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#13161
Quote by captaincrunk
those symptoms fit a ton of possibilities but irritation is by far the most likely. water based lubricants are usually the safest but silicone based lubricants are really cool. they don't work with condoms but you guys aren't using those anyway. still, most people recommend water based. it's also less messy if you ask me

This basically. Thrush is pretty horrific looking tbh and the itchyness is all pervasive until it's treated (use natural yoghurt in a pinch) . let us know how you get on
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#13162
Yeah, we actually got a ton of lube, but we just use it with condoms. Go figure. Well i guess we'll try it. She also booked an apointment with her obgyn, and hopefully this will get sorted out sometime this year...
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#13163
I could use some advice here.

I met someone online and we haven't met yet, but we have made plans for the middle of next week. I don't know what will come of it, but as of now, it seems to be mainly a casual sex sort of thing: I know that is why she joined the site, and that is sort of why we started talking. The problem that I'm having is that she is supppper into sending pictures. She has sent me about three nudes so far and this is freaking great except for the fact that she wants pictures in return and I have noooo clue what to send her D:

Of course I haven't left her hanging, but its been super clumsy because it takes me forever to reply since I don't have any saved up. I have enough sense to stay away from dick pics but what types of pictures do girls expect in return? She seems to be into what i'm sending her but I'm running out of ideas. Help!

I'll take any advice I can get, but I would really like to hear from any women that happen to be reading this.

EDIT

I should specify: I'm not looking for specifics here (ideally, those would come as I get to know her), just general tips and opinions.

****ING EDIT

This whole thing is a giant cluster****. I'm super tired right now and after thinking about it for the past ten minutes or so, I realized that posting here is basically pointless because I know what I have to do, its just that my brain is useless right now and it felt for a second like this situation was a bigger deal than It was.

I'll still welcome any advice, but otherwise I'm really ok with things haha thanks anyway.
Last edited by superunknown at Sep 12, 2015,
#13164
Quote by superunknown
I have enough sense to stay away from dick pics

I'm not sure I follow...
"If you want beef, then bring the ruckus." - Marilyn Monroe
#13166
They make excellent personalised Christmas cards.

But seriously: as fun as communicating with pictures of your genitals can be, it is also effective (moreso, if anything) to communicate with words. I don't mean that to be patronising.

Have you asked what she would like? Why would anyone on here know what she's into/wants to see more than she does? You can even dress it up a little when you ask, doesn't have to be "what body part do you want next/what's going up my bum now?"
"If you want beef, then bring the ruckus." - Marilyn Monroe
Last edited by USCENDONE BENE at Sep 12, 2015,
#13167
I did actually hahah

I asked and then sent one that I had just taken. I never got a response, but it was super late at the time and the message never came up as "read" (kik) so I'm willing to bet she just fell asleep.

But yeah we have a good four days until we are meeting so if we are going to be doing this the entire time...that is kind of why I'm looking for advice.

EDIT

OK maybe some context is needed: its been a really really long day. I've been up for 22 hours and I'm operating on three hours of sleep as is. That said, I just realized that my original post is basically useless. I knew what I had to do but my brain isn't working right now and it seemed like a much bigger deal than it actually is. I'm so sorry

I mean if anyone has any advice I'll still welcome it because - like i said -I'm new to this, but I'm not freaking out.
Last edited by superunknown at Sep 12, 2015,
#13168
I need some advice from you knowledgeable guys and gals. Just got into a relationship, and we have had sex. The problem is I don't cum. Hour and a half, yet nothing. Had another go this morning, but still no go. Last time I was in a relationship and had sex, that wasn't a problem. But back then we never used a condom, and now I am. Could a condom really kill that much sensitivity? Or could it just be nerves?
#13169
Quote by Johnnysd
I need some advice from you knowledgeable guys and gals. Just got into a relationship, and we have had sex. The problem is I don't cum. Hour and a half, yet nothing. Had another go this morning, but still no go. Last time I was in a relationship and had sex, that wasn't a problem. But back then we never used a condom, and now I am. Could a condom really kill that much sensitivity? Or could it just be nerves?

blowjobs at all? and you don't really need much sensitivity to come, or at least most won't. For example, I bet it "feels" better than masturbation, right? So it's probably nerves
#13170
Quote by Johnnysd
I need some advice from you knowledgeable guys and gals. Just got into a relationship, and we have had sex. The problem is I don't cum. Hour and a half, yet nothing. Had another go this morning, but still no go. Last time I was in a relationship and had sex, that wasn't a problem. But back then we never used a condom, and now I am. Could a condom really kill that much sensitivity? Or could it just be nerves?


prepare for a barrage of questions:

1. how long have you been having sex with this partner?

2. how long have you been sexually active, and how many sexual partners have you had prior to this one?

3. how old are you?

4. is it only an issue of not being able to cum, or are you not able to stay hard?


I actually went through a similar problem a while back, and to a certain extent, still experience it. I'm just trying to get as clear a picture as possible so I can see if there are any parallels
#13171
Also maybe porn has something to do with it? Notice any difficulties in ejaculating to porn you would normally do it easily to? That's in between when you had your first partner and this new one.
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#13172
Not sure if this thread is still active but I need some advice and not sure where to go.

So, I've just started seeing this guy. He's fab and we get on great. I really enjoy his company and I feel like we have a lot in common. HOWEVER, things are not going well in the ole bedroom department. For want of a more elegant term, he really struggles to 'keep it up'. Every time we've attempted anything sexual, he gets hard but as soon as I go to do anything (touch it, give him a blowjob, have sex) he immediately loses his erection. And that's it. Every time it's happened he's been pretty nonchalant and had some excuse (dehydrated, needed the toilet etc.). I'm not sure whether or not to broach the subject with him and ask what's going on, and I also don't know what to do to help him. Every guy I've been with has had no problem with getting and keeping it up whatsoever. So I feel a bit lost.

Obviously it's not making me feel that great but I know it's not about me and probably isn't a reflection of how attractive he finds me. Things between us are still in very early stages right now so I don't feel that confident asking him outright as I know it is probably quite a sensitive issue. I'm just not sure how to get around it. It's frustrating because he's a great guy and I think we have some potential but I can't deny that sex is an important part of a relationship and right now it's pretty dire.

Any advice?
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When Im breathless I'll run till I drop
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Im just a fool waiting on the wrong block.
#13173
Quote by GeeGar
Not sure if this thread is still active but I need some advice and not sure where to go.

So, I've just started seeing this guy. He's fab and we get on great. I really enjoy his company and I feel like we have a lot in common. HOWEVER, things are not going well in the ole bedroom department. For want of a more elegant term, he really struggles to 'keep it up'. Every time we've attempted anything sexual, he gets hard but as soon as I go to do anything (touch it, give him a blowjob, have sex) he immediately loses his erection. And that's it. Every time it's happened he's been pretty nonchalant and had some excuse (dehydrated, needed the toilet etc.). I'm not sure whether or not to broach the subject with him and ask what's going on, and I also don't know what to do to help him. Every guy I've been with has had no problem with getting and keeping it up whatsoever. So I feel a bit lost.

Obviously it's not making me feel that great but I know it's not about me and probably isn't a reflection of how attractive he finds me. Things between us are still in very early stages right now so I don't feel that confident asking him outright as I know it is probably quite a sensitive issue. I'm just not sure how to get around it. It's frustrating because he's a great guy and I think we have some potential but I can't deny that sex is an important part of a relationship and right now it's pretty dire.

Any advice?

Sounds like he's nervous? Maybe an ex girlfriend was particularly scathing about him not being able to keep it up for long and thats just made the problem worse?

Does he at least pleasure you? If not, maybe putting the focus more onto you that will ease some pressure on him and maybe he'll be able to keep it up.
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