I am 17, my boyfriend is 16 and we have been together for a year. We have been having regular sex for six months and he has never orgasmed or ejaculated during sex. He told me recently that he masturbates prone (lying face down and rubbing himself against his bed) and has done so since he was about eight. I think this is the cause of his problems. How should I broach the subject of him abstaining from masturbation and maybe changing his technique?
I have been married twice, once divorced and once widowed – and am now in a new relationship with a loving and very caring lady whom I adore. By her own admission, she is sexually inexperienced. She describes her previous sex life with her husband as “lie back and think of England” and says they only had sex when he wanted it, with no foreplay. I like to consider my partner’s wants and needs – which she doesn’t seem to think she should have.
I have been going dogging in various car parks across the UK for more than eight years, and have never told my wife. We have a healthy sex life, but I feel I can’t talk to her about my sexual activity away from her. Recently, I’ve been considering suggesting dogging to her to gauge her response, but don’t want to alienate her. She’s in no way prudish but she’s not an exhibitionist. My constant casual encounters with men and women are beginning to make me feel guilty, but not enough to make me stop.
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