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Hello everyone. I have been with my husband for 9 years now and he has only tried to go down on me twice and its only ever a tongue flick or two. Then he just freaks out and stops. I go down on him almost every time before sex and sometimes just for the hell of it.  He says he has a fear of it because his brother got a disease from his wife . But could there be another reason. I mean he was very inexperienced when we first got together. 

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4 hours ago, Chelscurvymama said:

 I go down on him almost every time before sex and sometimes just for the hell of it.  He says he has a fear of it because his brother got a disease from his wife . 

Stop performing oral on him. Of course you realize his explanation is nonsense.

You can't make anyone do what they're not willing to.

All you can do is level the field.

Where did this STD paranoia come from? Is it possible he's cheating?

How is your relationship overall? How satisfying is the sex overall?

This is not new after 9 years of marriage so why is it suddenly an issue?

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7 hours ago, Wise Wally said:

It could be that he feels you sometimes get that "not-so-fresh feeling".  Or, it's even possible that he doesn't appreciate the playground being so close to the sewage discharge.  

Well, she can't rearrange her anatomy. 

Nice to assume she smells, btw.

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Look, I can't help you with your husband but perhaps I can assist with your vocabulary.

It's called "performing cunnilingus" not "eating me out" which makes you sound like a watermelon.

Let's try to keep it at least somewhat classy.



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