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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    He's hot, hard-working, big and kinky, so yes.

    Wish he could last longer though...
    In other words, no.

    You girls mad that there's about a 99% probability I'm better in bed than every one of your boyfriends?
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    (Original post by Local_United_Fan)
    In other words, no.

    You girls mad that there's about a 99% probability I'm better in bed than every one of your boyfriends?
    :tumble:
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    no, i'm not satisfied.
    my boyfriend is the sweetest and most caring person i've ever met, and i love him.
    he makes ever effort to make sex good for me. i don't come very often, in it sometimes makes him sad, but it's not really his fault, i just have to lern to relax more.
    penetrative sex is very important for me, not so much for him. the thing is, he has a rather small penis, and i get very wet when aroused, and i just don't feel at that much. this is not a matter of lacking expirience, i've been with other guys before. and while we talk a lot, and very open about everything including sex (i've never been able to talk about sex and reated insecurities this open before), but under no circumstances i could tell him his penis is too small. you can't ever do that to a guy. also, it wouldn't change a thing, just make him feel insecure.
    also, he's acutally more into kinky games, which i will do, but don't really enjoy. i just cant relate to it, it doesnt do a thing to me.
    probably we're sexuall not compatible. it's a pity....
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    (Original post by Magnanimity)
    :tumble:
    Lol'd at the tumbleweed.

    Really is true though.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Pretty much yes. We never seem to have 'bad' sex. S'all good, with the occasional mind blowing session. :p:
    He's pretty adventurous as well - there's the 'standard' thing we do if we're not feeling adventurous, but at the same time there's the space for experimentation.

    It really is about communication. If something's not right, I'll tell him. We know what either of us will or won't do (he doesn't like giving oral.. but never mind, I'm fine with that).[/QUOTE]

    If he ain't licking, you shouldn't be suckin!!
    What if giving him a blowjob is one of the biggest turn-ons for me?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    and she's quite ignorant about sexual positions, I don't think she knows what the g-spot is, in fact she seems to be convinced that anything pressing in that area is somehow bad for her.

    so yeah girls can be **** in bed too
    Honestly, this is stupid - you seem to think there's some formula for turning a girl on. There isn't. If she doesn't like her g-spot being pressed, then she doesn't like it - don't do it. It can be overly sensitive and painful for some girls! Try and find other things that she does like.

    I agree that it's rubbish when a partner doesn't communicate - but this works two ways - do you ever ask her what she wants, or what might turn her on? If she's inexperienced, offer to teach her a thing or two
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    No i don't really enjoy sex with my boyfriend. it's hard for me to become aroused and it hurts when he penetrates me. i dont even like recieving oral from him despite telling him so many times what i like and dont like. he nags at me cos we dont sleep together as much as we used to. i dont look forward to sex with him i try to avoid it because most of the time it feels sore for me even though he's average size and i ache inside after. i've never had an orgasm i dont even feel like i can come close to one and i fake them all the time just so he'll stop.......
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    no, i'm not satisfied.
    my boyfriend is the sweetest and most caring person i've ever met, and i love him.
    he makes ever effort to make sex good for me. i don't come very often, in it sometimes makes him sad, but it's not really his fault, i just have to lern to relax more.
    penetrative sex is very important for me, not so much for him. the thing is, he has a rather small penis, and i get very wet when aroused, and i just don't feel at that much. this is not a matter of lacking expirience, i've been with other guys before. and while we talk a lot, and very open about everything including sex (i've never been able to talk about sex and reated insecurities this open before), but under no circumstances i could tell him his penis is too small. you can't ever do that to a guy. also, it wouldn't change a thing, just make him feel insecure.
    also, he's acutally more into kinky games, which i will do, but don't really enjoy. i just cant relate to it, it doesnt do a thing to me.
    probably we're sexuall not compatible. it's a pity....
    Just how small is it ?
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    "ONCE I was having SEX with my BOYFRIEND and he suddenly felt so much more SATISFYING im talking like TWICE AS MUCH FORCE and THREE TIMES as much PENETRATION. I said WOW what happened? then to my DISAPPOINTMENT I found that HE HAD JUST OPENED A WINDOW ON A WINDY NIGHT."

    That small.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    No i don't really enjoy sex with my boyfriend. it's hard for me to become aroused and it hurts when he penetrates me. i dont even like recieving oral from him despite telling him so many times what i like and dont like. he nags at me cos we dont sleep together as much as we used to. i dont look forward to sex with him i try to avoid it because most of the time it feels sore for me even though he's average size and i ache inside after. i've never had an orgasm i dont even feel like i can come close to one and i fake them all the time just so he'll stop.......
    This is going to sound harsh but then why are you putting up with it? Yes I do know there is more to a relationship than sex, that is not what I'm saying, but it is a big part. A relationship will not last if one partner dreads sex and if there is no sexual chemisty. I know this because in my previous relationship I was with a very sweet caring guy but like you when it came to sex I just wasn't interested. I couldn't get aroused with him, and nothing he did would turn me on. I just didnt enjoy it and couldnt wait for it to be over. What was the problem. There was simply no chemistry, no passion or heat and sadly those are just things that are ether there or not. Not a thing you can do about it.

    The sex I have with my current boyfriend is unbelieveable. Its not just about him lasting, the fact were comfortable enough to try different things together or anything physical (although he is large and knows what to do with it) but there is just something between us that makes me want to tear his clothes off whenever Im around him, no matter how tired I am, or even if Im up for it he just knows exactly how to push my buttons a in a few quick seconds I'm so turned on I can't wait to get down to it.

    The point is although it may sound shallow, sex IS very important in a relationship. Only from being in one with sexual chemistry where each time is just amazing to one where theres just nothing there at all were you'd rather be watching jeremy kyle that on top of your boyfriend, can you truely understand this. Good luck anyway I hope you sort it out.
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    Ugh...my boyfriend's lovely but he's a virgin- I've been at it for almost 4 years now. He's making a huge deal about it, which I didn't think guys ever did, and making sex out to be something that it's not.
    Other than that, he won't let me give him a hand or blowjob, he's never given me oral and he isn't great at fingering...so no I'm not satisfied!
    It's really annoying because I get turned on just looking at his body or kissing him, and when I'm alone I'm permanently horny! I'm tempted to break up with him because of how frustrated it's making me feel, but I don't want to be that shallow when everything else about the relationship is good
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Ugh...my boyfriend's lovely but he's a virgin- I've been at it for almost 4 years now. He's making a huge deal about it, which I didn't think guys ever did, and making sex out to be something that it's not.
    Other than that, he won't let me give him a hand or blowjob, he's never given me oral and he isn't great at fingering...so no I'm not satisfied!
    It's really annoying because I get turned on just looking at his body or kissing him, and when I'm alone I'm permanently horny! I'm tempted to break up with him because of how frustrated it's making me feel, but I don't want to be that shallow when everything else about the relationship is good
    :wtf: are you sure hes a man?
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    Before I clicked this thread I knew I was going to see a lot of female members saying yes, and the 'no's' would be exclusively stated by an ocean of anonymous folk.

    To add a little to the topic: I think where a lot of men go wrong is the psychological stimulation. If a girl can't feel immersed in 'the act(s)' then no physical enjoyment is going to be possible, whether you're a bedroom technician, nice caring guy(Who won't degrade his girl, whatever thats supposed to mean :confused:) or drunk one night stander.
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    I think the ultimate response to this thread has to be, "who cares?"
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    Its obviously a way for girls to vent their sexual frustrations and see they are not alone in this problem, no harm is there or does it make men uneasy perhaps? Luckily for me its definitely not an issue.
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    feel sorry for some guys looking at this

    ..try communication
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    no not really..
    but its more down to me than him. he tries really hard and puts a lot of effort in, but i just seem to be too difficult to please.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Honestly, this is stupid - you seem to think there's some formula for turning a girl on. There isn't. If she doesn't like her g-spot being pressed, then she doesn't like it - don't do it. It can be overly sensitive and painful for some girls! Try and find other things that she does like.

    I agree that it's rubbish when a partner doesn't communicate - but this works two ways - do you ever ask her what she wants, or what might turn her on? If she's inexperienced, offer to teach her a thing or two
    Actually she really enjoys it, that's precisely why it's frustrating, and yes I've tried a million different things and asked her to the point of her getting sick of being asked, but hey thanks sooooooo much for talking down to me. To be honest she's pretty tomboyish and judging by some of the comments she makes I'm 99% certain she's just gay. Sucks because I love her to bits
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Just how small is it ?
    probably just under average. and he really makes an effort.
    i'm probably really hard to please.
    i'm really thinking now, we just don't click. at least not in terms of sex.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    NO

    And it's not a communication thing either. When I give him suggestions, he gets irritated. He's selfish, he never goes down on me or fingers me and rarely makes me come through penetration. I'm not sure he knows the meaning of the word foreplay - often I'm not wet enough and rather than making me feel comfortable/ pleasing me he's more interested in ramming it in, which can be rather painful as I'm quite tight. I eventually convinced him to use lube although he seemed hurt and felt that I wasn't attracted to him which is why I wasn't getting wet. I love exploring and trying new things, but he only likes doing new things that pleasure *him* not me.

    I think the problem with a lot of guys these days is they watch a lot of porn - and they think that's 'good sex' and end up picking up a whole load of bad habits. No amount of porn is going to make a man good at sex!!

    Basically guys should forget everything they've seen and not be afraid to explore a woman's body because every woman is different and different things turn different women on.

    Rant over.

    Damn, I'm sexually frustrated.
    hahaha your boyfriend sounds like a idiot....
 
 
 
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