"My wife can get off but not with me." Just LOL @ this cuck!

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Just fucking LOL :giggle:

http://www.slate.com/articles/life/...couldn_t_orgasm_during_sex_she_was_lying.html

Where Do You Get Off?

My wife always said she couldn’t orgasm during sex. But she can—just not with me.

Dear Prudence,

I have been in a good marriage for more than a decade, and we have had what I consider to be a normal, loving sexual relationship. With one major exception—my wife has never achieved orgasm with me. She has always told me it is not a big deal to her, although we have certainly tried and it is something we have discussed repeatedly. She is able to achieve orgasm by herself, but never with me, and she’s said never with any other man. A few nights ago, she accidentally let slip that she did achieve orgasm with her ex-husband. Upon further discussion it turns out it happened many times and very easily. I’m devastated. Why did she never tell me before, given the number and intensity of our discussions on the issue? Am I such a wretched lover that I am hopeless? She feels that since her ex cheated on her, her defensive walls went up and she won’t let herself be vulnerable or trusting enough. I am in quite a tailspin, and she recognizes how deeply I am hurt by this admission and she feels terrible about it. But it’s not something that’s going to be easy to push out of either of our minds when we next try. Help!
—Hurt Husband

Dear Hurt,
So your wife associates orgasmic sex with an ex-husband who ended up cheating on her. In her mind, having an orgasm with her devoted, faithful husband of more than a decade is a psychological barrier she doesn’t want to cross, because it will remind her of what a good lover husband No. 1 was. This is taking Pavlovian conditioning to new and self-punishing levels. I guess you’re lucky your wife agrees to intercourse at all, since that was something she did with her ex. Her reasoning could be extended even more: “Jerry and I used to eat out a lot, but I found credit card receipts showing he ate out with Elaine—so I can never eat in a restaurant with you.” If you’d said that no partner of yours had ever reached orgasm, I might have suggested you lacked peak performance skills. But you seem to have worked assiduously to get her off. Now comes the revelation that she can climax at the drop of the pants—just not with you. I agree that your next time in the sack is going to be rather tense. So you need to talk more with your wife about this before getting into bed. Don’t be sorrowful or defensive—instead act as if this has the potential to be wonderful news. Ask your wife if there’s some magic trick that her ex did that you would be more than happy to try to incorporate—maybe you will discover some terra incognito of her erotic life. But if it truly is a psychological barrier, you need to make clear it’s diminishing the pleasure both of you get from your intimacy, and that all these years later you hope she can let go of what was a specious connection to begin with. Even if the most she can do at this point is masturbate in front of you that could be a breakthrough that leads to more mutual satisfaction.

—Prudie
 

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I understand threesomes, mfm, fmf, you just share the partner

I don't understand cuckoldry at all, can't fuck either of them and just watch it, why is that better than porn?
 

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Hilarious, I love her rationalisation: "She feels that since her ex cheated on her, her defensive walls went up and she won’t let herself be vulnerable or trusting enough."

LOL so her ex cheated on her? He was most likely an "alpha-male" then, who had his pick with women. Where as her current husband is a fucking beta provider. THATS why her EX made her orgasm, he was a LOVER, a guy with great genes, so her genes wanted to mate with him. She dont want to mate with you mr beta provider.

Thats the right red pill answer, not the nonsense he received from the "expert".


 

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RealRob said:
Hilarious, I love her rationalisation: "She feels that since her ex cheated on her, her defensive walls went up and she won’t let herself be vulnerable or trusting enough."

LOL so her ex cheated on her? He was most likely an "alpha-male" then, who had his pick with women. Where as her current husband is a fucking beta provider. THATS why her EX made her orgasm, he was a LOVER, a guy with great genes, so her genes wanted to mate with him. She dont want to mate with you mr beta provider.

Thats the right red pill answer, not the nonsense he received from the "expert".
Exactly. I Nicholas Cage laughed out loud (someone please produce that gif) when I read that part
 

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Sounds like hubby has a tiny cock and/or simply doesn't make his woman wet.
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RealRob said:
Hilarious, I love her rationalisation: "She feels that since her ex cheated on her, her defensive walls went up and she won’t let herself be vulnerable or trusting enough."

LOL so her ex cheated on her? He was most likely an "alpha-male" then, who had his pick with women. Where as her current husband is a fucking beta provider. THATS why her EX made her orgasm, he was a LOVER, a guy with great genes, so her genes wanted to mate with him. She dont want to mate with you mr beta provider.

Thats the right red pill answer, not the nonsense he received from the "expert".


Do you see how skeptical the expert is of the wife's rationalization, though?   

You can't give your writers a full blown autistic answer and say,"Her ex had a big willy and you don't.  Better luck with the next woman."   Although,  honestly,  this guy is a retard for even writing anyone.   The answer is obvious.
 
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