sexual inexperience, slow movements in sex, fear of ejaculation, bad lover,
woman on top, vibrating condom
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I am newly married and have only been
having sex for about seven months. I love my husband, but hate our
sex life- it just doesn't feel like anything when he's inside me. We
were both virgins when we got married and I feel like the problem is
how he moves when he's inside me- he moves slowly and stops often in
fear that he's going to come too quickly. The only way I'm able to
have orgasm is with a vibrator and stimulation of the clitoris. My
friends say that he should have improved in 7 months and that he
must be a bad lover- is that true or he just inexperienced? And how
do I get myself more in the mood to "practice" when it doesn't feel
- F, 22, US
The best thing would be
talk openly with your hubby, in a non-threatening and
non-demanding situation. Tell him what makes you come
during intercourse. If you are not much bothered at this
point of time by his coming too soon, assure him so.
Gradually you both can tune yourselves to achieve
orgasms at a speed that is comfortable to both of you.
Meanwhile you might try
woman-on-top position where you will have better control
on thrusting (speed, depth, angle etc) and he will have
better control on ejaculation. While you are on top, he
can directly stimulate your clitoris, or just place his
finger in such a way that your clitoris hits the finger
as you rock back and forth or up and down. These
measures will enhance your sexual excitement and takes
you close to orgasm faster.
Your husband might also
try a vibrating condom. During intercourse you or he can
press the vibrator on when you need greater stimulation.
Have you tried ribbed
I hope this info will help
you overcome the problem. You may back if you need
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