I am 39, in reasonable shape. I can run two miles in about 18 minutes. I am not taking any medications, and have never taken perscription medication for an extended period of time. I have no known medical problems. (No diabetes, slightly elevated cholesterol). I am generally a very happy person. I rarely drink, am not depressed, am not addicted to anything. Speaking to other people, I believe that I have fewer emotional problems than most. I am very fond of sex and sexuality, to include kissing, touching, intimate contact, emotional connection and intercourse. I do have the habit of masturbating almost daily.My penis is not sensitive at all. If my girlfriend sucks on my finger, it feels very good. Oral sex feels... barely there. Touching my partners vagina with my finger feels warm, wet, tight and well... interesting. Sexual intercourse with my penis feels much like sticking my finger under a pillow. There is some vague sensation, but not much. Sex typically lasts 30 minutes from start to finish, including 20 minutes of actual intercourse. Given sufficent concentration I can ejaculate about 70% of the time. Given sufficent stimulation, I can ejaculate, but the most I ever feel is 'meh'. Ejaculation feels like a completely hollow, shallow, twitch like action.
This has been the case for as long as I can remember. Is there any treatment for this? I do NOT believe my problem is primarily mental, so physiological based treatment is not likely to be effective.
You might take a look at the loveexpos dot org website. They talk about the dfference between evolutionary versus procreational orgasms and they explain how with the energies of Unconditional Love, one can have an orgasms or as they call it Love Burst without ever touching ones sexual organs. These Love Burst can help heal one's physical body but also expan one's consciousness. They have some very nice experience reports from people who have been working with the Love Burst techniques. Hope this helps.
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