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Question: afraid about sexual organ


 looly - Sun Aug 19, 2007 12:27 pm

Dear sir,

I am 21 years old married girl. My husband is 22 years old. Our relation is from 6 years ago and we have married only a few months. We had physical relation before marry and we have not done normal sex yet. My husband is always afraid of his sexual organ. When i want to touch his sexual organ, he feels too much shy and thinks that he may has some problems. In addition,he thinks i will may not be happy if he opens him in front of me and i will not like him.Also, If i say something about it,he becomes very depressed. But i know,he is a perfect man and he has no problem.How can i recover him? What i will do? Please give me suggetions.I am wating for your reply.

Yours faithfully,
looly
 Dr. K. Eisele - Sun Aug 19, 2007 6:46 pm

User avatar Dear Looly:

Pardon my asking, please, but what nationality is your husband? Sometimes there may be some cultural issues that would affect how to handle such a situation.

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