...that no matter how turned on he was by whatever sexual activities he was engaging in at the time, he could only climax when thinking of a teacher who taught him when he was aged like, 12/13 - aka the very first woman he thought of when he first started to, ya know, pleasure himself.
He proceeded to tell me that this is probably the case for a lot of guys, they just wouldn't admit it.
I was quite taken aback by this... Not offended, as it wasn't meant to be hurtful nor was this exclusive to things with me - and I at least like to think it was me who got him in the mood, etc. in the first place (sorry if that's TMI, y'all) - just surprised that after all these years that's what it took to get him off (he's 21 now). He also said he was trying to 'train himself out of it', so there was that too.
What I'm wondering is if this is really that common, to have what must be a really strong mental association with the *final act*? Or if there's some kind of male / female divide on this? Doubt we'll have the makings of anything close to a conclusive study on our hands, but anecdotes are always fun.
And is there maybe a link between that and this
(IDK if this is a really out-there thread, but I happen to think it's an interesting topic...)
So, while we were still together, my ex-bf told me...
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