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no kiss for swallowing
My girlfriend went down on me the other day and when it came time for me to ejaculate, she swallowed it in a very erotic way by letting some stay in her mouth and swallowing the rest. Anyway, after she was done, she tried to kiss me on the lips and although most women don't know this, many guys aren't big fans of tasting their own semen. What is a polite way to tell her that I don't like to kiss on the lips after she swallows?
This may come as a surprise to you (no pun intended), but many men do enjoy the taste of their own ejaculate and have no problem kissing their partner after they're done performing one of the most flattering acts known to man.
Nevertheless, if you're disgusted by the taste, then all you have to do is be honest with her and tell her that you're not a big fan of the taste of your own semen, but make sure to come back and say something clever like, "but I certainly enjoy the taste of your juices." That way, she won't feel as bad.
In order to ensure that she doesn't develop an abhorrence for swallowing due to your own, start off by telling her how much you appreciate that she does it and describe how incredible the feeling is for you. Don't make any disgusted faces or describe your semen in a negative way, just tell her that you personally don't like the flavor. After all, they say it is an acquired taste.
condom always comes off
My wife and I had sex this morning, and when I pulled out my penis, the condom slipped off. I think that because I am not circumcised, sometimes the rubber gets loose when the skin is pulled back from the head of my penis.
Please tell us how to solve this problem, my wife tried to pull the condom out with her fingers, but she couldn't get it.
Thank you, we really need your urgent help.
A condom provides the same protection for an uncircumcised penis than it does for a circumcised one. And although I know you'd like nothing more than to lay with your woman with your penis softening up inside of her after you've ejaculated, you simply cannot afford that luxury.
When you're done ejaculating, pull your penis out right away while it's still somewhat erect and the purpose of the condom will be served. It's not because you're not circumcised that it comes off, it's because your penis is becoming flaccid.
ejaculating too often?
I am in my mid-'40s and have been happily married for over 15 years. My wife and I have a great sex life. In fact, we have had sex nearly every night for the past 15 years (mind you it is vaginal or oral, depending on whether she has her period of course). I was wondering; is there such a thing as too much sex? Could this in any way be bad for my health, possibly bad for my prostate or testicles?
Indulging in sex with your wife every night for the last 15 years is a wonderful thing and so long as you feel great doing it, then keep on doing what you're doing. The fact that you're "draining" your testicles constantly and making way for new "batches" of sperm and semen is a great thing, not a bad thing.
Enjoy your rich sex life and keep in mind that there are plenty of men who wish that they were in your boat.