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    Dirty Talk
    celticrogue posted:
    Hello. I have tried searching for this problem on the web, but can't seem to find anything about it. My partner likes to talk dirty with me, and I him, but lately, he has be getting aroused at the idea of me getting that normal, and if so, does it really mean he wants me to be pregnant? We have been together 2 years now, and I have been on the pill the entire time. We are only in college, it would be crazy to get pregnant now.
    venessarm responded:
    Some men out there do find pregnant women thoroughly arousing! Why that is I wouldnt be able to tell you. Maybe its the thought of women creating such a precious thing or something different. But it doesnt actually mean he would want one. Have you tried asking him if he truly wants a baby?? Or is it just the thought of seeing you carry his child what arouses him?? Being in college isnt really a bad thing to have a baby. Many people do it and are fine. But if you dont want to have a baby just let him know you arent ready! If its just a fantasy thing try wearing a flowing negligee and a pillow stuffed in your belly :pbpt: he might like that better! who knows
    lamarguy responded:
    a child in this day and age...mmmmm not a good idea...the pillow is better. and the flowing nightie is too. best of luck. talking dirty is a come on or a ....mmmmm to learn more...we had a lady in our home lingerie party...said her man liked to talk dirty too...oh some of the things he the girls were really excited. begging her to have him set up a website. anyhow best of luck... [email protected] and have a fine day...huggybear in colorado USA.

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