normal sexual thoughts or not?

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Everglow
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normal sexual thoughts or not?

Unread postby Everglow » Mon Jan 13, 2020 6:45 pm

another embarrassing topic from me but I am still going to ask.
yesterday at McDonalds I noticed a guy in line and I noticed the outline of his penis, he just had shorts on and nothing under them. I constantly looked but did my best in acting like I wasn't looking :roll:
Took a couple photos of him and IT. And last night I looked at the photos and masturbated to them.
I know what I was doing was wrong but I also enjoyed it. Is this something over the top for me or something normal? No way am I asking or telling my gf's about this, lol!
And, my last embarrassing question, if the outline of his penis is maybe 5 inches what would it be when erect?
I am going to go hide in the corner now :oops:

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Re: normal sexual thoughts or not?

Unread postby Sam W » Tue Jan 14, 2020 8:51 am

Hi Everglow,

You're certainly not the first person to notice something you liked about a strangers body, or to think about that stranger later on while masturbating. The only thing that isn't okay in this scenario is that you took photos of him without his permission, which is doubly not okay when there's a sexual gratification component. So, figure taking pictures of people like that is a no-go from here on out.

As for how the difference between a flaccid and an erect penis, there's really not a way to predict it. Sometimes flaccid penises get larger when they're erect, other times they stay about the same size.


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