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  1. This post breaks rule 5 and has been removed. Posts should seek specific, actionable advice about your personal sex life.

  2. But the recent boyfriend could’ve also realised what they were and it carried on watching. He did choose to watch them all by the looks of things 😕

  3. Turn your ex in to the police, they take this very seriously. My friend who is a police officer brought a guy up on charges for posting a picture of his exes chest without her consent. You need to keep this guy from ruining your next relationship and the next one and the one after that.

  4. Exactly this. Just this one paragraph makes a lot of sense as to why he's been off put by the videos, and why the sexual balance has changed. You should go see a lawyer. That's the least and the most you can do I guess.

  5. I highly recommend finding a sex therapist. My friend recently started going to one with her boyfriend after insecurities snuck into their sex life and she said it helped immensely! Seriously consider doing this because I think it might be the only healthy way to save your sex life right now.

  6. You’re going to find some men prefer the weight and others may not. Everyone has different tastes. I happen to enjoy a little extra weight packed on.

  7. I love it but not forcing her head down. If it happens it's not gross. Sex can be messy. She is using her hands and in control. If she makes herself start gagging it makes sloppy spit.

  8. “Do whatever you want to me” usually means be dominant and do rough stuff. I sometimes cuddle with my hookup or fwb after the sex and it’s fine. I just wouldn’t do it in that moment after she says do whatever you want to me.

  9. Step 1: stop calling it dry nursing Step 2: ask it straight up, maybe guide him if you something more to be done Step 3: success

  10. I know that may seem somewhat selfish. It doesn't seem selfish, it seems like it's coming from patriarchal ideals of sexuality. These focus on the penis as the source of all pleasure, or on the ability to “make a woman come” as a measure of masculinity. That's probably what's making you feel like your worth is somehow tied to performing sex in a particular way. It is not. Naturally, we are all affected by these things, and it's not necessarily easy to change your feelings. But try to work on shifting your thinking – your ego can alternatively be tied to different ideals of “performing well” in bed. Like being able to please your partner in the ways that fit her body, or being a sexual partner that is seen as generous and supportive etc. Your partner feels comfortable discussing her desires with you, she feels comfortable experimenting in bed with you, and you (hopefully) will feel comfortable trying toys in bed to give her pleasure. These things, to me, should be points of pride. Also, no human can do what some toys do, and toys alone cannot provide the sensation of sex with another person. They are not mutually-exclusive, they work well together.

  11. You ask them to read it and tell them it is important to you. Check in now and then to see now it's going. Ask questions about where they are. Be engaged with their journey of the book. Discuss what part they are reading every so often.

  12. Just like others have said; every woman is different. And since I've never personally talked to other women about this, I only have my own experience to share. I am in a relationship now where my husband doesn't last long. Sometimes he only last seconds, sometime more. But lets go back in time before I tell you how I feel about this. I have been with other men before that didn't last long. One in particular also only lasted seconds. I ended up finding myself incredibly sexually frustrated! I was horny all the time, because I was never satisfied. Ever! It was just build up after build up but never a release! He just came, went to the bathroom straight away and went to sleep when he came back to bed… Every time! That relationship lasted for a very long 6 months! Now fast forward till today. I'm now in a 4.5 year relationship with a man that last just a short as the person I just described. But I'm not horny all the time, because I'm now sexually satisfied. He takes care of me during sex. When he is about to cum he pulls out and use his fingers or tongue, and then back in again. Sometimes he even grabs a toy to use on me. But he never ever just stop and leave me to myself! I didn't tell him to do all that. He just does. So what works for me is that I trust him to take care of me. Someone else mentioned that a build-up will just go away when the guy stop and pull out, and you have to start that build-up all over again. That's what I experience too! BUT since I trust my husband will continue to satisfy me right away with fingers/tongue/toys, I am able to hold a build-up fairly well now, and long enough to not just have to start it over. So truly it comes down to trust. So don't be afraid that you don't last long. Be afraid if you just stop! Sexual satisfaction is not just from penis. Use what else you got.

  13. Maybe it’s my autism talking but I really don’t understand how people can bait and switch their partners. It’s a partnership i a can appreciate not liking an act but you know do it every once in awhile for a partner who likes it not like an obligation but more like ok he would likes this I want to make him happy. I think people need to be a lot more honest about their boundaries I get oral isn’t for everyone but discuss before you commit to that person.

  14. My past partners and I, depending on position of course, used to hold hands, romantic plus the tightness of their grip let me know when I was doing a really good job.

  15. 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.

  16. piggybacking on this, focusing on what feels good helps a lot more than trying to force yourself to orgasm. it’s made a huge difference for me

  17. So under 6 months, 2 sti's, one incurable and you are so having unprotected sex like mad? You dumb boy. Are you taking any measures to not have kids? Please do not procreate, ever.

  18. Yes, it sounds totally normal. He probably got in his head, and that’s an erection killer, as is anxiety. Don’t stress it out, and especially don’t share nervousness with him on the matter, it will only make it easier for it to happen again. If he mentions it, reassure him; if he doesn’t, don’t mention it either.


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