There is really nothing you can do..if getting head doesn't keep you hard then you have jus need to relax more..cause oral sex is usually used as a form of 4play to get the penis erect so you can proceed on..I dunno what to tell you.....I'll leave it to the sexperts.
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Actually, do a little brain switch, Alias, and recognize that all sex practices outside intercourse are not always just a way to lead up to intercourse. They can all be "sex" in and of themselves.
And mafoo, to be quite honest with you, I think very few women would be thrilled by a man who could hold out for hours during oral sex. I'm just being honest. But in general, anytime you want to keep an erection longer, what helps is to masturbate and orgasm beforehand.
That really depends on you, your libido, and your body.
None of us can give advice about bodies or sex as if they were microwaves with partiicular buttons and set times that do specific things the exact same way every time. Our bodies just don't behave that way, and nothing is instant.
The best thing to do with ANYTHING like this is to experiment, and find out whaat works best for you. If sexuality were something we mastered in ten easy steps, it wouldn't be important, vital, or as intimate at all.
Treat your body (and your advice columnists, ahem) with patience and openess. It's your best teacher, you just have to pay attention to it.
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