He recently asked me to pleasure myself in front of him, and it's not the first time he has made this request. I've heard this can be really hot for couples and I want to try it, but I'm worried I'll feel awkward the whole time. How can I masturbate for my BF without feeling so uncomfortable?
Masturbation is a normal sexual activity that most people enjoy at one point or another in their lives. Not all people masturbate, but for those who do, there is nothing to be ashamed of or try and hide. Whether or not to tell your husband or your wife or partner about your masturbation and your masturbation practices is really up to you.
An opportunity presents itself. I slip my right hand down my pajama pants and move slowly, careful not to bump my elbow into his side rib, or bring my hips into it. Too much movement or sound will wake him, and to be found out for something like this is not just embarrassing but potentially destructive.
My husband is very "private. When I ask him about it, he gets very awkward and just says he's having "stomach issues" but I know it's not true. I just want him to feel comfortable and I honestly think I could learn from it if I see how he does it himself, because that will show me exactly how he likes it, wants it
I love sexbut if I had to choose between touching myself and letting my husband do it for me, more often than not, I'm going solo. After nearly 20 years of marriage, I have no reservations about owning what I want and how I want it in the bedroom, and doing it on my own when necessary. But owning this fact about myself was no easy feat.
At the touch of love everyone becomes a poet. Many men report loving the sight of their wives being aroused and achieving orgasm. If your husband has experienced sexual refusal or gate-keeping in your marriage, masturbating for him has the added bonus of demonstrating your acceptance of yourself as a sexual being.
Has your husband ever asked you to touch yourself in front of him? Most men are visual. What would he think of me?
I am in a dilemma. I have been married for nineteen years. Although I would have liked to make love more often, my husband never seemed interested — so I assumed he had a low level of sexual desire.
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