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    sex with hypospadias
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    mamasboy4u posted:
    I was born with hypospadias, but it was corrected many years into my adult life. I am now 51 years old, but I am not what I call a normal size. Whenever I am able to perform sexually, I am not confidant in my performanace and I cannot stay erected or stay in a lady or feel myself in her. I am struggling daily with my confidence and the mdecial part too. I was sexually abused in my childhood about my size and into my adult life. How does one maintain confidence and get past this and to please a woman? Many ladies will not even give me 5 seconds because of my size. I have been to counseling and no one seems to understand my view point and thats why I am in here.
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