This is reality, not fantasy, after all. If it's you that doesn't want to commit then my answer is very possible. At 15, now isn't the time to be talking him into chances. If you continue to have sex with him, get on reliable birth control first. Some people really, really like it, some like it fine, others could care less, some don't like it, some strongly dislike it. Which leads me to believe he has a fear of some kind.
But for completeness, I should just say that there are a few guys who have retarded ejaculation because they are on some medication that delay orgasm. I have been advised to take tranquilizers to cure my slight premature ejaculation. Often in porn that is presented as a sort of humiliation, though I would not say that my sense is that's how most men or women who enjoy each others' fluids in real life usually feel about it when they engage in ejaculating on or inside of a partner's body. Also, i didnt have unprotected sex with him at all, cause people seem to think i have. Tranquilizers might make you a little less nervous, but that's about it. I know it can seem pretty vague to answer questions like this with different people like different things, but that really is what this all boils down to. Try to figure out what it is he is afraid of will happen if he comes in you.
In that talk, constantly push the matter of why he wouldn't cum in you. Also, when I last brought it up directly, he started talking about it ruining my flavor, which is funny as he has no objection to kissing me deeply after he has come in my mouth. It's pretty rare for any two people to find that they share exactly the same set of sexual desires, likes and dislikes, wants and needs: more often, we will have plenty of places we intersect, but some where we don't. What I want to know is if it means anything for men to come inside? Sometimes life just finds a way. You as the female don't really feel anything when there's no condom.
You've gone through the typical exercises of seduction, friendship and caring, only to have been rejected and thwarted again and again. Honestly, I think the thought of come bothers me. It sounds to me like the kind of man who is itching to leave a trail of baby mamas in his wake. Maybe he needs the extra 'tightness' of his own hand no offence or however else he finishes - you have not said. He actually reaches the point of ejaculation in me and then switches - so he could, but won't. You must see a doctor and do a pregnancy test immediately. Yea we know and feel the difference every step of the way your not alone.
I'm very sad about this and thinking it could be enough to break us. And his friends will probably hit on you, so they can also cum on your tits. So, for instance, even if ejaculating inside your body felt, physically, very good to your boyfriend, if it made you scared, nervous, uncomfortable or unhappy, that'd likely impact his experience a lot and it would probably not feel so good to him overall. Usually a woman will ovulate sometime between about day 11 and 16 of her cycle. I wanted his love and approval. But I just cannot do it when inside her vagina.
Sources for failure rate of birth control methods: Heath Department, University of Arizona: Student Wellness Center, University of California, David: Health Education Center, University of California, Irvine: ----- How can you convince him? In the future, spermicide is an option. A blowjob is something alpha males do for themselves. Get yourself more on an adult footing in the world before you decide to start taking any more adult risks than you already are. Is it true that an orgasm is more enjoyable for a guy if it happens inside his partner? We are not kids and I have no idea, outside of his having children, if he has always taken the option to withdraw. Basically, he wants to ejaculate in you. I read in a book that sometimes you really are pregnant but you end up getting a miscarriage and hence leaves you with blood.
It's vastly more pleasurable to me too. A male reader, anonymous, writes 14 July 2010 : I can't believe you are struggling to get your guy to bust a nut inside you. A few days ago he asked if he could come inside me and I said yes. When you are getting great pleasure from it, he should be happy he can bring that pleasure to you, as anyone who loves someone will be thrilled when they can bring them ultimate pleasure. Illustration by Robert Ullman I love reading your column and never thought that I would have a reason to write to you, but to my pleasure and chagrin, I realized today that I could use your help.
I could see he was getting desperate. Some people like fluid-sharing in any number of ways sometimes, but not others. No, I certainly won't tell you to let him come elsewhere - to ejaculate inside a woman's pussy as a climax to lovemaking is, I would have thought, every man's ultimate - certainly is mine. It's a given that when a person tightens their buttocks it pulls the legs back and thrusts their genitals forward. It's not something that I can't wait for. Nothing happens in a vacuum, and by staying engaged rather than retreating and pulling away, you have your best chance to really experience emotional intimacy with your partner. I've not been in this situation before, but I'm finding it demoralising.
There are some American websites which suggest that young men who have that condition should do exercises to stretch the foreskin and make it looser. Let's shift this question a little bit, because ultimately, what you're asking isn't just about guys. A female reader, , writes 13 July 2010 : dayd is verified as being by the original poster of the question Thank you to everyone. I can't orgasm inside her … why? Even then birth control is not 100% fool proof. We can either just nix doing something we don't like or aren't interested in, we can try something to see if we do like it with that partner then see how we feel, we can seek out middle ground that may have aspects of something a partner likes without the aspects we don't. Because semen contains sperm, and thus, part of the material for creating life, it's understandably a body fluid that some men and women find to be especially meaningful or important, especially when shared. But I Want To Know Why Wasnt I Ever Pregnant.