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Tuesdays With Nina: Husband is Impotent and Won't Seek Help

Tuesdays With Nina: Husband is Impotent and Won't Seek Help
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Everybody makes jokes about how once you get married, you stop having sex, but it's really no joke when a couple struggles with issues that prevent them from having a satisfying sex life or in the case of some couples, any sex life at all.

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MarkHosehead  

A year ago, I started finding impotence setting in, and I actually felt comfortable about that. I love foreplay, kissing, seducing, caressing, fingering, play at the G-spot. I don't need an erection to connect with a lover, and honestly, I connect more without an erection distracting both of us and setting the penetration expectation. I still get a great rush with exploring a partner, and she gets a probably more intense experience connecting with me in return.

It also reduces the concerns about pregnancy and STD risks with newer partners. Not everyone's experience, but it works for myself and my partners quite nicely.

02/01/2012
PIPEMANLOS  

Hi nice

12/02/2013
PIPEMANLOS  

Hi nice

12/02/2013
fatwood9x8  

Hello Nina, I've loved you for years, you have the best waist to hip ratio, hour glass look that is so hot. I was hired By Althea at Hustler Magazine years ago, so you know how long she's been gone and how long ago that was, to do some porn shorts and told me that YOU were probably be one of the girls I would work with, they said you were a nurse or maybe it was a nurse skit. They sent me a plane ticket and everything to fly to LA but my future wife had a shit fit and it never happened, Boy the things I wish I had done but didn't, I did do some Bits and Pieces stuff for their magazine when it was based here in Columbus, Ohio, Seeing you again showed me how big my cock could still grow. I still got it. If you would like to talk about anything id really like that. text me or email jimkendrick@live.com or 614.499.2030 Jim

Feb 23, 8:38 pm

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