"Sex Confessions" is a series featuring your naughtiest bedroom secrets and fantasies. Some will sound familiar, others may give you ideas, some will turn you on, and some are dark and twisted. You might want to sit down for this.
Today we're hearing it from Cindy* who swears that all men need to stop masturbating in order to have better sex with their women. She has forbidden her husband Andy* from taking his pleasure in his own hands. It's been two years since she laid down this law and Cindy claims it's been the best two years of sex they have ever had, even counting that wild period before they had kids. I think we need to hear about this rule Cindy instituted and how in the heck does she enforce it. In her own words ...
Lady friends, listen up. This is what must be done. No more masturbating! Kaput! Done-zo! That's what I told my husband two years ago when I felt like all he was doing was pulling his own pud and not taking care of me. For real. He was often way too tired to have sex with me. But I needed him to have sex with me. I was tired of having sex by myself. So that's when it hit me. If I tell him no more masturbating, he will be essentially bursting below the belt and would have to get his jollies with me. No more taking it to the hand.
It worked! He's a guy. He has to release sexually. But by me asking him nicely if he could knock off the jerking off, we both benefited.
Naturally, I have no way of knowing if he truly is never ever masturbating, but what I do know is that since I brought it up and asked him to save his pleasure for me, our sex life improved to be the best it's ever been. Three kids and 16 years later. And that's not too shabby, right? Maybe he liked my take charge attitude -- turn on! Maybe he challenges himself to save his orgasms for me -- turn on! Whatever the case, I'm a sexually happy wife once again. Everybody wins!
What do you think? Would you ever ask your man not to masturbate? Do you think this could work for you like it did for Cindy and Andy?
*Names have been changed.
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