal. It could be what they call "The Mid-life Crisis". Enjoy it while it lasts. I my situation, I have gone from needing sex at least once a day to needed visual stimulation very often. It is a different visual stimulation. It is almost non-sexual. I just enjoy the beauty of a nude woman. My wife provides some of my needs when she goes topless with her 34Fs. I guess the older we get, our needs and desires will change.View Thread
She will see a doctor anywhere from once a year to 4 times a year depending if she feels ill or not. A full 10 minute breast exam takes place every time. I don't have a problem with it and thanks to HairyD for his input.View Thread
It seems like my wife gets a breast exam every time she goes to the doctor's office. Is this normal? She does have natural 34DDDs and they are beautiful. I was wondering if her breast size was an attraction to the male doctors who just want to see and feel them. I have no problem with her getting a breast exam every time. I was just wondering if other women/wives get a TUBE?View Thread
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