So, I'm not even sure how to start this off and I'm not used to asking for advice, but here goes nothing. Okay, me and my boyfriend have been dating for 4 months now. It really seems as if he knows what he's doing, because he's really good with his hands; he's fingered me, gone down on me and all that jazz. It's come to his and my attention that... I haven't done anything for him. I want to, very much so, but I am kinda new at this and I'm afraid to mess up, you know? The other hard part about this is that I dated a girl for two years before me and my bf got together and everytime I try to get past my fear of messing up all I can remember is how to please another female. How do I get past this 'perfectionism' of mine? I believe my bf is starting to get bored. Sorry if I seem as if I'm freaking out or something. Thanx for your help in advance.
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Posts: 41 | From: Worcester, Massachusetts, United States | Registered: Jan 2006
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We can't give you techniques or anything like that, but we can give you a small piece of advice--ASK. Talk to your partner, and see what he likes best. That's the best way to find out what your partner enjoys, male, female, or otherwise.
In otherwords, I doubt he did anything to you without you giving some sort of feedback, like vocalizing or what have you. Just ask him to be more specific.
what do you mean by doing stuff for him? are you talking about masturbation? or Oral?
either way, i'd agree with one of the other posts... i'm a guy, and one of the most refreshing things i've EVER heard a girl say is "i'm not very experienced, could you tell me what to do?" it's simple as that, it's not embarrassing that you can't suck dick like a pro! so don't worry about it...
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