I feel like a failure.

Im 22 years old. Im a really attractive female. I love having s** giving head and all that great stuff. I have been with a hand ful of guys, I have NEVER gotten off from s** alone and I feel so bad. I only c** when I touch myself thats it. My boyfriend now feels s***** that he cant get me off. Its not his fault hes great at everything I just honestly think I was born without a g spot... is this common?

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  • You havnt met a proper lover if you got a man to lick you for an hour then giv you 10ins ud be fine

  • I married my wife at age 19. She didn't start having good o****** until she was 35. Part of the problem was that I got off too quickly and we didn't do afterplay. She didn't like much foreplay either. Eventually she relaxed ahead of s** and I slowed down, and she started getting off. It was good while it lasted.

  • It is completely common to not be able to get off during vaginal s** only, so don't freak out. It is not, however, that you've been born without a g-spot.

    You are still pretty young, and you likely just have trouble reaching it. In many cases, the feeling is so foreign to women who have never had a g-spot o***** with a partner, that they psych themselves out and that's the whole reason they can't o***** that way. It's a tough spot to hit, trust me. I'm almost 30, and I can still count the number of times I've hit a g-spot o***** during s**. I've been with my partner for over a year, and some days it works, other days it doesn't. It has nothing to do with him.

    But one thing that IS important is a lot of foreplay. Most women need at least 20 minutes of foreplay (oral s**, fingering, breast play) before they're even capable of reaching a g-spot o*****. If you're not putting in the time with foreplay, that could be another reason.

    And in the meantime, why not add a vibrator to your s** sessions? Holding a small vibrator on your c*** during s** is a sure-fire way to o*****. Plus, I'm sure he'll find it hot to watch you play.

    Hope this helps! :)

  • I would go see a sexual therapist. I knew a girl who couldn't get off from anyone else - she was molested for years. I don't know if that's the case with you. I do think it is on a mental level, not a lack of a G-spot. Don't feel down though, I think if you went to sexual therapy you'd be good to go.

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