Q & A Quickie Crash Course


Q.Can you really tell how big a guy is by the size of his hands or feet?

A. No


Q. Should I be worried that my partner’s penis curves to one side when erect?

A. some congenital curvature is normal (although puzzling, I personally find) However, if it hurts him, he may have Peyronie’s disease known colloquially as “bent nail syndrome” and should consult a doctor. The underlying cause of is thought to be trauma or injury to the penis usually through sexual activity


Q. Can you pass a yeast infection to your partner?

A. Yes


Q. Can you pass on/get infected with an STD as a result of kissing?
A. No, you cannot pass on or become infected with an STD as a result of kissing. However, you could pass on a cold sore (herpes simplex, HSV1) to your partner through kissing.


Q. What can worsen vaginal dryness?

A. decongestants, anti-histamines (like Claritin, Reactin), low estrogen level.


Q. Are condoms still effective underwater?

A. companies do not test their products underwater, so there’s no assurance they’ll hold up.


Q. What if he doesn’t like the taste down there?

A. foods like garlic and asparagus might make you slightly more pungent. Fruits like pineapple may sweeten you up.


Q. Is there such a thing as blue balls?

A. prolonged frustrated erections can cause discomfort in the testicles and perineum… but not pain.


Q. Should a guy take Viagra if he doesn’t need to?

A. the long-term effects are not fully known, but psychological dependence is a more than  possible outcome.


Q. A guy can have an orgasm without ejaculating. T or F?

A.  T.


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4 Responses to “Q & A Quickie Crash Course”

  1. françois Says:

    in regards to the last question: how?

  2. Julie Says:

    Dry orgasms can be caused by:
    – Retrograde ejaculation; when semen is forced back into the bladder. can be caused by diabetes, damage or injury to the prostate (prostatectomy or medication used to treat enlarged prostate.)
    – cystectomy (Surgical removal of the bladder)
    -Radiation therapy directed at the pelvic area, such as for prostate cancer.
    in those cases, infertility might be an issue.

    The explanation for the healthy is that orgasm and ejaculation are sometimes desynchronized. for example, conversely, ejaculatory anhedonia is when you ejaculate physically but do not have the accompanying feelings of release, pleasure, or orgasm. you could call it an “anorgasmic ejaculation”

    And last but not least, you might want to know that orgasms without ejaculating are part of the ‘multiple-orgasmic’ man’s tools: the art of flexing the pubococcygeal (PC) muscle during sex, but before the PNR/point of no return/ejaculation. Requires practice- a common exercise of the wise is to practice stopping urination midstream. You can can strengthen the muscle overtime with repeated tightening and releasing exercises. Learn it yourself at: http://sexuality.about.com/od/orgasms/ht/htmalemultiples.htm

    *CAUTION*: NOT a reliable form of birth control

  3. françois Says:

    Great! Now I have a new purpose to go pee! But if I rely on my workout rate, I won’t be going very often…

  4. sexpertise Says:

    Terrific Q & A!
    What is left to ask!

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