Elcee answered Wednesday July 25 2007, 9:44 am: There are many people who find the sexual organs distasteful. It is entirely a personal opinion and should be respected for it. Why do you think you need professional help if your boyfriend thinks vaginas are gross? You may find that as he gets older his opinions will change but if they don't you can't force him to like vaginas. If it is affecting your sexual relationship then you might have a problem if he is unable to perform in bed. You do not specify your age so I am going to assume you are still quite young - I apologise if I am wrong. Please give him a bit of time if he is still young too. At this stage there is nothing you can do. Wait until you and he are older if the problem becomes physical. [ Elcee's advice column | Ask Elcee A Question ]
Erinn_the_bamf answered Wednesday July 25 2007, 9:38 am: Sorry, but your boyfriend sounds a little immature. It's a natural part of the body, what's gross about it? You may want to talk to him about it and find out what he thinks is so gross. It would probably be a good idea to dump him, though. He's obvioulsy too immature to have a girlfriend if he still think a vagina is nasty. [ Erinn_the_bamf's advice column | Ask Erinn_the_bamf A Question ]
xkissyMISSYx answered Wednesday July 25 2007, 9:34 am: Well depending on how old you are I guess,
I think you need to dump this guy.
He might be gay, because whoever thinks
VAG. is gross, and he's a male - then its
pretty much not normal. So ask him questions,
watch how he talks with men, and just keep
an eye out for homosexuality. Its okay to be
gay, but not to have a gay boyfriend(: [ xkissyMISSYx's advice column | Ask xkissyMISSYx A Question ]
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