How to Have Great Sex with a Bigger-Than-Average Penis

If you are looking for a guide on how to have great sexual pleasure with a bigger than average member, then this article will give you some tips on what to do when it comes to the topic of how to have great sexual pleasure with a big-bodied man.

The following is based upon my own experience and observations, but I am not claiming that these things are universal truths; they are just things that work well for me personally.

1) Keep your legs together!

2) Don’t go too fast, because you might hurt yourself.

You don’t want to bruise yourself.

3) Use lots of lube.

A little goes a long way! (I use KY Jelly). And don’t forget to put something between your labia so there’s no pain during penetration.

4) Try not to get into any sort of position where you can’t reach him all over!

5) Be gentle.

That means don’t bite him, slap him, punch him, kick him or anything else that would cause injury.

6) If you’re going to be doing it a lot, wear loose fitting clothing that doesn’t show off your body.

7) Don’t worry about getting pregnant!

There’s nothing wrong with being big-breasted!

8) Make sure you both enjoy yourselves!

Don’t take it too seriously…it’s just fun!

9) You both have fun too!

Don’t just think about yourself. Think about your man. Be sensitive to his needs.

10) If you’re comfortable with it, try to see him in as many different positions as possible.

As far as I know, this is everything you need to know about how to have great sexual pleasure with a big-bodied man. Make sure you have fun and enjoy yourself!

The things listed above are helpful to know, but the best way to achieve great sexual pleasure is to listen to your partner and do what feels good for you both. If you’re comfortable with your body then you shouldn’t have any problems.

Make sure you get yourself off at some point during the encounter and try different types of movements and attractions. Just because something works one way, doesn’t mean it won’t feel just as good another way!

As long as both of you are enjoying yourselves, then you’ll be fine. If not, then try something else. That’s all there is to it!

12.3 Tips On How To Have Great Intercourse With A New Lover

12.3.1 Be Yourself

One of the best ways to make sure that both you and your lover have a great time, is to just be yourself from the start. Many people try to hide who they really are at first because they’re afraid that the other person will not like what they see. But by trying to hide yourself, you’ll never know if your partner really likes you just for who you are.

If you don’t feel comfortable being sexually open, then wait until you’re both more comfortable with each other. You want to try to experience positive sexual encounters, not negative ones. So don’t try anything that is beyond your level of comfort.

12.3.2 Try Something New

While it’s best to just be yourself during intimacy, you should also try to incorporate at least one new thing into the bedroom. Maybe your partner has always wanted to try going from behind, or you have always wanted to use a small glass toy.

Don’t be afraid to try something new. You never know, you could both end up really enjoying it.

12.3.3 Be Creative

Once you’ve gotten more comfortable with your lover and have decided to throw in some new things into the bedroom. You need to incorporate creativity with these things. If you usually have missionary position, then try doing it from behind. If you usually use your hand, then try using a toy.

Don’t just copy what you’ve seen in some pornographic movie. Be experimental and creative with your new ideas.

12.3.4 Enjoy Yourself

This is probably the most important thing of all. If you are uncomfortable or unsatisfied with something your partner is doing, then you need to tell them right away. Do not just suffer in silence, because this will make both you and your partner have a less enjoyable time.

Even if everything is going well, you should still tell your lover what you like and don’t like. This will help them learn what you enjoy, what you hate, and it will make the experience more fun for everyone involved.

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