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How do I get my girlfriend to change the way she gives me oral sex? Don't get me wrong she's the best ever, but she can be even better. I have shown her a few pornographic films and pointed out the good oral sex, but I don't think she got the hint. What should I do?
Tell her that you want to devote a lovemaking session to pleasing her and discovering what makes her tick. Put on a smooth CD, give her a massage, and do your thing. Tell her that you'd love a few specific instructions when you're going down on her, as well as when you're having intercourse, such as the pressure, pace, angle, motion, etc., so that you can maximize her pleasure.
After this evening comes to an end and you have made her the most sexually satisfied woman in town, she may just want to reciprocate. If not, you can suggest that you'd love to be on the receiving end of this type of attention next time. That's when you'll get the opportunity to give her directions.
Can sexual incompatibility be overlooked in a relationship? Can a couple then still maintain a healthy relationship? I find myself sexually frustrated because of my partner's lack of desire. I'm 30 and he's only 32, but he only wants sex once per week. I spoke with him about it, and he said that he will try harder; that was a year ago and I'm still crying myself to sleep sometimes. Please help. I love him very much, he's the sweetest, most caring, and unselfish man I have ever met. But I am truly dissatisfied in the bedroom.
I believe that sexual compatibility is just as important as love and trust within any relationship, and you seem to agree, or you wouldn't be crying yourself to sleep at night. Not only do you feel dissatisfied, you may also be feeling that there is something wrong with you and that's why he doesn't want to have sex with you more often. It probably has nothing to do with you, and more to do with your sexual incompatibility. At least you spoke to him about the issue.
I understand that there are qualities about him that you cherish, such as his caring and giving attitude, and that you have been together for a long time, but if you're crying yourself to sleep at night, this is a clear sign that these characteristics aren't enough to make you feel truly happy and fulfilled within the relationship.
Furthermore, he probably feels badly that you are so unhappy. You've given him over a year to try and come to some mutually fulfilling solution and it's clearly not happening, so, I would advise you to reconsider remaining in this relationship and seek out more suitable partners for yourselves so that you can both be happy.
My question is this: If you have a lot of sex and masturbate often, does the need to produce testosterone in the testicles decrease the amount of testosterone used to build muscle? In other words, if you ejaculate often, will it decrease the amount of muscle a guy would otherwise be capable of producing?
Testosterone is a hormone that is necessary for muscle growth; but regular sexual activity will not significantly reduce the amount of testosterone needed to build muscle. There is enough to go around.