It might sound a bit like a case of sour grapes if one of your friends is complaining about her partner’s penis being a bit too much on the large side, but the truth is that it can make sex painful and very uncomfortable.
Sex isn’t something you just want to get through, it’s meant to be something enjoyable! While men are usually concerned that their penis is too small, women generally are more curious about how to enjoy a larger-than-average member. Luckily, there are ways to work around this and have a pleasurable, not painful experience.
He doesn’t want to hurt you, he wants you to feel good during sex, so let him know that sex has been painful because he’s so big. That way, you can both work together on making things more enjoyable, and it’ll also give his ego a boost!
Prepare With Foreplay
If you already engage in foreplay (and if not, why not?), then double down on it. The more time that is spent on your and your pleasure, the more aroused you’ll be, and the more your body will be prepared to take on his beautiful big dick. Even if you’re naturally quite wet, adding extra lube for more comfort is a good plan.
Assume the Position
The best plan of attack here is shallow thrusting positions. This will stop him from hitting your cervix, which is likely what is causing you pain. The closer your legs are to each other, the less likely it is he will be in too deep, making the Coital Alignment Technique (or CAT) position an excellent choice if you’re keen on missionary.
Woman-on-top is also a great position because it puts you in control of how far he enters you, how you move, and at what speed.
Sex is supposed to be fun and pleasurable for all people involved, so you should never have to brace yourself to just "take it." Speak up, spend more time on foreplay, and work those positions. You’ll be ready to take on that magnificent member in no time.
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