I have been dating a nice guy for 3+ months. The first sexual encounter we had he told me he “had trouble coming – was that a problem”? I said no. I had another guy that had it – but not this severely.
He has come once in maybe 20 encounters. I have been trying to get him to come, but didn’t want to make him feel pressured about it. But as time goes we are both getting really frustrated – him sexually and me emotionally. I have been focusing more and more on a hard effort for his orgasm, meaning every encounter I spend 20-30 minutes “tickling” and licking and massaging him (he likes that), then I move into 100% focus on penis and balls and trying to get him off with my hands and mouth – for 20-40 minutes.
Tonight he asked me if I was trying to keep him from coming. Really? After one hour+ of effort TRYING? But he says I don’t listen to his direction. I hear, and I try my best. I mainly change if my mouth runs dry or I need more lube, etc. - or if he asks me to. I have never before been accused of being a clumsy lover…this is new territory, and it feels bad.
A few weeks ago I asked him to “show me”, maybe we could perform mutual self-masturbation and I could learn what he likes. He said no, and it has not been mentioned again until I did right now. He finally said he would help me on showing me – but we haven’t had sex again yet.
The original information he told me about his R.E. seems to have been replaced with “I’m a lousy and off in the clouds screw” who is not trying to get him off.
This could not be further from the truth – I mean at least for sure the part about my not wanting to get him off. He’s acting like there is no underlying issue now.
How can we talk about this reasonably, I don’t want to be a whipping post, but I DO want to please him. He’s very great at pleasing me by the way.
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