How Can I Ask Her to Finger Me?

How Can I Ask Her to Finger Me?

Dear Martina,

My ex-wife used to do this little thing with her finger, up my bum, that would make my orgasms so intense. I’m not gay in anyway at all, it was an experiment she said and I liked it so much she’d do it every time she gave me a blow job. I’ve been with my girlfriend for nearly a year now and she’s not tried it once. I’ve dropped hints, tried to direct her fingers there and so on, but I don’t think she knows about the effect it has on men. How do I ask her to do it without her thinking I’m homosexual?

Dear Dutch Dyke

Unless your girlfriend is under 20 or has been living in a cellar for the last ten years she should know all about the male G-spot. This is the walnut shaped nugget (excuse my choice of metaphor) found just inside your anus to the front. Your ex-wife will have hooked her finger a little in order to apply the correct amount of pressure that would stimulate you. It’s your prostate gland. It feels amazing; it doesn’t mean you’re gay.

If your girlfriend knows about it already, she’s either worried you won’t like it or worried she won’t find the right spot. Why don’t you invest in a couple’s sex toy kit and ask if she’d like to try it out? You’ll find a curved butt plug in there that will definitely hit the spot and your girlfriend can then see exactly how much you enjoy it.

Whatever you do, DO NOT utter the words, ‘my ex-wife used to”” this will ensure you never get any bum action ever again. Seriously, some men think it makes women want to compete to do it better, when in reality they simply leave it alone as they imagine you imagining your ex-wife when the action is performed.

Other tips include, the board game monogamy (I picked up a few cards that gave directions to explore both men’s and women’s G-spots) or, start buying her cosmo every week – they can’t go one issue without talking about it!

Tatyana Dyachenko

For the past years, Tatyana has worked as a sex blogger and a relationship advisor. She has been featured in magazines such as Cosmopolitan, Teen Vogue. Vice, Tatler, Vanity Fair, and many others. Since 2016, Tatyana has focused on sexology, attended various training courses, participated in international conferences and congresses. “I wish people would address sexual issues in a timely manner! Forget shyness, prejudice and feel free to see a sex doctor for help or advice!” Tanya enjoys pursuing her flare for creativity through modelling, graffiti art, astronomy, and technology.

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