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my husband wont leave me alone about bjs

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3 years ago
he keeps wanting bjs because sex is painful for me what to do

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3 years ago
tell him to use his hand and quit whinning. Tell him it isn't all about him so why should he be the only one getting pleasure while you get nothing in return. then cuddle with him more so he knows you still love him. men don't understand the pain part of it so you'll either have to take the pain, the whinning, or dish out something you don't want to give. either way, you won't win til you pop. sorry, and good luck.
3 years ago
I've read several of your questions regarding sex, and it's made me really worry about you. Don't get me wrong, I don't know you or your situation, but he sounds extremely insensitive and inconsiderate. Pressuring you to preform oral sex on him, having rough sex with you to the point of tearing your vaginal tissue despite the fact that it's painful to begin with?! I understand that pregnancy can be a rough time on a couple's sexual relationship. For a man, he may not see why his needs shouldn't be met. For a woman her body is changing, and her intrest may increase or decrease. But a GOOD man should understand and be sensitive to you and what you are going through. You have a developing human life growing inside of you for crying out loud! Do not be afraid to put your foot down. You do not deserve to be treated like some sort of on demand sex object. It's not like you are going to be pregnant for ever, tell him to suck it up and shut it. Best of luck to you.

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