I never have had this talk with my wife. I am a bit jealous and I know she was a little wild for a while, so I decided I would be better off never knowing her complete history. Personally I have been with around 10 other women. No real one night stands. Even after being together over 20 years I still do not want to know her history.
As far as the experimentation with other men, well that is a personal choice. He was honest with you and told you everything you wanted to know. Now you are second guessing his answers. I would say at this point if you are happy with him, forget his past. Sounds like he was adventurous and fun loving.
I would say it is probably better off not to even ask. Especially if there are answers that you won't like. If you are going to base whether or not you love someone on their sexual history, then maybe you should ask. But otherwise I don't think it can do any good to know.View Thread
She says you are satisfying her, but is she having orgasms? The majority of women do not have orgasms during intercourse. Except for one woman, all the rest of required either manual stimulation, a vibrator or Oral to orgasm. The one that could have an orgasm during intercourse had to be on top and she basically rubbed her clitoris on my pelvis while I was inside of her.
Many women find intercourse satisfying and some that have never had an orgasm do not realize what they are missing.
I suggest you go online and purchase a small vibrator and some lube. And surprise her with it. Gently use it on her until she climaxes and then have intercourse.View Thread
Obviously there is a huge market for Lube or there wouldn't be so many varieties and so much available. My wife and I have pretty much always used lubricant. It is just a part of our love making routine, and it makes things a lot more pleasurable.View Thread
Sounds like a basic boil. You probably need to see a Doctor and get some antibotics to clear it up. It could stay around for quite some time otherwise. And if the original one is gone but others have popped up, then it has spread.View Thread
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