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My wife and I have been married for five years and we have been together for ten.
Ever since marriage, our sex life dropped to an unhealthy level of about one time per month on average. A couple of weeks ago, I brought it up and we almost decided to get divorced.
After talking, I brought up that I want sex to be more exciting again, and she decided that she does too. I am very open-minded sexually, and she tends to be more closed-minded, mostly due to her not knowing about a lot of different ways to express sexuality. I am very interested in getting into light bondage and strap-on play.
I told her about the strap-on fantasy, and she told me that she thought I might be gay. After showing her that most of the reviews for strap-ons are from [heterosexual] couples, she is warmer to the idea. Perhaps you could give us some advice about the pleasure of strap-on play for married couples to help ease her mind?
Kudos to the two of you for being open with each other about your sexual fantasies, desires and boundaries. The myth that a man who wants to be penetrated must be gay is just that—a myth. Guess what? You can be a heterosexual man and enjoy being penetrated, you can be masculine and enjoy being penetrated, and you can be dominant and enjoy being penetrated.
Some men may simply enjoy the physical sensation of being penetrated. For others, the cultural baggage may be part of their enjoyment—they may get off on the fact that they are breaking taboos or assuming a submissive role when they would ordinarily be expected to be dominant. These feelings can be powerfully erotic. Tantus, a U. Your sex life is not a time to cut corners. Thick, water-based gel lubricants are a popular choice for strap-on sex. You want your lube to soothe, not irritate, your butt!
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