Grandma Scrotum's Sex Advice

Dear Grandma,
The problem is my husband is blessed with a very large cock - 7 3/8 inches in length and 6 inches in circumference, actually the biggest I've ever had. Every time we make love I have at least 4 orgasms to his one, then I'm so sore we can't do it again for several days. Now the problem is my oldest girlfriend saw my husband naked last summer and she could not believe how big his cock was. Any way I'm worried that she's going to offer him sex, because she has never had sex with a man that has a big thick cock. Should I turn a blind eye so they can have sex? I just can't give him enough pussy. Though he is a very gentle lover the size of him just overwhelms me till there is nothing else in the world. Help please. - Maggie

Dear Maggie,
For a start, he's *your* husband, and if your girlfriend is offering him sex, that's a pretty unreasonable thing to do, especially if it's making you unhappy, which seems to be the case.

Secondly, is your husband really that unhappy with you? Have you asked him? I think if you're having 4 orgasms every night, he's probably thinking he's a king in bed, and is quite pleased with you. The key here is communication. You just have to talk to him about it. If he's unhappy, ask what you can do about it. If it turns out that he actually wants to have sex with your friend, you will need to tell him how you feel about that. There's no need to matyr yourself to what he wants without a single protest. Don't risk ruining your marriage over something that hasn't been discussed!

- Grandma

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It's based on research and common sense. It's always a good idea to consult a doctor or therapist for sex advice.