Am I addicted to porn? My girlfriend and I enjoy experimenting orally with one another and sometimes I find it hard to cum and I don`t know if thats because I am not recieving what I believed it would be like, if you see what I mean. When she gives me a blow job, it arouses me so bad and I want to cum, but my penis doesn`t seem to want to let my flow of semen rise and I have had to masturbate myself to cum. It is the same problem when she masturbates me too, I have to finish the job off. I have finished looking at porn now, but has masturbatiuon over porn made this happen? Can anyone help? Im so so scared that when we do actually have sex, I will not be able to cum. Also, when I masturbate by myself, I can do it easily. My girlfriend is beautiful and sexy and this problem is scaring me so much! HELP PLEASE!
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First off, take a deep breath, okie? And next time you post, please don't use slang, like "cum". Using proper words like orgasm or ejaculate help us help you ...
Honestly, i dont think your partner would care if you ejaculated or not. That's probably not the reason she's doing it. She's doing it to please you, and from what you've said, she's doing that.
Any type of sex w/ a partner is something that takes practice. So far you've been used to just masturbation, which is really 'self sex' ... maybe it'll take time. It's also not the end of the world if you don't ejaculate the first time you have intercourse. Some guys just don't, and that's fine.
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