NewPhillyGuy Posted July 13, 2008 Share Posted July 13, 2008 Damn, now, here's something I never thought I'd post about on this site. I REALLY, REALLY hope no one I know reads this. I can get aroused really quickly. Just kissing a girl will cause an erection. I don't think there's anything wrong with that. What annoys me is - if I'm making out with a girl in bed, and I'm laying on top of her, clothes on, etc - I will still come after alot of making out! Does this happen to any other guys? This happens to me when I first start seeing a girl and I haven't had sex in a while. If we start having sex regularly, it doesn't happen that much, but can still happen. When I'm having intercourse, I usually come within a few minutes - it's very quick, because I'm usually pretty aroused by the time we get to having sex. I usually try to get alot of foreplay in there. What I hate is being "done" and knowing I haven't gotten the girl to come. I sometimes fear a girl will lose interest in me/sex with me, because I come too quickly and won't satisfy her. In the past with girlfriends, what I have done is spend alot of time fingering her and such, trying to get her as close as possible, and then start having sex with her when she's just about it come. It worked out that we both managed to come at the same during sex, which is great and what I wanted. When the girl can't come from foreplay though, I'm at a loss. The only thing that I've done is been honest and explain to the girl that I come pretty quickly the first time around. About 30 minutes after that, I can get an erection again and will last longer. I can usually go 3-4 times before getting too tired to have sex, each time lasting longer. This has worked out pretty well before. I'm just wondering if guys have had similar experiences, and how they dealt with the embarrassment of coming too quickly. I'd like to think that most girls are understanding and wouldn't get frustrated because of this, but you never know. I hate to think that someday I might lose a girl over it. Link to comment
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