It’s also possible for guys to actually make it harder ((Phrasing!
)) for others to get them off; many guys actually desensitize themselves by using an extreme level of pressure or friction that the human body just can’t match; they jerk themselves through their clothing, or rub themselves against a wash cloth or a carpet.
There’s a lot of anxiety surrounding being a virgin.
We live in a society that has a notable double-standard on sexuality, especially where virginity is concerned; male virgins (past a certain age) are seen as being immature, incomplete man-children, utter losers who can’t get a woman.
Some guys need more stimulation to the underside of the glans while others need pressure more than friction.
Some need more varied friction while others do better with a specific rhythm. after all, how’s a partner supposed to get you off when don’t know what you need?
A woman who is a virgin is a vision of innocence and purity…
Similarly, women benefit from familiarity with themselves.because it’s information our partners would rather dearly like to know.We like to make jokes-that-aren’t-really-jokes about how guys are easy to please and every guy jerks it the exact same way… Just as no two women masturbate the same way, neither do guys.Side note: This, by the way, is a very heteronormative definition of virginity; anal sex evidently does not “count” for women… And yet many gay men inexperienced; the ones who have had next to no sexual contact whatsoever, whether it be kissing, playing with another person’s junk, dry-humping or even having someone acknowledge one’s erection without pointing and laughter. This is one of the aspects that trips up many virgins.They assume that because they haven’t had the all-important First Time that they’re going to be crap in bed…