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Is this sensitivity normal?

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Question - (14 February 2017) 3 Answers - (Newest, 18 February 2017)
A female United Kingdom age 51-59, anonymous writes:

We had sex which was great. But he hadn't had sex for a year and his penis was ultra sensitive even for me to touch. I wanted to pull and squeeze his penis, I wanted to give him oral, but he stopped me, saying his penis is too sensitive? Is this normal, how long should this be so.. oral sex, and me being able to pleasure a man in such a way, gives me pleasure too, I really want to.

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A female reader, aunt honesty Ireland + , writes (18 February 2017):

aunt honesty agony auntIt's probably first time nerves, he probably felt under preassure, it should get better in time

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A reader, anonymous, writes (15 February 2017):

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Thanks WiseOwlE, yes first time us together having sex, however we both enjoyed it to return for more to come, it seems we are 'in a relationship' now (his words) however, I will ask as you suggest, if he prefers not to have oral, I don't intend to rush this relationship. What will be will be, hopefully it's a marathon rather than a sprint finish. Much appreciate your reply

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A male reader, WiseOwlE United States + , writes (14 February 2017):

Some guys are ticklish or extra-sensitive, yes. He may have been concerned about premature-ejaculation. You don't say how long this has been the case between you two. I assume you had sex for the first time? Seems he may have done a lot of masturbating during his dry-spell.

If this has been an ongoing experience; maybe he doesn't prefer oral-sex. Gently encourage him to give you a chance to show him you know what you're doing. Tell him you'll stop if he finds no pleasure in it. Watch the teeth!!!

To be honest, unless he's super-ticklish; it makes very little sense.

Give him time to get used to the act of real-sex again. If he hasn't had sex for all that time, he just might need to ease his way back.

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