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Apr 12, 2012 @ 11:09 PM Any advice?    
ridemeandsquirt


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Most of my sex partner's I've had in the past couple of years complain of pain and irritation around their vagina after sex. I am pretty large and have girth as well so I started using lube or would have them orgasm or squirt prior to sex so they were ready. It seems as if neither making them really wet before hand or using lube is working anymore and they are really sore afterwards which makes them not want a round two or three. I am clean of disease as well so I know that's not the issue.

So my question is what else can I do to prevent this.
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Apr 13, 2012 @ 11:05 PM Any advice?    
SweetestKitty


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More foreplay, more lube (be sure to use the water-based when using condoms) and let her be on top so she can control depth and speed, or doggie-style, but you stay still and let her control the action. And if you haven't had a cotton swab down run down your wanker, then you can't be sure you don't have STDs. Most of them are "silent" in men.
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Apr 14, 2012 @ 12:40 AM Any advice?    
gypsy29


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excellent advice!
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Apr 15, 2012 @ 3:32 PM Any advice?    
SweetestKitty


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Thank you! Thank you!
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Apr 16, 2012 @ 5:06 PM Any advice?    
ridemeandsquirt


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I did get the swab lol, not a very pleasant test. I use water base lubes as mentioned and sometimes add more during the process. I typically do foreplay for 20 minutes if not more before hand to get her going and usually will bring them to an orgasm before even starting sex :). I will however, test the method where they are in more control. This problem does occur the most when I end up on top or doing all the work
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Apr 16, 2012 @ 11:21 PM Any advice?    
SweetestKitty


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Let us know how it goes!
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Apr 17, 2012 @ 6:39 AM Any advice?    
connie41


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you were given wrong advise. DO NOT use water base lube it will break down
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Apr 17, 2012 @ 8:36 PM Any advice?    
SweetestKitty


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Pretty sure it's silicone for ridin' dirty and water-based if you glove up. It's not the lube breaking down that you worry about, it's the condom. I will have to check my facts and get back to you on this one!
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Apr 17, 2012 @ 9:10 PM Any advice?    
SweetestKitty


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Okay, I did my homework and I was NOT incorrect! Water-based lube is best for several reasons:
A. It will not breakdown the latex of a condom like one made with petroleum, silicone or oil.

B. It is water-soluable so it will wash off easier and help your partner avoid infections. The others can cause bacterial infections or yeast infections if they are not washed away properly and since pussies are like self-cleaning ovens you don't want to add to her discomfort by needing to get some strong soap to break down the lube.

C. It won't stain your sheets.

Maybe your partners have an allergy to latex? If so, try a condom made from natural material instead. Be sure to check what kind of lube they require though!
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