Posted by: PJ | 2009/07/17

3376 - Can' t get it in.

Why not just play and pleasure each other first. Learn to enjoy each other sexually.

You must make her want you inside her with all she has. Make sure she is sopping wet, before you enter slowly and softly.

If it doesn' t go in easily, stay shallow, move, kiss, caress. She will get wetter and more relaxed. If you don' t go in, no problem, enloy it and love her. It will happen and it will be good, IF YOU DON' T HURRY IT!

You can both cum and enjoy it fully without penatration, so don' t push too hard. If the sexual experience starts badly, chances are it will stay bad!! SO TAKE YOUR TIME!!!

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Posted by: Husband | 2009/07/20


Thanks for the advice. We had a good talk about the whole thing and the problem it seems is her past. She has a negative connection to sex and that causes her to stress, close her vagina and struggle to get wet. Hopefully talking to an external person will help ease her fears. Luckily I can get her to climax without penatration.

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