This is kind of embarrassing to ask as while i have had a couple of sexual relationships, ive never really had to worry until now.
basically i am in a relationship with someone i am completely falling for. we do a lot more foreplay than sex and i was thinking he liked it more than actually having sex but recently he said he does enjoy sex also. he has told me from the start hes a 'hard nut to crack' in that unless he masturbates he doesnt usually ***. while i completely respect everyone is different i'd like to make him go all the way - whether its sexual intercourse or foreplay. he says im doing all the right things when we foreplay and that i am 'amazing' particularly compared to previous relationships. but how can i help him to go all the way? are there techniques? or are there others out there who experience this also? i dont think its bad for our relationship as we both enjoy ourselves but i just feel somewhat inadequate as in the past ive had no problems 'satisfying' my man all the way (and heck i know im not all that experienced!). ideas?
Don't feel inadequate. Obviously guys are usually in control and he likes using that control right up till the very end and foreplay seems to be a major part of that process (as it may get him off more). then when he's feeling ready, he wants to also enjoy the sex part by prolonging ejaculation (that's what i think he means by being a 'hard nut to crack'. Not meaning he's hard to please, but rather he prolongs it before he goes. You sound like your there with him until the end, so i don't think you have anything to be concerned about. :)
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