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Can't Climax without hands
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An_244683 posted:
Hello i have a problem where i can climax masturbating but as much as i try during sex thrusting in vagina i just cant ejaculate my sex life has always been with condoms but i dont feel pleasure recieving oral even without wearing a condom, back in 2005 i did very briefly feel pleasure recieving oral so i know it should feel better than it does any advice would be greatly appreciated thank you.
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nohard responded:
I think your penis has a latex fetish and cant perform without its latex mate, so you now need to re-educate your penis to go commando or o'natural. if you just keep at it will work in time, need to put your faith in nature and let your body heal itself, just throw away you rubbers.
Good Luck
 
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georgiagail responded:
I suspect the issue is that you have become used to the tighter feel of your hand as opposed to less friction experienced during oral or vaginal intercourse.

Gail
 
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dfromspencer responded:
I'm guessing you are a young man? Otherwise healthy? It would seem that your constant masterbation has deadened the feeling? Try not to put so much grip on it. Try using something like silk to masterbate with, get the feeling back. The glans and underside of your penis, should be the most sensitive. So, lighten up!

If all else fails, see Dr.!


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