Where to start if you've been faking orgasms with your partner for years...? - from Em and Lo

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A woman wrote into EMandLO.com this week to tell us that she's been faking orgasms with her boyfriend for two years. She's now backed herself into an orgasm-less corner, and doesn't know how to get out. What would you tell her to do? The band-aid approach of immediate honesty? Or could that wreck their relationship? Is there a gentle way to break this news to a partner?
02/22/2011
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markeagleone markeagleone
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Originally posted by Em & Lo
A woman wrote into EMandLO.com this week to tell us that she's been faking orgasms with her boyfriend for two years. She's now backed herself into an orgasm-less corner, and doesn't know how to get out. What would you tell her to do? The ... More
I think she should be honest about it. If her boyfriend loves her, then there shouldn't be a problem. The two of them, together, may be able to solve the issue. Otherwise, a doctor may have to be involved. People shouldn't shy away from being honest.
02/22/2011
LavenderSkies LavenderSkies
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Originally posted by markeagleone
I think she should be honest about it. If her boyfriend loves her, then there shouldn't be a problem. The two of them, together, may be able to solve the issue. Otherwise, a doctor may have to be involved. People shouldn't shy away from being honest.
I agree. Honesty is the best way to go about this, despite it being a possibly large blow to his ego..
02/23/2011
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