Owned by Virtual Cole Ryder

Discussion in 'Relationships, Discrimination, and Jealousy' started by sfvhikerguy, Dec 8, 2011.

  1. sfvhikerguy

    sfvhikerguy New Member

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    I've been in a relationship for nearly ten years, and was the first guy she ever slept with. I have always felt "huge" to her, and I hold no illusion that I am a big guy. I'm just a bit above average, 7.25 inches and about 5 inches around.
    She has always been about clitoral stimulation to get her off, and we have a plethora of vibrators and such that we use when we play.
    There were some deals online and I decided to get a surprise for her, and ordered a dildo for her. When it came, I couldn't believe I didn't read the exact specs of the thing before I ordered it.
    It was the Cole Ryder sensafirm dildo, and its enormous. I laughed out loud when I took it out, and left it on the bed for her when she got home.

    I thought it would just generate a good laugh, as she would never use it. But when she saw it, she said she might as well try it since we got it.

    I watched as she penetrated herself with it, and I sat against the headboard. Deeper it went, and she gasped and I thought it would be too much and she would stop. She didn't.

    30 seconds later, I could see her pussy begin to cream, and not long after that, she was in full orgasm, screaming and pumping herself with the thing. I have to admit I was a bit horrified, though sexually excited at the same time. I had never seen her react like that before. So, its official: I am now suffering from extreme penis envy. Against a dildo no less.
     
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    B_Kanaye New Member

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    Lesson learnt; do not bring large toys into a relationship.

    I'm happy to say my girlfriend has her "big" dildo and I dwarf it easily, she won't get a bigger one or i'll slap her about the head. (Not really)
     
  3. D_bbv12xcz

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    From my experience, this is not a bad thing at all. It always bewildered me why guys are threatened by sex toys. I feel it is because they believe the toys will somehow "replace" them. Sure, toys can give more stimulation than we can ever muster, but that's what they're made for! And the best part: that's ALL they provide. A toy cannot hold her, it cannot communicate with her, it cannot fulfill her emotionally, it cannot independently adjust itself in any way, or provide any sort of feedback. A toy will never replace the feelings of intimacy and closeness another person can provide. The best solution is to embrace the toy and share the experience with her instead of feeling you have to "compete" with an inanimate object. I think if you can learn to work with toys and use them as an aid or a sort of "helper" in the bedroom, you'll have a very rewarding sex life.
     
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    That's been my experience, as well.
     
  5. EllieP

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    OK, here's a question for the guys: would a perfectly designed animatronic women who looks and feels natural replace your lover?

    Yeah, there's no toy that's going to make me kick my husband out of bed. I get a lot of pleasure from my toy, but it doesn't even begin to compare to truly making love with my lover.

    You were her first lover. This was a new toy. First time pleasure is pretty awesome. But don't feel threatened by a device. She's not cheating on you with a toy. She's just getting a different kind of pleasure.

    Most of all talk it out. See how she really feels about it. Express your concerns. How come people don't talk anymore?
     
  6. sfvhikerguy

    sfvhikerguy New Member

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    I totally understand what you are saying Ellie, and I agree. We have been playing with toys for a very long time now, but nothing as big as this one, and it was just really, really shocking how her body responded. Since the first time I posted this, she has insisted on using it every night. She has even gone online and is going to get the Liberator so she can ride it. Its the very first time that I have been introduced to the fact that bigger can be better. So, this toy just basically opened the door to a lot of other things that I am forced to think about now; namely she may wonder what it would feel like to be with a bigger guy.

    We are ok. :) I'm just going to go with the flow and see what happens. She really enjoys it, and that does make me happy. The other emotions I'm feeling I'll learn to handle in a more positive light.
     
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