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Old 11-28-2017, 06:49 PM   #1
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Default Should I talk to him about this sex dilema?

So,about 2 months ago my boyfriend and I lost our virginity to each other,it was pretty good and safe.But then,the next time we tried, penetration didn't work.I am not feeling very well those past days and this has brought me fears of things not working again due to my lack of desire.I am truly scared of it and of disappointing my boyfriend.Should I talk to him about it?
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So,about 2 months ago my boyfriend and I lost our virginity to each other,it was pretty good and safe.But then,the next time we tried, penetration didn't work.I am not feeling very well those past days and this has brought me fears of things not working again due to my lack of desire.I am truly scared of it and of disappointing my boyfriend.Should I talk to him about it?
Yes. Absolutely. Talk to your boyfriend. When you write that “penetration didn’t work” should I assume that you did not become naturally lubricated enough for penetration to take place?

I am not certain what you mean when you write “I am not feeling very well these past few days”? Were you feeling ill during the last attempt at penetration? Were you feeling a “lack of desire” when you last attempted to, well, eff-uck?

Your post is a few days old. Have you spoken to your boyfriend yet? I would make that effort.
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