By Better not - 24/01/2018 20:00 - United States - Kenai
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Who goes on vacation with a dude for a week before trying out his junk? Plus if you’re going to dump him over that, he’s the lucky one....
FML community: “You are a slut if you put it out soon” Also FML community: “You are dumb if if you dont have sex before a holiday” She clearly has her priorities wrong. If she actually likes this guy she’d see that the 5 days would be a perfect opportunity to explore eachother and teach him how you like to be pleasured and vise versa.
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Have you considered that you might have a fanny like a hippo’s yawn? Just because it’s small doesn’t mean he can’t provide other stimulation... I’d saw you’re shallow but a lack of depth doesn’t seem to be the problem
This is an FML moment for him but not for her. Her FML should read "Today, I found out I'm dumb and superficial. FML"
You should start doing kegals. Tighten it up a bit. You can do them while driving, walking, sitting... ect. They also help with incontinence for later in life. ;-)
So, if a woman is disappointed by her lover's endowments... she's generally labeled as a superficial slutbag with a vag that can easily land a 747? Ever hear of preferences? Sure there are many toys, oral and fingers are nice...Several of my friends are more than happy with that. But for some that's just not as satisfying. What's wrong with craving a whole body connection, inside and out, that might even have the possibility of leaving you a little sore...with lingering sensations that bring you back to it over and over? I don't think I'm horribly shallow, but people are allowed sexual preferences. A tiny penis would be a deal-breaker. Not because I'm "cavernous," more because I would feel sorry for the guy and would want to pet it and say "awwww, how cute!" And pity just doesn't lead to passion and desire, which I consider important. To all the ladies that love the teeny-weenies, gods blessings to ya! Go make some man very happy! And if you don't, let's lay off the instant slut-labeling?
I agree. If my boyfriend's penis was too small that I can't even feel it go in, and trust me my few exes will agree when I say I am so far from loose, then it would not work. Lack of a healthy sex life can lead to hurt feelings and possible cheating. And I am going to guess they haven't been together long if this is the first time for intimacy. I don't think she is shallow. Good luck with whatever you decide.
So would you be okay with a guy dumping you for being lose? Cuz he wants "that connection"? And couldn't feel much?
sorry to debunk your vaginas are to loose or to tight theory... but uhh.. im gunna just leave this here. Imagine a hand towel stuffed inside a thick sock squeezed by two hands. The sock is the vagina. The towel is the folded muscle tissue of the vaginal wall. And the hands are the pelvic floor muscles that surround the vagina. The vagina's tightly folded muscle tissue is very elastic, like an accordion or the mouth. Try this: Pull the corners of your mouth out toward your ears then let go. What happens? The mouth immediately snaps back to its pre-stretched state because the tissue is elastic. Do it 100 times. There's no permanent stretching. The mouth quickly returns to its pre-stretched state and no one would ever know you'd stretched it. The same goes for the vagina, with two exceptions I'll discuss shortly. When it's at rest–all the time except sexual arousal and childbirth–the vagina's muscle tissue remains tightly folded like a closed accordion. Anxiety makes the vaginal musculature clench even tighter. That's why young girls sometimes have problems inserting tampons. Their vaginal muscle tissue is tight and contracted to begin with, and many girls feel anxious about touching themselves and inserting anything, so the muscles contract even tighter. As women become sexually aroused, vaginal muscle tissue relaxes somewhat. Biologically, this makes perfect sense. Evolution is all about facilitating reproduction. A tight vagina would impede intercourse and reproduction, so women evolved to have sexual arousal relax the vaginal muscles, allowing easier insertion of erections–and greater chance of pregnancy. However, arousal-related vaginal loosening does NOT produce a big open cavity like the inside of a sock. Rather, the vaginal interior changes from resembling a tight fist to a fist loose enough to insert a finger or two. If the vagina feels "too tight" during lovemaking, the woman is either (1) not interested in sex, or (2) she has not had enough warm-up time to allow her vaginal musculature to relax enough for comfortable insertion. A man who attempts intercourse before the woman is fully aroused–before her vagina has relaxed and become well lubricated–is either sexually unsophisticated or a boor. Most women require at least 30 minutes of sensuality—kissing, hugging, and mutual massage for their vaginas to relax enough to allow the penis to slide in comfortably. That's why leisurely, playful, whole-body lovemaking is so important. It gives women (and men) the warm-up time they need. In addition, it also allows the vagina to relax, and, in most women, produce enough natural lubrication for comfortable intercourse. In other words, the solution to vaginal tightness is extended foreplay. It you need more lubrication, try a commercial lubricant. One final note: If a woman experiences pain and/or great difficulty inserting a tampon or accepting an erection, the cause may be vaginismus, unusual clenching of the vaginal muscles. For suspected vaginismus, consult a physician