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shirtsandgloves
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here's a strange sexual scenario for anyone to answer:

i'm a significant bit taller than a male friend of mine. neither of us are seeing anyone, and we had sex, and it was completely safe. however... during the act itself... i was on top and i think it got a little too heated, seeing as he kind of slipped out. embarrassing? yes. dangerous? you tell me.

it's not like the condom slipped off or anything. i'm just wondering if 1. he could be damaged, 2. i was doing something wrong.


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lemming
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As far as "doing something wrong," things are slippery during sex. Penises slip out sometimes. Perfectly normal, happens all the time. As long as you've got a good grip on that condom and it doesn't slip off, everything's okay.

"[H]e could be damaged"? How would he be damaged? Is there something here that I'm missing about the situation? (In other words, did you fall on him, on his penis, or cause him pain?) Simply having a penis slip out won't hurt anyone.

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okay, i've had sex with my boyfriend a number of times and i would say that 60% of the time, during it, he slips out of me...in the same kind of scenario that you mentioned. Sometimes even when he's on top of me...i see it as perfectly normal.

And while once or twice, it did hurt him, it's not serious or anything, it just hurts, like it someone were to punch you in the boob...it just hurts.

I don't see it as dangerous either. I would assume that the majority of people who are sexually active have had this happen to them. In my book, it's a normal part of the act.

oh- and can i ask you a question? How did it come about that you and your friend just happened to have sex? Did you discuss if first? Or were you just both horny and decided to go at it? Just curious.


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All the time! ALL OF THE DAMN TIME!

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he's the lead guitarist for my band and we were at a one on one rehearsal... we've liked eachother for a while, we knew it was safe, we knew it was ok. it was like... whee, really good sex. five times in a day. wow.

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My boyfriend and I had a bit of "slippage" when we were first starting out. We've gotten pretty used to each other by now, and have found the positions that work nicely for us, but even we have the occasional slip from time to time.

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funny story: my ex and i were in the middle of doing the nasty. things were pretty hot and heated. i was making A LOT of noise.......... then suddenly he slipped out and i got such a fright i screamed. it was hilarious and we still laugh about it to this day.
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quote:
he's the lead guitarist for my band and we were at a one on one rehearsal

Wow, I was going to have a one on one jam session with a girl I know, guess I'll have to think twice.

And now that I think about it, my entache's boyfriend refers to sex as "making jam" for some strange reason that neither of us can figure out, kinda puts the music term "jamming" into a whole new light really.

Anyway, enough babbling.


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