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    starwood

    I wouldn't worry about cum stains. It is a very healthy male thing. If you are not getting it one way, then you take it any way you can.

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    starwood

    As you get older, your erections will get fewer. It would be nice if we could control them better. I am past all that now, but I wish now at times that the spontaneous would still happen. But the good thing is that I no longer have to worry about the bulge.

    Enjoy it for what it is.

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    starwood

    I am just curious as to how most males penises sit when the man is standing up, totally naked, and flacid? Does your penis point down towards the floor, do you point straight out, or do you point in some other direction?

    Why are men different? And what causes this - muscles!!!!

    For me - I point out straight in front!

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    starwood

    Now no lying her - how many times have you had sex - to climax - not just to penetration.

    My first wife and I had a pretty good sex life before we got married, and it continued after we were married. But around the time I proposed, we had sex a lot. I was especially cheesed off with a guy I worked with who was always bragging about his sex exploits at the time. He used to always get into work late and picked up the knickname of 'shags'. So, I wanted to get one up on him. So, it was the Easter long weekend - 4 days here, 5 nites, and we made it 19 times over those 5 nites and 4 days. Whenever we were alone, we were at it. 19 times to orgasm. It was only a week or so after I proposed.

    On our wedding nite, we made it to 4 times to orgasm, the next night, 5 times.

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    starwood

    I have an underwear issue, and I may have asked this before, in a sort of a different way. Where I come from, most guys wear underwear, especially underpants, whether they be briefs, boxers, trunks or whatever. But not everyone wears undershirts, whether all of the time or part of the time. For me, nowadays, I never wear them. But I want to know from other guys, do you wear undershirts just as much as you wear underpants. Do they go hand in hand?

    I was quite surprised when a kid quizzed me when I was in my early teens one summer, and he asked whether I was comfortable not wearing an undershirt. Back when I was in school, in winters and the cooler months my mother always made us wear an undershirt, but in summers and the warmer months, it was our decision.

    At present, my decision is not to wear an undershirt all year round.

    So, I was just wondering who wears an undershirt and why?

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    starwood

    I am a male, and we used the withdrawal method for some time, after we had finished having our children. We found it fairly reliable, but let me say that as a male, it is extremely frustrating having to pull out at the climax. It totally ruins the whole experience. Although I was able to cum, it can be a bit disappointing, and leaves a bit of a mess to clean up.

    In June 2003, I had a vascectomy, and that has got to have been the best decision I have had to make. Although it is a bit of a discomfort for a few days, it is a very safe form of contraception. I was given a local for the small op, in the sack, one side done, then the other, with a second local, and that was the worst bit of the whole procedure, as it stung like hell. Took about 45 minutes all up.

    My shaft and sack turned a bright shade of purple for a few days, and we had to continue using other forms of contraception for while afterwards. I had to ejaculate about 16 times, and then submit a sample to pathology. This still came up positive, so had to wait for a few more times. The second sample came back clear, and we evntually celebrated when we had a weekend away for my wife's birthday, and her parents were on the other side of the wall! This was in a huge barn, with bedrooms all round the perimeter, and you could hear a pin drop in the middle of the night.

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    starwood

    I was 21 when I lost my virginity. She was my first serious girlfriend, and eventually my first wife. My first time with her, but she had at least a few other partners.

    I was a lte bloomer, and didn't think I would ever find anyone. Then one day it just happened. We knew each other for about 3 months, and then we started dating, and so on.

    Your day will come, just let it happen. The harder you try, the less likely it is it will happen.

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    starwood

    When we saw the doctor last year, he said that he would put our son onto this extended release Ritalin later this year.

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    starwood

    My son has ADHD. He was diagnosed with it in mid 1999. He is now 11, and is on 4 x Ritalin tablets per day. Let me say that these really help, but there are still times when we have problems with him.

    We live in Canberra, Australia. We see a specialist in Sydney twice a year. Trouble is, our medical insurance system does not recognise the "procedure" this doctor undertakes. His consultation is partially covered, but we only receive a $50 refund out of costs of $200.

    This doctor is highly recommended, and the procedures do help with his ADHD.

    Despite lobbying the health department, the AMA (Australian Medical Association) and other interested parties, no one wants to tackle the medical insurance issues.

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    starwood

    I was wondering why people have different sorts of skin blemishes, yet live in the smae area. I live in Canberra, Australia, and we in Aus have bad skin canvers. I used to tan very easily, but I just don't have time anymore. I have a nice olive skin, and mostly blemish free. I have a number of moles all over my body, but not enough to be of any concern. I never had freckles on the arms or face as a kid, but have them on my shoulders now. I am a 47 year old male, and consider myself lucky yo have fairly smooth skin for a male, and my body hair is not so "bushy".

    But my question pertains to people who have dry skin and heaps of freckles. I have noticed lately that the sensual women who are models have very elegant skin. They are blessed with beauty, a nice body, etc., and then there are the bigger women out there who are fat, not as "attractive" (in a nice way) - please don't put me down for my terminology here, and have bad skin blemishes, moles and freckles.

    I gues my question is, why do the larger people and the not so beautiful end up with the skin blemishes.

    later

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