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  • ScorchedEarth
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    My wife was raised in a religiously conservative family and was quite prudish when we tight the knot.

    I was able to subtly get her into enjoying anal sex. One day, I was sitting in chair, she straddled my lap and we were kissing. I then slipped my hand down the back of pants, and VERY GENTLY worked the tip of my middle finger into her butt-hole. (I’d suggest wetting it with saliva, first) She started climaxing right away. She looked at me with contorted face and said: “you’re naaaasty!” But made no effort to stop me.

    With patience the finger was eventually replace by the penis and she enjoyed it. Sometimes when I was doing her vaginally from behind, she’d say: “Honey: stick it in my bum!” My wife is a black woman with a beautiful bubble-butt that I thoroughly enjoyed sodomizing.

    Sadly, after menopause, her anxiety disorder kicked in and now she’s back to conservative style sex. Oh well; it was enjoyable while it lasted.

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  • MrMr
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    My current fwb is one of few women who have actively encouraged anal. Previously I've often been too thick to fit in. Sex is meant to be enjoyed by everyone so if one aspect isn't then simply find one that is

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  • Rayn
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    Well I'm married now. But over the years, I've been inside many vaginas. Granted some are better than others for varying reasons, but i have yet to come across or in one that I'd describe as horrific. I also wouldn't say that you're an anal addict either, although you may be conditioned for it.

    First, it sounds like the two of you may not be sexually compatable. The key here is to communicate and be open to the things that pleases each otner. There will be some adjustments here, especially with a new partner. But try to find a common ground. If you can't do that, neither of you will be happy or satisfied with the sexual aspect of your relationship.

    Second, if you're willing, you can recondition your body. Remember, our bodies are generically and physically designed for vaginal sex. As you mentioned, over 10 years you became conditioned for anal sex. So therefore you can become conditioned for vaginal sex. And that's not to say that anal sex will never be an option again. But your new girlfriend will need to be open for it. Here's a thought that you can bring up. Perhaps during sex, you can start out vaginal so she's satisfied then finish anal so you're satisfied.

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  • Rabbit7419
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    Originally posted by Wednesday L.F. View Post
    If sex with your girlfriend is "horrific," you might consider whether this relationship is right for you.
    Horrific for both of us, of course. Imagine how my GF feels when I need masturbate inside her vagina to complete the intercourse. It's caused by anal addiction. The best and tight vagina doesn't satisfy me. Just ***. Horrific the situation, not the woman, ok?

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  • jns
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    Originally posted by Rabbit7419 View Post
    I become a sexual addicted after my first marriage. My ex-wife loves this kind of intercourse and me too. Sadly we broke up the relationship last year. Now I have a girlfriend who doesn't accept anal sex. After ten years of practice it I don't find any pleasure in vaginal sex. To satisfy my GF I have masturbate me with my penis insider her vagina. It's horrific. What should I do? Help me.
    Originally posted by Wednesday L.F. View Post
    If sex with your girlfriend is "horrific," you might consider whether this relationship is right for you.
    If you and your girlfriend wish to spend the time and effort, you should be able to retrain your body to find pleasure from vaginal sex. It will be a matter of psychological conditioning starting with no sexual release on your part unless it is by vaginal sex. Abstain from everything but foreplay for several days, then have vaginal sex. If you don't climax, repeat. After a while your body will reach climax unless there is a medical reason for not reaching climax. You can continue giving her oral as part of the foreplay. While you are down there, you might find out just how fascinating her vagina is.

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  • Wednesday L.F.
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    If sex with your girlfriend is "horrific," you might consider whether this relationship is right for you.

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    Anal addicted

    I become a sexual addicted after my first marriage. My ex-wife loves this kind of intercourse and me too. Sadly we broke up the relationship last year. Now I have a girlfriend who doesn't accept anal sex. After ten years of practice it I don't find any pleasure in vaginal sex. To satisfy my GF I have masturbate me with my penis insider her vagina. It's horrific. What should I do? Help me.
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