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Guest over a year ago. Couldn't find what you looking for? New Reply Follow New Topic. Guest over a year ago Hi For the past 6 months or so my boyfriend has been feeling very weak, dizzy and faint after he ejaculates from having sex, he complains of an almost out of body experience. It seems to be more of a problem if he does all the "work" and gets exhausted. He doesnt have any other sexual problems, altho he was preliminary diagnosed with pre-cordial catch i think thats the correct term. I dont think this problem occurs if he maturbates.
The simple answer is yes. It is societal norms that drive this scenario. The media mainly portrays this image that is almost brainwashed into people that thin is in.
Verified by Psychology Today. The Pleasures of Sex. In the quest for sexual pleasure, we too often focus squarely on one another's genitals as if those few square inches hold the only key to ecstasy. Paying attention primarily to these parts may work fine for casual flings but even in months-long affairs, not to mention long term relationships, sex runs the risk of turning stale unless partners pay attention to each other and to more than just the vulva, penis or anus.