last week, while having sex with husband pass air from back with sound. my husband laugh and I was very embers
now I am afraid to having sex its happen to me very really and normally we start sex after go to wash room.
its mostly happen to ladies ?? please help me . any one has a experience .
Well, your husband doesn't sound very sensitive or like he wants to turn you on during sex. I'd tell him that this was a big turn off and you'd like to find him sexy and enjoy sex with him so if he could make an effort to not do this, you'd appreciate it. Communication is key. good luck
Oh, you are humiliated because you passed gas. Well, tell your husband that it embarrassed you when he laughed. it doesn't happen that much and tell him you felt bad when he laughed about it rather than ignoring it. good luck
My husband is not curcummsion and during the sex I feel badly and pain. any advantage to men , if he is curcummsion or only cleaning . any advantage in sex. I hard most ladies like husband be curcummsion
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