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My girlfriend cheated on me days before our anniversary
Image My girlfriend and I have known each other for 7 years and we've been dating for 3 1/2. Since Iíve known her she has told me that she couldn't achieve an orgasm while having sex but she could orally. I must admit this put a damper in my self esteem and as time went on I began to want less and less of her because I felt like she was just performing a duty. Well, three days before our anniversary she told me that she cheated. It wasn't spontaneously, it was plotted , planned and executed betrayal. She also revealed to me that she had achieved an orgasm with this man. I have no idea what to do and I have no one who I fell comfortable enough with to tell the entire story to. MY WORLD HAS BEEN SHATTERED , PLEASE HELP !
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I'm 13 and my girlfriend wants to take things to the "next level"
Image Doctor please, thereís a girl I like so much, she is awesome but I want to take it to the next level of love which is you know sex. I am only 13. She has offered to give me bjs but my brother says I should wait. But I want to do everything but itís so hard because he is 19 and he has had sex many times. I just need to get some advice.
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I am having trouble getting aroused and having orgasms during sex
Image I am 25 years old and have been with my husband for 5 years. Our relationship is great except for the sex. I have never had an orgasm. I use to enjoy sex, but now I can't enjoy it. I use to be able to get wet on my own, and now we have to use a lubricant. My husband is not small down there, but I really don't have much feeling down there anymore. I use to be able to feel it, and now I can't. Itís frustrating. I have asked the doctor about it but they had no explanation. I really need some help, I want to have a good sex life. I am desperate for any advice you can give me.
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My wife has genital herpes and it's ruining our sex life
Image I am madly in love with a wonderful, beautiful woman. We have been together for three years, married for one. (We are in our late 30s). I am wildly romantic -- surprise picnics, good morning notes, playful and amorous. For the first 1 1/2 years of our relationship, my wife reciprocated. In fact, often, she initiated -- both the romance, the courtship, and the sexual relationship, which was delicious and hungry, but also deeply and soulfully connecting. It was amazing. Eighteen months ago, she was diagnosed with genital herpes. I do not have it -- absolutely, no how, no way. I have been tested multiple times with the most accurate tests available. And she has been faithful, absolutely, 100% -- though, as a woman in her late 30s, she's had a fair amount of sexual partners. Since the diagnosis, our sex life has gone from being extraordinary to confused to sad to erratic to divisive to virtually non-existent. She has frequent outbreaks, despite best efforts to control the health problem. She refuses to give or receive oral sex, in fear that one of us will contract the virus on our mouths as a result. She rarely accepts my advances, let alone initiates intimate relations. She says she is always having an outbreak or on the verge of having an outbreak, and doesn't believe there is much urgency to our sex life unless we can both "benefit." I am completely devastated. It's been weeks since we've been intimate at all. Recently, I was stunned when she began to touch me while we were watching a movie. But the touch was lackluster, disconnected, like she really wasn't present. Then it all became clear: she asked me if I could move my arm because she couldn't see the movie. No wonder her touch was lackluster. I asked her to please choose between touching me or watching the movie. She did. The movie continued to play. I am a good husband, a good man, and I can only guess that all of this is some sort of ongoing reaction to the medical condition. But I have no idea how to handle this, or how to remain connected to my wife. (It is true, incidentally; sex is a very powerful method of connection for men). I have tried giving her space and time, support and understanding. I have tried taking the initiative. I have tried deferring to her. Nothing seems to work. I feel emasculated, taken for granted, and like my wife finds me entirely undesirable. It is hard to let go of mourning the incredible sex life we once had. Any advice you might have for how to support my wife, reignite our sex life, etc., would be greatly appreciated. Perhaps someone out there has dealt with a similar situation in a productive way? I'd love to hear from you.
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Shaving pubic hair
Image When we had first time sex he asked me to shave or trim my pubic hair, I did for some time but then didnít want to any more. He asked again, and it sounded like a condition (I have to). I "expected" to get nice words once I do so, that he looks at me, tell me how much he appreciates, but he never did. So I felt unappreciated and unaccepted as I am, and didnít want any more (to shave), made me feel naked, felt even ugly, was ashamed to shower in gym ... and didnít let him look or touch me down there any more, like hiding. Sex only from back, slowly loosing my sex drive with him. Am I too conservative? Do I have to do it, even though it doesnít work for me? Why the hell are visuals so important. I am stuck there, and do not know how to continue.
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