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Hey everyone

well i need sum help bcuz my boyfriend is shy 2 go below the belt wit me
he thinks its ok 2 go and finger me but he doesnt want me give him hand.. he says he is embaraasssed.. but if he loves me like he says he does why shuld he? i dont mind that he is a late bloomer how can i xplain that idont care if he isnt finished growinthere?!


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It could be a lot of things. It could be that he doesn't care for being on the recieving end of manual sex -- some people like to do certain sexual acts but not have those things done to them, and that's perfectly normal and okay. It might be that he's just not ready to do that yet, or he could be embarrassed or self-concious about his body. Either way, it's something to talk about with him. Communication really is the key to a good relationship.

And hon, in the future, could you please remember to post using standard English? It's part of the guidelines you agreed to follow when you signed up, and it makes it a lot easier for everyone to understand what you've written.


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