She's too skinny for my sausage
Hello, Kitty: I'm having issues with a new girl. I can't figure out if I'm settling for less or just being shallow. We've been dating for about three months and things are pretty great. Emotionally and mentally we really click, but physically she's just not clearing the bar. The problem is, she's too petite. I like full-figured women but thought I would try something different with her. Unfortunately, because of her size, the sex is taking a hit. We have sex only once a night because anything more than that just hurts her too much. We've tried lube, but she still taps out before I'm done. As a result, I'm constantly looking at other women and thinking about them. Should I just get over myself and accept that I have a great girl or cut her loose to find a bigger pot of gold?
Hey, Marvin: Who's to say which qualities you should value in a mate? If an emotional and mental connection is not enough to forgive your sweetie's slim bod, move the hell on. Besides, I get the impression she is no more than a place to rest your schlong anyway. So if your current cooch isn't good enough, you're not wrong to find one that is. On the other hand, if you'd like to continue on with this girl, it's not impossible. Sure, women come in all shapes and sizes, and the sex is just as varied. One person's pounding is another's pleasure. So maybe it's your stroke that's causing her discomfort. Your between-the-sheets activities should be a practice in mutuality, and if she's made to feel like a means to your end, it's easy to understand why she might put a stop to things before you've had a chance to "finish." Sexual pain can be medical, mental, or a product of her size. In any case, there are solutions. If you're interested in holding things together, help her find a solution. If you're at the end of your rope, say adios. The pressure you're placing on her is unfair, and there are plenty of women with large enough Tupperware to store your sausage. Meow.
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