Sometimes its a curse having a big one

Discussion in 'Sex With a Large Penis' started by gotabigone, May 8, 2008.

  1. gotabigone

    gotabigone Member

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    I could and would prefer to have sex every single day of my life. My girl loves sex, but almost always gets sore after we do it. I know its my fault because I usually prolong the sex (because she usually cums really quickly) because I enjoy it. If she had it her way she'd cum a few times in 10 minutes and be done with it, but I prefer a nice long session. Problem is, whenever we have sex for over 15 minutes she is sore for 2 or 3 days and can't have sex again.

    Anyone else have this problem? Solutions? Ideas? I use lube....The obvious solution is to cut back the amount of time, but that's just fucking lame....
     
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    NEVER had the problem, but why don't YOU prolong the foreplay?
    let her suck you for longer before pounding her... THIS could help you NOT cuting time, and be more helpfull|less soring to her.
     
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    Yeah, its a good idea, but she won't blow me because she gets lockjaw. I have to beg her for blowjobs. Another downside. I guess her mouth is barely big enough for my dick. Thanks for the suggestion though....
     
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    I feel you. I'm the same way. I just don't want it to end. My ex-girlfriend was like that after we had sex, she would complain about not being able to have sex for the next 3 days because she said it hurts. It's kinda funny, you hear all the talk and jokes about women not wanting a "Minute-man" but when there's a guy who can go all night they complain about soreness. What is that all about?
     
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    You should try using a clitoral excellorator like Oragasmixx or Flower Balm or Vigal.

    They will help increase her sensation for maximum stimulation and wetness helping prevent some future soreness.

    I am not sure if she oragasim's internally or externally or both?

    If not internally you could get the "The Guide to Female Ejaculation: by Deborah Sundahl or "The G-SPot".

    Also, you may want to find a silicone lube and try a vibrating cock ring.

    Or Olive Oil is a great lubricant most people don't know about that has been used since the dawn of time and is totally safe.

    Also, an L-Arginine Supplement greatly helps female pleasure and relaxment.

    I have worked helping couples enhance romance for the last 10 years, just a few tips.
     
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    Lot of guys here (not me sadly), have found that added lubrication can help but so too can foreplay. Here's how:

    The vagina is best considered as a potential space. When a woman first becomes aroused the vagina balloons but then shrinks to fit whatever is inserted in it. That means big guys have to be particularly careful about fingering the vagina lest the vagina mistake it for a penis and, as it's programmed to do, shrink to fit. So you're making out, getting her nice and wet, and then you start stroking the vagina. Stroking is ok, but be careful with what you insert. If you have your fingers in then switch to your penis, the vagina goes, "OUCH! Where did THAT come from??"

    There is of course, a corollary to this. When you're having fun with the foreplay, going down on her, etc. try using a dildo or vibrator slightly larger in girth than your penis. Make sure it's very well lubed and also make certain that it's the first thing approaching her vagina. Try to get a dildo or vibrator that has a narrow tip so you can gradually introduce it into the vaginal canal. You don't have to go far, just 2-3 inches. Play with it a bit and make the whole experience fun so she (and therefore her vagina) feel very relaxed. After a few minutes then introduce your penis. With luck, she should find that you actually don't feel so big compared to the vibrator and her vagina will be relaxed and primed for your penis. Don't forget to re-lube when you insert your penis. Lubrication, particularly the warming sort, even it seems she doesn't need it, can help a great deal in relieving soreness.

    Good luck!
     
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