This might seem like a weird question and it might sound silly but i am sincere about this question.
Well this problem started when a girl, who fancies me asked me to install snapchat on my phone, and I jokingly asked, " why, do you want to send me a picture of ****."
Well to my surprise i got a picture of her ****, first i was a bit shocked, but i didn't complain, so i request a few for pictures, (as a snapchat photo can only be viewed for a short time).
After that it was my turn to return the favour, she wanted to see a picture of my ****, fully erect. For some reason I had trouble getting an erect penis, I said she should have asked for it sooner, cause i already pull one off to her previous pictures.
Well strangely enough i found this online sex thingy we did together rather hot, and I wanted to try again, and for a second time I couldn't get it up again, i was confused.
Since then I have tried several times to take a picture of my erected ****, but haven't been able yet. I have used several methods, porn doesn't help, not masturbating for a day doesn't either. The only thing I haven't tried yet is spontaneously taking a photo when I do have a erect penis and then sending it to her.
I have no other erectile problems and I have had sex plenty of times with no problems.
I don't understand cause I hear so many stories of guys sending **** pics to girls who don't want to see them and I cant get if up for someone who does. want to see it
(This girl has moved interstate since i met her, and we have remained friends, thats why we cant just do the real thing, i would prefer to have sex then just online sex. Plus I would like to have online sex someday if that was my only choice)
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