I am a cross-dresser and have been doing it privately for years. My wife has never suspected and as much as I'd like to tell her, I've never been game to.
Recently, she found some underwear that I'd bought for myself on the internet in the washing. She's questioned me about it and I think now thinks I'm having an affair.
I don't know what is worse - her thinking I'm having an affair or finding out that I'm a cross-dresser. What should I do?
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I think my husband is pretending that's he's come when he hasn't. He makes all the right noises and thrusts wildly but but when I go to the toilet afterward there doesn't appear to be any semen ejaculated.
I'm confused - why would a man fake it?
I masturbate but only in private. My new boyfriend wants me to do it in front of him but the thought of it makes me hot with embarrassment.
To me, it's something you should do in private only. I'd be interested to know what you think about it.
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I like being in the girl-on-top position but whenever we really start getting into it, my boyfriend's penis often falls out, usually at a crucial moment! Why does this happen?
A few months ago, my girlfriend told me she was actually bisexual and also enjoyed sleeping with women.
She asked if it was fine if she had the odd girly fling and I said it was OK but now she seems to have more fun having sex with females than me.
Is she bi-sexual or just too scared to admit she's gay?
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I was a virgin before I slept with my husband so he's the first and only man I've ever slept with.
Sometimes, I find it hard to feel his penis inside me during intercourse. I can feel him penetrate but that's it. Is this normal?
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