Our expert says:
THere can be a number of reasons for this. First it would be important to establish that you knew your sexual response well enough to have been orgasmic through partner sex previously...? Then we'd need to figure out what is going in the situation with him...
...are you focused on sensation, or are you THINKING about sensation?
...any concerns about this new man, fear of beginning a new relationship, body image concerns with new partner, etc.?
...is the stimulation sufficient and are you giving this partner feedback about what is pleasurable? Each partner is different (i.e. he may have learned different ways to please past partners and have no idea how to please you)
...have you started taking medication now that perhaps you weren't on previously.
If you want to follow up on any of these possiblilities, please do so in a new post as I'm not alerted to discussions, only new posts...
Claire - SASHA
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