Suddenly all my orgasms from good, old-fashioned hetero sex and self-pleasuring seemed so pedestrian. But you set yourself up for failure, if you have never reached the PO and try to just fiddle with fingers and hope for a bliss. A wave smashing into my groin, wave after wave smashing over the rest of my body.
While I have been masturbating since the beginning of high school, I've never had sex. The thing is, I rarely fully get off. I think the only time I have was while using a shower head.
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I've recently started seeing someone on a casual basis and I'm puzzled by something I have never before encountered - he doesn't ejaculate or orgasm! He assures me this is "normal" for him and that he likes our time together. I am very open-minded but it makes me feel strange and I worry he may have some underlying issue that he should get checked out.
When it comes to health and wellness trends and gimmicks, I consider myself a professional lab rat on board with anything short of amputating a limb. I've allowed acupuncturists to jab needles into my forehead, let a "strawberry lipo" laser penetrate 13 millimeters into my abdomen to melt fat, and had my vagina tightened with a laser. And yet, I've somehow managed to neglect trying the easiest, most satisfying, and healthy not to mention totally free!
I am in an amazing relationship and I am so happy to have found someone I can truly be myself with. Our sex life is great; I rarely orgasm through penetrative sex which we discuss, and he always ensures that I orgasm another way, usually before he does. I know he genuinely loves me and I love him but I find this situation very frustrating. Am I being really selfish?
Before getting into your question I need to clarify something for this and future questions. Sure, I can speculate on what might be the cause, and I will in case something clicks, but that just makes me a slightly more comforting version of a Google search. In this case the main message to take away is to find a doctor, possibly an urologist, as there is no substitute for a physical examination with a health professional.