Queendom.com - the land of tests tests quizzes polls advice articles blog
My ProfileMy Profile


    Forgot Password?...

  New? Register here...
  My Profile tour...
spacer
Editor Pick

Telemarketing Agent Test

Do you have the attitudes, aptitudes and personality to be a telemarketer? Telemarketing and phone sales are tough jobs. Take the Telemarketing Agent Test to find out if ...
take this test...
spacer
Quick Poll
Do you listen to your intuition or gut instinct?
All the time

Most of the time

Sometimes

Rarely

Never



spacer
February 21, 2018 - Welcome Guest!

Advice » Sexpertise

submit your question

Is three a crowd?

Question:

I am healthy male, and I've never had a problem with getting or maintaining an erection.

That was until I had my first threesome with my wife and her best friend (female). I love seeing two women have sex but when it came to my turn I couldn't get an erection. It may have been a once in a lifetime opportunity. Do I need help?

cmftblynmb (43 year-old man) from Pennsylvania

Answer:

I am sure that there would be those who would say that you need help not with your penis, but with your marriage. However, I believe consenting adults can make decisions about what they want to do with their own bodies and with whom they wish to do it. So, no moralizing here. My guess is that you were just feeling too much pressure to perform and, unfortunately, when a man begins to fear that he will fail, he usually does!

My guess is that if the three of you have been together since your inquiry, you have discovered that you really can respond. Focusing on what is happening around you and not on your own response is the key. With a healthy male, his penis will generally take care of itself without the mental monitoring... in fact, he can get his head in the way.

One reminder however: Anytime you bring another person into a relationship, you run the risk of jeopardizing that relationship and of increasing the risk of contracting a sexually transmitted disease.

Bob Birch

Robert W. Birch, Ph.D., is a retired sex therapist, now identifying himself as a sexologist and adult sexuality educator. He now devotes his time to writing educational and self-help books for adults.

For more information visit the site or contact information page on QueenDom.

follow
share
GoodTherapy.org Therapist Directory