I HAVE A 2 PART QUESTION IM 17 MALE AND I HAVE A 15 YEAR OLD GIRLFRIEND WE HAS SEX 10 OR 15 TIMES.(PART 1)WHEN WE OUR HAVING SEX WITHOUT A CONDOM I FEEL LIKE I HAITTING A WALL IN THE BACK OF HER VAGINAL . (PART 2) SHE WANT TO HAVE SEX ONE TIME AND I DIDNT HAVE A CONDOM AND HER PERIOD JUST ENDDING TWO DAYS AGO SO I SAY OK. AND AFTER THAT WHENEVER I USED A CONDOM I GET A HALF BONER IN NOT AS LONG OR HARD AND THEY DIE OUT ALOT OF THE TIME. BUT WHEN I DONT USE A CONDOM IT NORMAL LENGTH HELP PLZ
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You're probably hitting her cervix when you feel as though you're running up against a wall. That isn't too pleasant for her, either. Just as an FYI, the vaginal canal is really only 4 inches long, maybe a little more. So if your penis, when erect, is greater than that, you're not going to be able to fully penetrate her. It's just the logistics of things.
If you find putting a condon on causes you to lose your erection, wait for a couple minutes and do something else, like oral or manual sex. You can even masturbate yourself, or have her do it if she's willing. Then go on to intercourse.
As a side note, if your partner isn't on hormonal birth conrtol like the pill, you should ALWAYS be using condoms. No excuses. (Too? Depending on what state you live in, your girlfriend might be under the age of consent, and therefore anything you do with her sexually is illegal, and could land you possible jail time/registration as a sex offender. You can let us know what state your in and we can check for you, or you can look up "Age of Consent" on Google and check yourself.)
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