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Hello all you sexy munchkins of the Intertubes, and welcome to Ask Dr. Can you break it to them without breaking their heart in the process? Turn out the lights and break out the chips, dips, chains and whips. He is not about any of it. How do I stop? Do I just re myself to never having any of these pregnant kink ever? Do I just shut up about it and hope he changes his mind?
Other people are more like Hobbits—adventure, even in the bedorom, is something that happens to other people. They may not be the most experimental of people, but still waters can run deep. Nor does it mean that the two are mutually incompatible. By the same token, the less adventurous types can be encouraged to try some new things. You just have to be careful with how you go about doing it. Introducing kink into a relationship — or even just more adventurous play — can be a bit tricky at times. This has less to do with an actual lack of desire in trying something new and more to do with the comfort that comes with the status quo.
The known is safe. The known is secure. It just means that some people will need time to warm up to an idea, instead of being willing to dive right in. Hell, even continually pushing someone over pregnant kink they want to do can turn them off. They just want to take it at their pace. If you want your boyfriend to try some of the things that get your motor running, if he ever does, you have to let him come to it on his own. Now, there are ways that you can gently nudge him, without necessarily pushing at him or dropping a clue-by-four on him.
Or he might be intrigued after seeing it at a step removed. Being in a relationship means compromise. Nobody gets everything they want in a relationship.
You may get those adventures. But depending on your boyfriend and his general proclivities… they may just have to be in your fantasies or on your screen. I write you with mixed feelings. During a recent intimate moment he confessed to a secret fetish. However, his fetish hit home and left me feeling odd. He has a secret desire to role play getting me pregnant. Unfortunately, I had a complete hysterectomy due to a medical issue. I thought I had made my peace with the idea that I cannot have and this fetish stirred up feelings that I thought were buried. There is no way that I could ever get pregnant and the thought of role playing this is kind of a turn off for me.
He also knows what happened and said that he is fine with not having children since he has siblings with. Which left me feeling even more confused and wondering if he secretly does want. It felt forced and completely awkward for me. So, I told him we could RP pregnant kink fetish, but just not every time. I realize that some of this is my own baggage, but how can I explain my feelings to him without making him pregnant kink weird for opening up to me? You help would be amazeballs!
Regards, Speechless and Confused. Like I said to AYBABTU, one of the things that helps make a relationship work in the long-term is feeling as though your sexual desires and interests are acknowledged and accepted. What it is about is his spunk. For some guys, things like testosterone and semen are critical parts of their masculinity. To answer the obvious question: yeah, for once, you can pretty safely blame porn for this.
The more ejaculate they can produce, the more manly they are. The more manly they are, the greater the power of their sperm and their spunk. The idea of being so incredibly potent that they could get someone pregnant by staring at them becomes exciting. And so, in a very real way, they fetishize their semen. If your boyfriend ever wants a chance to role-play this again, then he needs to pregnant kink his roll. Next, explain what the issue is.
In this case, the idea of being impregnated is kind of a buzzkill for you because hey, you have complicated feelings around having had a hystorectomy. Are there other ways that you two could get the same groove without necessarily pouring lemon juice on that particular wound? Is there another way of expressing the same erotic excitement?
And then you give him space to respond. With luck, the two of you can find some compromise that works for you both. But, as usual, not everything is perfect in our sex life. We have sex a lot.
Pretty much every day. The sex is always good, albeit exhausting. She likes things very dirty. We both always orgasm, although it usually takes a little while. She almost always asks me to get out some toys we keep in our bedside table. One is a pretty standard G-Spot type vibrator. The other is pretty massive. She always winds up using both and will typically climax two more times. And she always tells me to just lay there while she takes care of herself, which never winds up happening.
I always wind up needing to get involved as it usually takes her another pregnant kink to start climaxing again.
Let her teach you how to use them on her. Share your thoughts and experiences in the comments. Ask Dr. Write doc doctornerdlove. NerdLove and the Dr. NerdLove podcast. Telling your partner, who has had a hysterectomy, that your thing is acting like you got them pregnant is incredibly shitty. The A. By Harris O'Malley. Image via Shutterstock. Continue reading.Pregnant kink
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