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It’s hard to find a guy if you’re an effeminate man a penis, let alone without one.
That said, I’ve seen it happen before so there is still hope.
By talking about it, it becomes a manageable topic.
So, what if you tell him, you have those fears, but that you also love him, and want to have this discovering together. And it is a possibility that you will not be turned on right away.
If that were to be the case I would feel so disappointed at myself. Would you, and him, be cool about talking about it.
Getting started is free and easy, as is finding like-minded singles in and around any zip code.Like if I can't get turned on right away, I'm afraid he'd get upset and feel it was his fault.I'm extremely sensitive to his wants and needs and would never want to embarrass or hurt him in any way. - Osho I love him completely for who he is, I just worry if I might have trouble getting turned on when it comes to sex because unlike other gay men I've dated, his body isn't the first thing that attracted me to him.Having this "pressure" on yourself, will make it even harder.So, if you already know that it's a possibility, you can both be prepared. Maybe explore one another at a different pace, that would allow both of you to feel comfortable in the scene. Where does the masculinity in him, the masculinity you are attracted to, come from?
I just want to be the best boyfriend I can possibly be, while giving him the reassurance and confidence in his masculinity that he needs. I'd feel pretty bad if I wasn't, because I love him so much, and while I think that should be enough, what if it isn't?