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Tahuiarl
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Hi, this is sort of long so bear with me.

Okay, I'm 19 and my boyfriend and I have been together just over a year. I love him with all my heart and we plan on getting married eventually.
Well, we've been living together since June. For a while after moving in with him my sex drive disappeared. There was really no reason for it that I could pinpoint, it just did. (His constant nose-picking and ignorance on how to put dirty socks in the hamper couldn't have helped the situation).
Anyway, for a really long time I didn't want to have any sex. It made me angry just to think about it. Well, now my sex drive is back in full swing and I am completely unsatisfied.
All he wants to do is get his and then be done with it. I haven't had an orgasm in I don't know how long (at least one that wasn't brought on by a vibrator) and I WANT ONE! Is that too much to ask?
Here's an example: I was asleep and was having a sexual dream. Apparently I was making noises in my sleep and that turned my boyfriend on. Well, I woke up to him giving me manual sex. Once I was awake he insisted on me performing manual sex on him and when he was done I wanted mine and he said, "I can't baby, my hands are tired." He then rolled over and went to sleep! HELP ME!
I don't know what to do anymore. I am tired of always doing it myself and using my new best friend, my vibrator. UGH! I can't get no satisfaction!!
Also, I am sort of into S&M and he is too, but not as much as me. For me to really get turned on I have to be dominated and I really enjoy dirty talk and all he wants to do is touch me, have me touch him, have sex, and then be over with it. I want more!
What do I do to make him more interested in pleasing me too?? I want to know because I have been tempted to stray if I don't get it from him and I don't want that because I really love him and he is an incredible lover when he feels like it. Someone PLEASE help me. PLEASE!!

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-Tahuiarl


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Gumdrop Girl
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i've got an article that'd be perfect for you! Sexual Negotiations for the Long Haul.

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Tahuiarl
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Thanks for your reply and so soon! The article was helpful! I think also in a way I just needed to vent! Thanks again! If there are anymore ideas let me know too!!

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-Tahuiarl


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