By sexisdead - 31/07/2016 17:16
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As a woman who doesn't read Cosmopolitan, I have to ask: what on earth do they give as sex tips that you need to have this fear?
webmd. says it's possible to "break a penis". Obviously it's not a bone, but severe damage can take place with tears and such (sometimes requiring surgery) if bent significantly. When slipping out during sex and then hitting your partners pelvis c forvexample. It was one of the c articles in my daily email just last week-crazy coincidence! ?.
Some people don't mind teeth, but it's something that has to be eased into. The way they describe it makes it sound like you should just chomp down like it's an apple, when really it should be treated like soup. 8) but their tips are horrendous, I've looked at some and cringed big time. The same with their workout tips.
Well, think about it. If a woman could read a single issue of Cosmo and all the relationship's problems were fixed, then she'd never need to buy another copy again, and Cosmo's business would take a hit. Cosmo's notorious for giving terrible relationship and bedroom advice, such as "If your man wants to talk to you about your day, he's probably cheating." The worse a person's relationship is, the more they'll "need," relationship magazines like Cosmo.
Honestly, not all of them are terrible. I've learned a few tricks from Cosmo that drove my lovers wild. Ask her to see a full explanation of whatever new tricks she wants to try before you agree to anything, of course. Don't do anything you don't think you'd be comfortable with or physically unable to do, but otherwise, just try it! You might find something new and amazing that you never knew you liked.
The majority of them are not even possible without contorting your body in to a position where, if you can even get and stay in, you wouldn't be able to actually move. So I'd fear more for your back than your genitals. Hopefully you know a good massage therapist or chiropractor.