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I love my boyfriend very much, and lately we've started to have sex. It's great, but I prefer when's he's on top. I want to be able to be on top, so he's not always there, but it's really difficult. He's got a really large penis, and when I go on top, it hurts. At one point, I told him to give me a sec to get used to his size, but that didn't help. Is there anything I can do to make it less painful. I haven't exactly talked to him about this issue, but I'm pretty sure he already knows or at leasts suspects that it hurts me a bit.
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Robin Lee
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Hi Forevercountry,

Definitely a good place to start is for you to talk to your boyfriend about this, so he can know what's actually going on (rather than having to guess or not knowing at all) and so the two of you can experiment together and figure out what works for you. How do you feel about talking to him about this? What's been keeping you from doing that so far?

Here are a couple of articles with ideas and suggestions the two of you can talk through together.

From OW! to WOW! Demystifying Painful Intercourse

Left Foot, Red, Right Hand, Green: The Deal on Sex Positions


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