having sex with a virgin, need tip
Posted Fri Jan 28, 2011 08:52 PM
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Posted Sat Jan 29, 2011 07:05 AM
Oh, and you don't need me to remind you of the condoms, do you?
Posted Sat Jan 29, 2011 08:30 AM
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Posted Sat Jan 29, 2011 01:16 PM
But then, if and when possible, a really really intense fucking or cunnilingus, with orgasm, should follow. Even if it's the 2nd or 5th time. I find that without that , it's "really nice, tingles, thanks." But when they cross over into orgasm, watch out! But you cannot rush that.
FWIW, in my experience, genuine connection and great like or even love was present, or at least some emotion.
Posted Sat Jan 29, 2011 01:41 PM
Actually, this is not entirely true if she frequently masturbates at home. Yes, it should be in a place where she feels safe and comfortable, but if it is in a relatively new location, it will enhance the high you experience during sexual arousal.
There is a classic psychological study that was done on rats. Researchers addicted the rats to heroin. They then gave a slightly larger dose than usual and put the rats in two conditions: half of the rats remained in the exact same place where they were always given heroin. The other group was put in a different location. Although they all received an identical dose, every single rat in the second group died. When you are on a drug, your body is constantly working towards homeostasis. It is much easier for this to happen when you are in a familiar environment, so you experience the high much more intensely in places where you are not very familiar.
During sex, our brain releases dopamine, which is definitely a drug. The implications here are that if you have sex in a non-familiar environment, the dopamine in your brain will be very intense for a longer period of time. This is partly why people enjoy sex in public places. There are other obvious reasons, such as the adrenaline compounding the effects of dopamine.
I'm not saying you should take her anywhere in particular. I just think the sexual implications of the rat study are interesting.
Posted Sat Jan 29, 2011 09:24 PM