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  1. Let me add one more piece of advice, after that, I'm all tapped out. I knew a very long time ago that I had a sexual inferiority complex based on my penis size. I knew that going into a long term relationship that ended up in marriage. I never disclosed this to my wife until we separated after 15 years of marriage and two kids. Nonetheless, these personal feelings were omnipresent, but I did not disclose these fearing embarrassment, rejection, and everything else that you are worrying about now. A part of me knew that she always knew something was a bit off with me in the sack from the indirect things she said and did which I have disclosed ad nauseum in previous posts. The point I'm trying to make is that knowing what I know now, I would have addressed my issues verbally earlier for the sole purpose to make our sexual relationship more comfortable. Although I hate to be a nay sayer, but I don't think it would have mattered for us, and perhaps would have sped up the inevitable in our relationship given her personality, wants and needs. In saying that, my wife is NOT your gf, as all women are different and have different priorities in life. Don't let my example stop you, but do let it make your realize that it could be beneficial to all involved if you disclose your closet skeletons earlier rather than later if you are committed to her for the long term.
  2. Oh I did. Not the size of anyone, but she was engaged before we met and had many bfs before she met me. Given my size, chances are, looking at the bell curve, the vast majority of her previous men, and those during our marriage, where up the scale so to speak.
  3. Ahhh, no. Although I know never to say never, but there will likely not be a next marriage for me. Unnessesary. Her? Perhaps. She is way more codependent than I am. I'm no William Shatner.
  4. This guy called up his lawyer to tell him he was filing for divorce, and the lawyer inquired as to the grounds for the suit. ‘I’ve got grounds, all right,’ sputtered the irate husband. ‘Can you believe my wife told me I’m a lousy lover?’ ‘That’s why you’re suing?’ pursued his lawyer. ‘Of course not. I’m suing because she knows the difference.’”
  5. Life is a gift. Making a life worth living is a risk. With pretty much every decision you make there are pros/cons and the risks of each. You have a gf so you must be doing something right. If she loves you, she'll accept you for what you are. If you are not married, that is a plus actually, IMHO, as the motivation of marriage can be clouded for reasons other than love. Whether you take the leap or not, I wish you luck. She might end up liking that sexual lifestyle as much as you think you would.
  6. So basically it's like sex school. I wonder if I could put that on my resume.
  7. Seen Pantera live at the Roseland Ballroom in NYC in 1994. You may have heard of White Zombie (big in the US around that time), Rob Zombie's group out of Massachusetts. They played at my college and my friend's band opened up one time for them at Toad's Place in New Haven, Connecticut. I kinda liked Motorhead, too.
  8. Wow! Perhaps, but that seems bizzare and out of a Stanley Kubrick movie Perhaps, but my lawyer said I get half of the money spent back! Lol. My guilty please is Steak and Shake on my credit card. Not YOLOgirls.com.
  9. Wow, you opened Pandora's box for me... I had a college radio show, graveyard shift, 11pm to 1am for two years, called Rush the Pink Zeppelin, featuring my three on my favorite bands at the time. Small college, small broadcast wattage, but still covered the greater New Haven, Connecticut area. I got a lot of requests from Yale students, which was nice, as we were the lesser known, lesser prestigious school in the area. I was glad to be able to play and talk about Rush, Pink Floyd, and Led Zeppelin and research little known truths and stories of those great bands. Other than that, Greatful Dead was a band I followed high school and college from 1990 until Jerry's death in the summer of 1995. (Actually have a ticket for an Albany, NY September 1995 show that was never ripped, third row, waited in a tent overnight for it). Huge Phish fan, seen over 30 shows, saved all the stubs, NYE shows at Madison Square Garden were the total trip. But, life set in, med school, wife, kids, and now my 14 year old daughter morns the loss of Juice WRLD a few days ago. What? Who?
  10. Anyone in here ever hire an escort to momentarily help with their sexual inadequacies? If so, how did it go? I've never did this. I'm just curious. I just found out through divorce financial discovery (she paid with credit card) that my wife did 3 days after she kicked me out of the house.
  11. Pick up site for gay men, size queens, and masochists which I am not. Thank you.
  12. LPSG? Please send me a link to this. Wouldn't that be akin to the ITHSG (I'm Too Hot Support Group) or the MSG (Mensa Support Group) it the ITRSG (I'm Too Rich Support Group)? Again, I'd love to check it out.
  13. Misery likes company until it doesn't anymore. I've shared my experiences, and I've learned others had similar, but different life experiences all with the common denominator of sexual inferiority. I've been educated on psychosocial research and ideology that I never really contemplated before or knew it was studied in any great detail. And I thank all of you for that. But I have to believe, that what makes us different from the common ape is that we have freewill and a greater intellect that can overcome the physical inadequacies the lottery of life gave us. I refuse to believe that we are destined by fate to be relegated to the bottom of the man barrel. Although I respect others opinions and feelings to where they feel they stand in life's hierarchy, I do not necessarily identify myself to the same. So, I apologize to Kling if I was insensitive directly towards him. Now that I think back, it was more directed to the Universe.
  14. Perhaps, I have not given up yet and too naive to accept that status. Perhaps, there are many men like me out there. Yes, I know where I stand on the penis envy/atrractiveness scale of life and the handicaps they can manifest, I am a witness and a sufferer. With all due respect, you should consider that some of us newcomers to this forum are seeking guidance, positivity, maybe even a way out. Not someone who would just fold up his tent. I might be ranting for the wrong team.
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