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AM I TOO WIDE ? MY PARTNER’S PENIS KEEPS SLIPPING OUT DURING SEX.

Dear Mahogany,

I enjoy reading your blog and posts on social media; they are really helpful and the content is premium. Love it! So, I have an issue it seems no one talks about and makes me worried. Why does my partner’s penis slip out of my vagina during sex? I read somewhere that the cowgirl position can help control the thrusts but sometimes it still happens. So, I wanted to ask if I’m the reason his penis keeps slipping out during sex. Should I do more kegels to tighten my vaginal walls or what?

I would appreciate your response. I hope you read and post this soon.

Ife, Abuja.

Hey Ife,

Your feedback just brightened my day. Thanks for keeping up with the blog and social media platforms; we would keep giving you premium content as usual.

So, to the issue of the penis slipping out during sex, the good news is that you are not the first couple to experience this, neither would you be the last. Most people do not talk about this and PORN never mentions this but it happens and NO it is not a size issue. You should do your kegels to strengthen your vaginal walls because it’s beneficial but not because you think your vagina is wide. The penis slipping out during sex is a regular sex issue that many people would rather not talk about. But it is more common than you think.

You are not PORN actors and the penis slipping out during sex is as normal as the vagina drying up during sex. Slippage during sex is pure logic and bound to happen as long as penis in vagina sex is involved. It’s normal for the shaft of the penis to slide out because of the lubrication and thrusting action. As long as there is lubrication, anything moving in this direction is bound to slip out. For some people it may be as a result of lubrication, position and movement from both partners.

Despite how normal it feels, it can be a mood killer during sex and slipping it back in can be a mood killer. So here’s what you can do with your partner to minimize the chances of occurrence.

1. Go easy on lubes

I am one of the biggest advocates for lube but when it’s too much, it can become a mood killer. So, when you feel very wet, you can cut down on the lubes as too much of it can be slippery for his penis and thrusting fast with that can make it difficult to stay inside.

2. Use props

Some certain positions, angles and thrusts can make slipping possible. For example in the girl on top or cowgirl position, slippage can occur if the distance between the penis and the vagina is distant during thrusts. You can use a pillow to elevate his body to get the right angle.

3. Explore different positions

Certain positions can cause slippage and makes it happen more often than in other positions. So explore different positions, thrusts and methods of pleasure to find out which one works best for you. You can revisit positions like missionary and girl on top that keeps the body close to each other until you both rediscover your rhythm again.

4. Have your man slow down with the speed

If your boyfriend is fond of moving too fast and pulling themselves out until they are at the entrance of the vagina then he has to ditch that technique. Huge thrusts do not make sex pleasurable just quickens slippage. Have him shorten his strokes and focus on grinding.

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5. Find a rhythm

Sometimes slippage can happen when both partners want to be in control at the same time. When both partners are vying for control at the same time, it’s common to lose sync and then slippage can happen. One partner can lead while the other follows the sync. This way it’s easier to control the movement and avoid slippage.

6. Use more of shallow thrust movement.

At this pace your partner is not slipping out completely and it makes it less possible to slip out.

7. Put it back in with your hands

If your partner’s penis keeps slipping out of the vagina, put it back in with your hands. This doesn’t mean the sex has to stop. Use your hands to direct the penis back to where it belongs; your fun doesn’t have to stop.

Penis slippage is a common issue during vagina in penis sex and is not a life sentence that stops you having sex. Navigate these tips to find the best way to manage your partner’s penis slipping out of your vagina during sex.

Don’t allow anything stop you from living your best sex life.

Love as always,

Mahogany.

About Author /

Lara is an erotic writer and modern day sex and relationship educator. Sensual, multifaceted and a reincarnated soul is how she describes herself. When she is not relieving her imaginations or taking vain selfies, she is on Instagram at Larasensations teaching how to own your pleasure.

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