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EmbraceHim
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Hey,
So recently, my boyfriend and I started experimenting with each other sexually but under the agreement that there will be no sexual intercourse of any sort. The thing is, he's able to make me orgasm so many times in such a short time and no matter what I try with him, he never really 'feels it'. I asked him what he likes and what he doesn't but he himself doesn't know so I asked if he'd spend some time to 'discover himself', and he told me he did and that he did exactly what I was doing except it worked for him so when we tried again, it just sort of 'turned him off'. I don't know what I'm doing wrong and it's really frustrating, please help. [Frown]

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Heather
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How much time have you both spent exploring like this so far? Are we talking months, weeks, days...?

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EmbraceHim
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I'm sorry for the extremely late reply..
I can safely assume months now.
Updates? He tried to sort of describe things he might like, the problem is, he doesn't have a clue, there was a point where he thought he was Asexual, and that didn't bother me although I feel it should but recently, I attempted to go down on him, now mind you, this was the first time and I had absolutely no idea what I was doing. It didn't go so well, I've been trying different things for 20 minutes until my neck started aching and gave in. He was rather upset but says he's upset because I had to go through that.I mentioned before I didn't enjoy the thought of going down on someone but dammit I wanted to make him feel good the way he's been making me feel for the past few weeks. I really feel it's unfair. Someone told me there are people who are just not interested in the whole thought of sexual intimacy but it's just not fair for him.
I just want to know if that's true, if there are people like that who don't enjoy or who "aren't into it" as much as others.
I'd like to add that he's always happy to make me feel good, and he'd do anything for it, I don't know if that's relevant or not though.

Thanks.

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