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Have a few questions: 1) if I don't have sex/masturbate (relieve myself) for more than 2-3 days, I start having pain in my testicles. I do not have any night fall kind of scenario except for some precum during mornings exceptionally. What should I Do? 2) My foreskin doesn't slip back the head of my penis. Though it has never caused any problems, it brings in some amount of discomfort at times while having sex. 3) Is circumcision an option. If yes, does it cause increase / decrease in sensation as my penis head Will get exposed?
My ling is small 4 inch n 1 inch mota ise kaise Lamba or mota kro and sex me koi problem na ho 8 inch lamba or 2.5inch mota chaiye N ek shot hone ke bad 2 baritone me kafi time lgta h 30 mint.
Doctor, I am 28 years old and my wife is 24 years old we have a baby boy of 6 months when we have sex my wife is paining a lot inside her vagina please help.
Sir I used to masturbate but, from past few 4 days I stopped but at night I was about to Masturbate but I didn't but At the. Mrng I came to know that the sperm was leaked what to do! please explain me! Causes precautions measures ! Plzz help me!
Physical intimacy is a very important part of our lives and defines how we relate to others and see ourselves. It is the attraction one feels towards a particular gender or group of people not just romantically, but emotionally and sexually. There is an increase in the number of people in today's world who identify themselves as bisexuals. Bisexuality is the romantic and sexual attraction or behavior towards people of any sex or gender i.e. both males and females. There are many factors that affect the sexual orientation of a person including environmental, hormonal, emotional and biological factors. Bisexuality is not a disorder that needs to be treated, nor are bisexuals psychologically disturbed.
One very misleading myth is that bisexuality is just a phase and after experimentation (usually during college years) you settle for your true identity as either a homosexual i.e. attracted towards the same sex or heterosexual i.e. attracted towards the opposite sex. Bisexuality is not a transitional period. Most bisexuals may act on their desires and choose to be with one particular sex. However, it doesn't mean that bisexuals are not attracted towards the other sex. This does not mean that they are any less faithful towards their partners than other sexual orientations such as heterosexuals, homosexuals, pansexuals etc.
Several surveys later, it has been concluded that women are more likely to identify themselves as bisexuals than males. This is because women have greater erotic plasticity as compared to men. Bisexuals are often prejudiced against and are stereotyped as highly promiscuous and sexually confused. There is also a social stigma attached to the concept of bisexuality. This is nothing more than an unfair social bias. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a sexologist.