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Painful Sex = Bad Sex!
by Amy Horton

So I’ve come to a conclusion:  I must have a really short vagina.  Now, before you judge that remark, hear me out.  I am about 5 feet tall (thus the assumption).  I’m not fragile, narrow-hipped or anorexic.  I am a strong, healthy woman who works out (and hard) almost every day and has boobs and a butt.  Despite all of this, if a guy is anywhere above “average” size (pretty much anything upwards of 7.5 inches) I feel like he’s pretty much spearing my uterus kabob-style.  This makes no sense for any other reason than that I must have a midget vaginal cavity…or a dramatic and emotional cervix (“stop prodding me, you insensitive dick!”).

Ah…TMI.  I have discovered as I approach 30 that I no longer have any shame whatsoever.   I also seem to have a propensity for parentheticals, my apologies.   Anyway, as luck would have it, I keep encountering larger-than-average men.  I’m not complaining – I dated someone who was much less than average for MUCH too long.  Oh, stupid early twenties.  Now I have my priorities straight, obviously.  Good sex or we’re done!  Seriously, though.  Don’t be lazy.

But I digress…my point is, ladies, if you have the same problem that I am having:  don’t be afraid to speak up.  A few years ago I would have suffered in silence or just broken things off without addressing the problem.  Don’t do it!  It isn’t helping you or him.  You are going to waddle away with a broken crotch and he’ll just think you weren’t into it or that he sucks in bed.

Let him know what’s going on.  Make him make sure that you get enough foreplay to be ready for that ridiculous thing in his pants and ask him to take it easy at first.  If he realizes that he’s jackhammering the life out of you, he should want to change that.  If not, then he’s an asshole and please stop screwing him!   Nothing is worse than a guy who doesn’t understand how to please a lady, no matter what his junk looks like.  I’m using the term “lady” loosely, obviously… only in the street, be a freak in the sheets.  Life is just more fun that way.

Bottom line:  have fun, but be strong enough to speak your mind!  It will make for a much better experience in the long run for all parties involved.

Good luck and get thee to bed!  *winky wink* Oh, and don’t forget the Magnums.

Amy Horton, aka MsSexInTheValley

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Amy Horton

Actress, writer, blogger and vlogger living in and loving Los Angeles! I tend towards brutal honesty, but I have a big heart and an adventurous spirit. Writing for DirtyAndThirty.com is my favorite activity :-)

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4 Responses to Painful Sex = Bad Sex!

  1. Peter pan says:

    You know there are special positions for ladies…which such problems. Like the couple starts doggy…but then woman lays down on her stomach. He follows…and umm goes for it. Interesting with her legs between his and crossed this way.

  2. aww poor abused tiny vagina

  3. Adam Hennessey says:

    Ouch, from a guy’s prospective, communcation is everything. I always ask, if she wants the top or the bottom, or has a favorite position. Also put an ice pack on it after, I do, it’s like any other athletic activity, the ice will make it feel better. I always offer an ice pack reguardless, just as a polite couresty. Also, talk to your doctor, hopefully, a solution can be found here. Hope you feel better.

  4. Hello there, have you by chance considered to publish regarding Nintendo or PS handheld?

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