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Problem in the bedroom

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Whathaveidoneoopsie Sun 30-Dec-12 11:41:55

I'm 32, recently started seeing a new guy (he's 34) and we get on great, he's stayed over at my house twice & I've stayed at his for 2 nights. We're also planning on spending Hogmanay together & will be staying at his house for a few days.

He's such a nice guy, so different from my ex, great with my dogs etc

The only concern I have is that we had a wee fumble in the bedroom last week, & he was 'hard' but then when we went to have sex he went too soft to be able to go further.

We'd have a few drinks so I didn't think much of it although it was a bit awkward.

Then a few days later, the first night I stayed at his house we tried again, but again he was hard during oral, but as soon as we went to have sex he couldn't stay hard enough to get in!! Sorry if this is TMI

We lay cuddling as I didn't want to make a big deal about it & he apologised just saying he was nervous as really liked me & wanted it to be right.

There's certainly no rush & the last thing I want to do is make him feel pressurised to perform so I've never mentioned it again & the last night I stayed we were both tired so had a cuddle & fell asleep.

He's got a 4 yr old child from a previous relationship which he see's twice a week so he's obviously been capable before

I really like him but I've got a high sex drive so hope this isn't going to become a problem.

Any advice or similar experiences in new relationships ?

fuckadoodlepoopoo Mon 31-Dec-12 11:36:42

Lubey. Its not exactly endless sacrificing is it! Its been what, a week? Two attempts?

The sexism and casual disregard of mens feelings on mn is a fecking disgrace.

Op. grin at your meat joke. I hope it works out for you both. I don't think that early days sex is entirely indicative of how the whole sex life is going to be, hasn't been for me anyway, its just got better and better in my current relationship. I hope that yours is the same!

SolidGoldFrankensteinandmurgh Mon 31-Dec-12 11:55:25

If you think he's nice, give him another chance. If you decide he's not for you, bin him politely and move on. This early on, it's really no big deal to dump a man if you're not having much fun with him: you don't owe him a relationship.

Also, the introducing-you-to-everyone plus wilting willy could suggest a man who's absolutely desperate not to be single and who may turn into a dreadful whining Klingon...

BelaLugosisShed Mon 31-Dec-12 12:14:25

Sorry, nervous he may be but if the combination of waking up to your warm naked body and "morning horn" haven't resulted in sex, there's not much hope. He should have been all over you like a rash.
That's not disregarding mens' feelings, it's stating the bleedin obvious wink.

BelaLugosisShed Mon 31-Dec-12 12:17:55

Just another thought, perhaps he needs you to take the lead and be sexually dominant? He may be naturally submissive and need you to be a bit stern with him?

GingerJulep Mon 31-Dec-12 12:38:45

TBH I've never progressed a relationship very far (although perhaps sometimes too far?) that didn't start well physically. It depends on priorities, for me (and sounds like OP) this is important.

Try to relax and enjoy your time together. If you don't, you don't.

And you don't have to tell him why you're ending something after such a short time. I probably would, and it would probably be the wrong thing to do.

Good luck!

fuckadoodlepoopoo Mon 31-Dec-12 14:16:35

Solid Also, the introducing-you-to-everyone plus wilting willy could suggest a man who's absolutely desperate not to be single and who may turn into a dreadful whining Klingon...

Wow what a nasty conclusion based on er not much at all. Those sort of statements say more about you than any man.

If it were a woman say, who had started seeing someone new that they really liked and perhaps wanted to introduce them to their friends and close family, i don't know, perhaps because she respected their opinions? Said woman was tense about having sex with new partners and the sex life wasn't progressing much . . . after a week . . .

I predict responses such as Well of course its fine to introduce to friends, its important they like him, if he's any sort of man he won't rush you into sex and will be patient.

Double standards, double standards, double standards. MN doesn't change and the type of people who post on it with your sort of opinions don't change.

Feck knows why i came back!

izzyizin Mon 31-Dec-12 15:55:18

O dear, fuckapoodledoodoo, you are on one today. How about a glass of wine and a nice lie down before this evening's festivites kick off?

TheDoctrineOfSnatch Mon 31-Dec-12 17:06:18

Poodle, I'm pretty sure a woman suggesting introducing a person she'd been dating for a week to her parents would get quite a lot of "wow, that's a bit soon" comments.

Whathaveidoneoopsie Mon 31-Dec-12 17:14:07

We're going out tonight to a function where I'll meet his friends. Will see if there's any action in the bedroom tonight or wether its straight to sleep like last night!
Going to meet his folks (at his suggestion) tomorrow, but if there's no physical contact tonight I'll be making an excuse to go home tomorrow & don't think I'll be back in touch :/ x

TheDoctrineOfSnatch Mon 31-Dec-12 17:29:48

Hope you've found your first MN thread helpful with your problem, OP. Good luck.

izzyizin Mon 31-Dec-12 17:32:34

Fingers crossed you see the New Year in with a bang, oopsie. but however it goes, have a happy one smile

Whathaveidoneoopsie Tue 01-Jan-13 00:20:01

Happy new year all!! Here's hoping for some action tonight lol xx

SnoogyWoo Tue 01-Jan-13 02:43:03

I hope its like a broom handle for you!

Astelia Tue 01-Jan-13 03:37:00

TheDoctrine the OP has probably name changed. Not many MNers would provide these sorts of details without a NC!

zippey Tue 01-Jan-13 07:14:38

Coming from another angle, maybe he doesnt find you all that attractive? Forgive me if that sounds nasty, but attractiveness is different for everyone, and you might not be his cup of tea. Maybe he was drawn to your personality?

Thats one of many angles - he could be nervous etc to perform. Your continuation of this relationship depends on how much you like other sides of his self.

Tryharder Tue 01-Jan-13 07:37:40

He does sound really nice and I would perhaps give it a bit longer than tomorrow before you jack him in.

I would at least talk to him about it! But yes, a fit healthy man (in mind and body) should be all over you at this stage so it would set alarm bells off for me as well.

But you do owe him a chat before dumping him.

Sorry but you sonubd very shallow and nasty OP.

Its been a week and you are gagging for sex and judging him on his nerves.
The double standard is ridiculous.

Let him go. There is a lovely girl out there somewhere who wants a nice man for more than his penis.

izzyizin Wed 02-Jan-13 05:23:03

Problem resolved, oopsie?

freeandhappy Wed 02-Jan-13 14:32:34

How did it go? <nosy>

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