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Sex: How do you know if he's come yet or not? watch

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    When you're having sex with a guy and you're in control of the movement, how do you know if he's come yet and know when to stop keeping on going? If he's wearing a condom then you can't feel him ejaculate. Obviously you will know if he tells you thats he's done, but I have been in situations when I have kept on going without realising he has come as he hasn't said anything and then feel a bit embarrassed.

    Is this a stupid question and just me, or anyone else ever had this?
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    The faces, noises, or (gasp) communicating with him enough so he can tell you.

    Personally I can't feel it when he comes even without a condom. Sometimes it throbs a bit, which is a giveaway but mostly there's nothing to indicate the status down there.
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    Generally his erection will start to go down.
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    (Original post by impervious)
    Generally his erection will start to go down.
    My last bf could keep on going for a good 15mins after he came... so its not so much of an indicator!
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    (Original post by patrickthestarfish)
    My last bf could keep on going for a good 15mins after he came... so its not so much of an indicator!
    How dare he not follow general biological trends :shock: has he not heard of the refractory period?
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    (Original post by impervious)
    How dare he not follow general biological trends :shock: has he not heard of the refractory period?
    Well sometimes you're so turned on that it can happen pretty quickly just after anyway :p:
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    (Original post by impervious)
    How dare he not follow general biological trends :shock: has he not heard of the refractory period?
    There are people who seem to avoid it altogether, and can just carry on.
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    When I say 'OH HOLY SHIIII--' that's me done.
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    (Original post by Dionysus)
    There are people who seem to avoid it altogether, and can just carry on.
    Damn these people...
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    He may give body language or audible clues. An 'oh god I'm coming' makes it fairly plain :p:
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    facial expression or maybe he'll hold your body to slow you down and say something ?
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    Get him to get hold of your hips/bum and push himself deeper in and stop, or move with you, or move you into a certain rhythm.

    Or just tell him to tell you when he's close?
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    (Original post by impervious)
    How dare he not follow general biological trends :shock: has he not heard of the refractory period?
    I second your rage!
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    Things usually get really sensitive once you're finished so he'll probably tell you to get off. He should learn to control himself until you've had your pleasure first though :p:
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    (Original post by Dionysus)
    There are people who seem to avoid it altogether, and can just carry on.
    Yeah its a little thing called viagra
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    Generally:

    "Ughhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh hhhhhhhhhhhhhooooooooooooooohaaa aaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhaaaaaa aaa"

    *happy sigh*
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    I've never really understood this "refractory period" thing... As in, you just go soft straight away?
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    (Original post by Dionysus)
    There are people who seem to avoid it altogether, and can just carry on.
    Yeah, a friend of mine told me that he couldn't go for very long, so he just forces himself to carry on.
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    does your boyfriend snore?

    because that would be the best audible indicator of if he's finished.:yep:
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    (Original post by ctarling)
    does your boyfriend snore?

    because that would be the best audible indicator of if he's finished.:yep:
    HA!
 
 
 
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