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  1. Protection was used, right after period, and is only two days late. I don't see how can you be pregnant with stats like this.

  2. Porn does include other people because there are actual human beings who are in those videos. So you do not see porn stars as human? You do not see those women you watch as real people? That is a really misogynistic take

  3. Your post has been automatically removed because it appears to be asking if some aspect of someone else's or your own sexuality or body is normal or not. We get a lot of questions here that are about really basic stuff that ought to be taught in schools but that unfortunately isn't. Variance is the norm in human sexuality. It's more meaningful to ask questions like: is this safe? Is this consensual? Is this mutually pleasurable? There are a lot of great resources for this, including scarleteen and go ask alice. You may also find relevant information with a search of /r/sex or in our FAQ. If you feel like your question is more complicated or will be a topic for thoughtful discussion, please message the moderators so that we can restore your post. I am a bot, and this action was performed automatically. Please contact the moderators of this subreddit if you have any questions or concerns.

  4. Being a male identified human and being attracted solely to male identified humans is the thing that constitutes gayness in this instance. You're a dude (I'm assuming) who likes butt stuff which is cool and good with lots of lube, consenting and caring sexual partners.

  5. 100% My shit has stopped working at times when its supposed to be flying high and mighty. I've lost several good relationships because they didn't give me the same release porn did, before I realised I had a problem

  6. Depends on her. Can’t know til it happens. Let her know when it’s about to happen so she can prepare. One doesn’t have to “know how to react”. Just experience and see what’s true from there.

  7. I'm in Belgium, but local hospitals have STD/STI Centres when you can get walk-in testing (there's usually a wait), and it's covered by state health services. I used them once or twice.

  8. I think you're right, you got a fissure from last week and it hasn't had time to completely heal. Sorry man I know that puts a damper on your sex life 🙁 But I'm not a doctor, and maybe you should see one.

  9. They do reduce the pleasure However they don't reduce the pleasure enough that I would try to pressure the other party to do something they don't want to do.

  10. To be honest I didn't expect such a complete answer. Many thanks. Really appreciate it. I'm just curious. I noticed that you offten reply in similar ways here to other kind of question. May I ask if you are a sexologist or something similar?

  11. Dude anyone who is telling you it’s weird is an asshole js. For the record, random outbursts of intense crying are really really normal during or after sex and happen to probably everyone. Men, women, people who have a lot of sex, people who don’t. It doesn’t really matter. Sexual acts cause all sort of hormonal spikes, all can trigger releases of emotion. You might not even be sad at all, have any kind of major stress, or anything pent up you need to release. Or maybe you do and it happened then. That’s fine. It’s the same with anything that causes a spike in adrenaline and hormones. Yes, throwing in some drinking probably contributed to it since alcohol lowers your ability to emotionally regulate. It can also make you more likely to cry or have intense emotions. Having been on the happy high of partying could have also made you more likely to have a strong emotional outburst. That’s fine. It’s normal. Honestly your gf probably doesn’t care. She might be a little thrown off and worried about you but if you talk to her it’ll be fine, just don’t shut her out or try and pretend that didn’t happen. It’ll probably happen to her sometime and who knows it could happen to you again. It’s nice that it happened when you were with an intimate partner- honestly it’s just a bond strengthening thing imo. Just talk about it. Making it forbidden to talk about is unhealthy and will cause you further issues. You seem like you care about your gf so don’t make it taboo in your relationship.

  12. Make him kneel in front of you, grab his hair, bring his face downstairs, make him sniff and kiss all around and beg for it, then when you’re feeling good and ready, face fuck him until you’re finished.

  13. Oof sounds like a bad match, and he needs to get control of himself. If it feels aggressive or uncomfortable for you at all, you have every right to say something and end the relationship if he can’t find common ground. I don’t understand why he can’t remember this. It’s not that hard.

  14. I’m so sorry for your past and current experience with this. I had an ex who was rough with anal and would continue to do it even though I would often cry afterwards. I learnt too late that if something makes you uncomfortable YOU DO NOT HAVE TO DO IT. It’s not a case of “if you loved them you would”, it’s case of “if it makes you uncomfortable/traumatised, it’s more than acceptable that it’s off the table” I think you might have to tell your partner that you have had traumatic experiences with that in the past (don’t have to go into detail) and that it retraumatises you when any act similar occurs now. The fact you were praying that it wouldn’t go further means you were uncomfortable, and your partner shouldn’t want you to be uncomfortable during sex. A considerate partner will enjoy sex more if you are enjoying it too. It’s also worth having the discussion that certain new sex acts should not be instigated during sex (there’s more pressure for you to agree and it’s kind of a form of manipulation) and that an outright no isn’t always consent I wish you all the best in navigating this, and I hope you continue to heal

  15. I had a guy that said that, or liked me to say I was his and that his cock was mine. He was an incredibly sweet bf and it was just a way to express that we’re exclusive with each other, that nobody else was getting that kind of attention.

  16. Post removed for violating sections of the restricted content policy 8) OPINION SEEKING, POLLS, VALUE JUDGMENTS OR VALIDATION POSTS. This forum is not for simply collecting opinions – “do you think [X] is hot?”, “Women, do you like [Y]?”, “What is your favorite sex position?” and so forth

  17. It’s not that I hated the truth, it’s just that the assault was still fresh in my mind and I just couldn’t open up about it

  18. You probably get overstimulated. And a lot of women can’t orgasm through penetration and need a lot more. So toys probably will help. Also adding a lot of foreplay in the beginning (a lot of making out/grabbing each other/ nipple play etc) before sex. Just take your time and experiment.

  19. Scared of a positive test result to derail you from having casual sex? You'd rather stay ignorant and risk potentially giving someone an STI? Dude get tested.

  20. Since you’re not primarily seeking advice here, please consider posting this in one of r/sex's Daily Sexual Achievement Threads. It would fit really well there. But as Posting Guideline #3 indicates, achievement/appreciation posts like this one get removed from the main forum.


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