I've only just signed up to this site, it's my first time asking a question like this to people I don't know, but here goes;
I'm 17 years old, and about a year ago, I started my first serious relationship. I have two issues that I want to share with you and would appreciate any feedback.
Issue 1: I struggle keeping an erection for very long, unless I'm masturbating alone. When I am masturbating, I have no issue keeping an erection whatsoever. However, when I'm with someone else, an erection can stay for ages while it's still in my pants, but as soon as my girlfriend tries putting her hand down there, it seems to die pretty quickly. Even if I do manage to 'keep it up' whilst it's out, as soon as I try to put a condom on, it still fails to stay erect, leaving the situation very awkward and me, very embarrassed. This could just be down to nervousness, but I'd appreciate any advice on how to keep my erection when she tries to take my penis out, or tries to do anything with it.
Issue 2: Along the back of my penis (if it was pointing straight forwards, it would be the bottom), I have a mass of what look like spots, but they're skin coloured, don't hurt, can't be popped and have been there for a long while. I don't have pains, or any issues with them really, they just don't look very attractive. I've done some research and they could be callouses from masturbating too "hard" or gripping too tightly, but any advice would help in this matter too.
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