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Frisky Friday - Fortitude

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Well, it takes a bit of strength to last through all the B.S. I've faced this week, but I'm in much better spirits. Perhaps I'll elaborate on that next week. Friends who read this, know what has been up. Anyway, suffice it to say I had a lot of things to deal with because the job turned out to be a scam. But there is a silver lining because a real job is happening soon.

Lasting power is something usually men are worried about, at least if movies and TV are to be believed.

This may be a newsflash, but I've heard some women say they arrive long before their male partner. This tends to happen more as men age. I even know some men who have difficulty arriving at all as they get older. Not intimately, just at a conversational level.

Why is it a big deal?

Well, many people seem to feel like if they don't ensure their partner gets there relatively around the same time that there is a problem. Like maybe they're not attractive enough or they're unskilled. But there could be tons of reasons that have nothing to do with you. They might be stressed about their bills or they could be having difficulty focusing because they had something bad happen at work. They might be chafing rather than feeling pleasure (lube may or may not help). And sometimes there might be no reason, but it's just not happening tonight. Tomorrow could be a totally different story.

Why?

Because bodies are weird sometimes.

Enjoy your weird body this weekend in whatever way that feels good to you.

R~

 

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