I need help controlling my erections! I know it sounds stupid at first but it's so embarrassing. Well, I was at the beach today and there were tons of HOT chicks wearing tiny bikinis, including my girlfriend. It's really noticeable if I get, for lack of a better word, hard. How can I control these erections? I don't want to be pitching a tent all the time out at the beach, especially when my girlfriend is with me! I love her a lot and I don't want to embarrass her by showing my hard-ons to the world. I think it's worse when my girlfriend is with me because I start thinking about sex with her.
How can I control this problem?
Mattu answered Monday August 10 2009, 7:30 am: So the first thing I'd love to say is, when you're with your girlfriend stop fucking looking at all the other girls. How would you feel if you realise that your girlfriend is looking at the other guys and getting turned on? Even the simple fact that you say there are "tons of HOT chicks wearing tiny bikinis" is slightly sickening.
OK so on to the erection problem, I am inclined to help because I have had the same problem when I was younger ... just randomly getting erections which were obviously noticeable. The first thing to do is to try and not think about it because sadly the more you think about how noticeable it is the harder it seems to get sometimes. Honestly just find positions where you can hide it but don't really think about it. It will be gone before you know it and voila no more erections. Try and find a position that sort of lessens it like for example sitting down hunched over or just laying down on your stomach ... careful you don't crush it of course XD.
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