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elliej last won the day on March 23 2016

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  1. There are a lot of things going on here. He definitely needs to back off. Because experimenting with a woman is different than exhibitionism, and if you've never been into anyone watching you have sex (even with your bf) you aren't likely to start now. I read a great blog about sex positivity and a guide for being slutty that said about exploring new things sexually, you should never pressure yourself to jump into situations that are too overwhelming before doing smaller things first. Like one example is you don't want to jump into a gangbang if you've never been with two guys. You have to start slowly within your comfort zone. And he needs to get with the program because your sexuality is about your consent. I can't find that blog, but I found this comment on a different one "Respect yourself and your boundaries. Everywhere. In every situation. No one walks over a slut. She knows her mind and expresses it without fear. Okay… so maybe with a little fear, but she does it anyway. Stand up for yourself. If something makes you uncomfortable at work, don’t accept it. Don’t let people take advantage of you! This may be hard at first and it’s going to take practice if you’re not used to it, but it will get easier." http://sluttygirlproblems.com/column/your-quick-guide-to-be-a-slut/#.WStvrsklHVo He is clearly making you uncomfortable and not respecting your boundaries and he needs to be aware of that and that your consent matters, and if you say no to something, him trying to coerce you into doing it for him is wrong and will destroy any trust in your relationship. And that is JUST where I would start....
  2. here's a study that thin vaginal wall is one reason some women don't enjoy pleasure there. Still probably in the minority. Particularly when a lot of people in this thread have plenty of experience. And many women never do because they believe myths that they can't or don't get any instruction how. http://www.salon.com/2014/09/16/the_truth_about_the_g_spot_why_its_time_to_put_this_sex_myth_to_bed_partner/ Lets also remember that "science" once denied that women were capable of pleasure from sex. So I am really not sure why this tangent.
  3. I just think you're overthinking the whole topic. Even if stimulation of clit can help or combine with g-spot stimulation. Fingering well and stimulating the right area is still involved either way. And this topic is about that.
  4. perhaps only a small % of women spend time to learn what they like, learn about their bodies, and learn how to relax in sex. But that is a lot different than saying "there are only a small percentage who CAN" since if that is the path toward the result, a very high percentage of women CAN actually reach it.
  5. I'm not sure bout this. it sounds like a myth. Sure there are women without certain parts of reproductive systems, but they are the exceptions, not the reverse. 1) Everyone can have one. 2) This is the area where you can squirt from. 3) These orgasms are all about trust and emotional openness. 4) You can have many in a row. 10? 15? Totally doable. 5) They are full-body, ecstatic experiences. http://kimanami.com/g-spot-orgasms-tips-techniques-stimulate/
  6. This is more like 30 questions no? 1. Is there anyone of your friends that you would ever consider having sex with? Yes. I did once make out with a good friend (girl) but have never had sex with any of my friends before 2. Sex in the morning, afternoon or night? I like daytime sex to be honest 3. What side of the bed do you sleep on? middle 4. Have you ever taken your clothes off for money? no 5. Have you ever had sex in the shower or the bath? shower 6. Do you watch/read pornography? only occasionally not regularly 7. Do you want someone aggressive or passive in bed? aggressive 8. Do you love someone on your blogroll? blogroll? 9. Would you choose love or money? Love. 10. Your top three favorite kinks in bed? I do like anal sex. And oral sex. and normal sex. 11. Has anyone ever gone beyond your personal line of respect sexually? Yes. I'm guessing this has to do with consent. 12. Where is the most romantic place you have had sex? in a hotel? 13. Where is the weirdest place you have had sex? in my ex girlfriend's car 14. Have you ever been caught having sex No 15. Ever been to a bar just to get sex? No 16. Ever been picked up in a bar? Yes. 17. Have you ever kissed or had sex with someone of the same sex? yes 18. Had sex in a movie theater? No. 20. Had sex in a bathroom? in a shower in a bathroom yes. but not public restrooms 21. Have you ever had sex at work? with myself, but not with anyone else 22. Bought something from an adult store? Yes 23. Do you own any sex toys? double sided dildo though have only used on myself 24. Does anyone have naughty pics of you or are you on film? No and it's off limits for me 26. Do you think oral sex constitutes as a form of intercourse? Yes 27. What’s your favorite sexual position? several 28. What’s your favorite sex act? several 29. Have you ever had sex with more than one person at a time? yes. it was ok. one on one is still my favorite
  7. without taking away the contact on facebook, you can chose not to have her posts in your newsfeed. I have found that helps if it makes it worse for me to think about someone too much...
  8. Amazing scene when she kisses her passionately
  9. my experience is that a lot of couples who have their various reasons for wanting a third or to try a third do not know how to talk to single women. It's like awkward people who don't have to date times two. Who knows. Maybe they met when they were young without really dating and neither or both actually know how to date normally? They get these fantasies about women but have no clue when it comes to reality. Even with other couples, they frequently freak out about not putting the fantasy into reality. AND they will frequently project these insecurities on the woman they are talking to and can start attacking her personally for issues that are really their problems to handle. In general, it's a train wreck. Definitely single women should not take it personally or let a couple drag them into their drama. Some couples have a lot of experience with another woman. Some of them are really kinky and need crazy stuff to get off. Many couples got together because both the man and woman had this as similar lifestyle choices, so those couples you know are not in it because one partner is pressuring the other.
  10. hey you!
  11. welcome back. sounds similar to many times I stop dating someone I really enjoy, for one reason or the other. This last go around, we were really close, and it was a first for me I think to be so close to someone I dated. That was an adjustment not being single after a few years, and then to go back to not having someone in my life again. But I do not know that many people here, so I think just cutting him out of my life entirely wasn't healthy either, so every few weeks we do hear from each other, but in a friendly way, not an intimate one like before. And sometimes I think maybe it should go back to being more. And then I remember why it's better to keep moving forward.
  12. danger of following your crush on twitter, maybe without her realizing it, is seeing her pop up in your newsfeed and blushing. good thing she can't see... :blush: