How many ways are there to take care of my boyfriend's boner?
Question Posted Wednesday December 21 2011, 5:08 pm
Everytime we hang out my boyfriend gets a boner. Ive already given him head and used my hand. He texted me and asked me if i have any other ways of taking care of his boner then just using my mouth and hand are there any other ways besides those two and sex? What should i tell him?
adviceman49 answered Thursday December 22 2011, 9:55 am: DO NOT, I REPEAT DO NOT send him any type of naked pictures of yourself. For one thing once you do you loose control of the picture and it can be passed around to people who you don't want seeing you naked or even partially naked.
For another, and I am assuming you are a minor. You are breaking the law by doing so. Sending or receiving naked pictures of minors is considered distributing or being in possession of child pornography. The police are cracking down on this and social media such as facebook are cooperating. There are several instances of this happening in the mid-western states where a girl sent her boyfriend a naked picture and he then sent it to a friend. The picture then went viral. Her parents filed a police complaint. The two minors have been charged with distribution. SO DON'T DO IT.
guhzmin answered Thursday December 22 2011, 5:02 am: You could always send him naughty phone pictures/text messages and he can take care of the rest ;) other than that, not many options besides oral sex and sex. [ guhzmin's advice column | Ask guhzmin A Question ]
fbe995 answered Wednesday December 21 2011, 9:41 pm: There isn't really another way to take care of it. Oral, hand, vaginal intercourse and anal intercourse are the most common. You could try using your words...maybe he could climax from just hearing you talk. Or he could just think of something that's a total turnoff to him (his gross English teacher in a bra) and just get rid of it himself ;) [ fbe995's advice column | Ask fbe995 A Question ]
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