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    Long story short is I get more satisfaction from my vibrator than with sex from my current BF. Should I tell him the truth or not?
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    ofcourse, just don't tell him a peice of plastic is better than him. more along the lines of what to do
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    (Original post by Kathyn)
    Long story short is I get more satisfaction from my vibrator than with sex from my current BF. Should I tell him the truth or not?
    Perhaps you could give him tips on what he can do to make you feel good?
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    Attach the dildo on him with a strap? Problem solved.
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    (Original post by Kathyn)
    Long story short is I get more satisfaction from my vibrator than with sex from my current BF. Should I tell him the truth or not?
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    (Original post by Kathyn)
    Long story short is I get more satisfaction from my vibrator than with sex from my current BF. Should I tell him the truth or not?
    Depends: If he turns you on mentally, but just hasn't got the technique, don't tell him, and help guide him to better positions etc during sex.

    If he doesn't turn you on, you may as well tell him.
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    Don't compare him to an inanimate object and have him be the loser. You need to be honest with him so he knows that you're not enjoying sex as much as you could be, but without damaging his ego. Start off saying that you enjoy sex and that you appreciate the effort he puts in, and that he has some good techniques, but not everything is doing it for you, and you'd love to help him learn what feels best for you. I think that way you're not directly telling him he's bad in bed, but more, what he's doing isn't quite doing it for you. Everybody's different, so that's totally fair.

    Next time you have sex, tell him exactly what you like. If he needs to use his hips more, tell him. If you need your legs to be at a certain angle, tell him how to position you. If you like things at a certain speed, tell him to speed up or slow down. If you're in a relationship, you're the only person he can learn from. You can't expect him to be good if he doesn't know what you like, so be very vocal. Encourage the good things he does, and if something doesn't feel so good, don't put up with it purely for the sake of saving his feelings. Tell him it doesn't feel as good as when he was doing 'x', so try doing slightly more of 'this', and slightly less of 'that'.
 
 
 
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