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By anne - / Thursday 7 January 2016 12:00 / Germany
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By  PANDORUM89  |  21

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By  fxmd  |  17

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  riddle143  |  15

#3 I learned this a long time ago. What other people do in the bedroom is their business. Doesn't affect me. Not my place to criticize. Would I ever lick a partners asshole? Probably not. Does that fact change the fact that OP's husband would. Nope. Live and let live. You get along a lot better that way.

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  tarlax  |  11

"It's to be expected because people there like experimentation in the bedroom." The fuck? Let me guess, you're basing that absurd stereotype on porn, right?

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  spacefish966  |  18

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  Roaster94  |  5

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  dragonclaw6  |  11

Not all men would run away from their wife when they need help with a embarrassing and personal task such as OP needed. Since she was injured and clearly stated she needed assistance her husband should have gladly helped her to get through this time.

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  MzZombicidal  |  36

Why can't he know how to do that? It's a tampon for Christ's sake. Soap exists. Yes, periods can get gross but they're completely natural and people need to get over the act itself and just support the poor people who suffer through them. At least he'd only have to do it for a few days and not once a month for most of his life.

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  Goblin182  |  26

Once my wife had carpel tunnel surgery on both hands at the same time. for about a week I wiped her ass for her. I'm sure if the need had arose I could have helped her out with a tampon. Or, rather helped her in with a tampon.

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  SneezyBear  |  24

I agree, not all men are sissies about periods. I once had fake nails on and couldn't insert my tampon properly (it needs to be far in for it to not feel uncomfortable), and my fiance helped push it in fully. There was nothing weird or awkward about it other than my initial shyness at asking his help. In fact, he said it was an intimate experience for him and was happy/proud that no other guy had (or perhaps would have) done that for me. I've always felt lucky for how much he loves taking care of me, but personally, I'd never be with a guy so uncomfortable with them he couldn't even help me out in a situation such as OP's. You made the vow to be with the person in sickness and in health, for better or worse, you stick your dick in that thing all the time, you can help in its maintenance once in a blue moon lmao

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  Grimmerie  |  31

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  alice2lacy  |  15

My husband helped me shave down there when I got too big in my first pregnancy when I wanted to clean up before birth, he got his treat later, but he didn't mind it too much. There's things a boy would gag at that men wouldn't question.

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I cleaned and packed my wife's C-section incision twice a day for a month, so... "wanting to know how to do" and "stepping up to the plate when it's necessary" are two different things.

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  Thundernutz  |  7

Its not about being a "sissy" as a guys scared for life after almost wiping his face with his sister's bloodied tampon when she left it on our towel rack because she "forgot", i'm surprised that is all he did.

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  AmericanBadAss  |  21

I'm a man and you do NOT speak for me! My girlfriend had two broken hands and I not only changed her tampon for her but I wiped her ass and kept her clean and shaved. For three months! What I do for the human being I love is my business and I don't need an ignorant jerk speaking for me. I'm willing to die for my girl so helping her when she needs me most is nothing. She would do anything for me. Maybe you should stop speaking for all men and grow up and help the woman you love.

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  joeyl2008  |  27

I never saw the big deal with periods. Like I get get joking about girls on their period but I never understood why some men are genuinely grossed out or embarrassed about it. Like even to the point they refuse to buy tampons. You should be able to change a tampon for a spouse without it being a big deal. The woman probably already feels embarrassed for having to ask so you should be accommodating.

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  ellislouise89  |  8

I know you don't speak for my OH! If anything ever happened where he had to do this then I know he would without a doubt, he will happily go to the shop and buy me tampons or any women's products without a hint of embarrassment, even said he would help me shaving while I was pregnant. So no, you don't speak for all men, boys yes but men no!

By  MeowntainMix  |  15

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  dragonclaw6  |  11

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  chinaski7628  |  32

Some people do get squeamish about blood, though. I can handle my own blood, but even someone else's nose bleed is enough to make me queasy. That said, if it was my significant other who was struggling and needed help, I'd like to think I'd do whatever I could to help, especially with something like this.

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  RebeccaRFT  |  18

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She probably put the tampon in before her hands got burned. So the tampon needs to come out and she can't use her hands. Who else is she supposed to ask? Is she supposed to just keep it in until her hands heal? That's how toxic shock syndrome happens.

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  rhiannonymous  |  8

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  catherinecas  |  30

She'd still need help with pads. When I was down a hand (because of stupidity) I needed help with my pads. Thankfully, my mom and sister helped out. It would be better for her to keep going with whatever's most comfortable for her since she'll need assistance with both.

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  shessohighh  |  10

The husband wouldn't even have to see anything for a pad. He could just get a fresh pair of undies, stick it on there, and give it to OP. Definitely way less intrusive than a tampon.

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  Shlalg  |  15

She said she was at work, though, and she needs help CHANGING it. This implies she already had a tampon inserted when she got burned. So yeah, she needs to switch to pads to make things easier, but he still needs to... lend a hand at first.

By  DenBriZel  |  31

I can see why he wouldn't want to do that, really I can (I hate it myself..), but as your husband he should be able to help you when you really need it. I honestly can't think of any reason where I'd ask my significant other to do that, but if I ever NEEDED it, I'd hope he wouldn't let me be embarrassed about it and help me.

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  DoomedGemini  |  35

From things I've heard, I thought you were supposed to make sure you clean very well before doing things like that with the butt so I don't see the issue if you follow that.

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