DEAR ZZINA POWER: I’VE never had any problems getting babes into bed and have had at least 50 bonk partners.
Not one of them ever complained. In fact, from the demands for more, I always felt confident I was pretty good in bed too.
But I’ve met someone who, after six months together, has started to complain about my performance.
I’m devastated. I’d only ever had one-night stands and short flings before. But this babe, the one I actually like, doesn’t climax when we have thorough romps.
I’ve always been a Jack-the-lad type. I’m 23, people say I’m a good-looking guy and I make sure I’m physically fit.
We met through my work. I’m a carpet fitter and was fitting the flooring for her five-year-old daughter’s bedroom. She is absolutely gorgeous and I had to keep reminding myself to be professional.
She hung around chatting while I fitted the carpet and I learned she was 24, a single mum and had been single for two years. We got along so well and, because she was talking about her lack of social life, I invited her out for a drink.
The date was fantastic and, for the first time ever, I felt I could have a future with someone. We went out again the following night and that was it — our relationship seemed really secure.
We’ve been together for just over a year and, when the virus started, she asked me to move in. As I lived with my parents, I jumped at the chance. Everything has been amazing, and she is the best girlfriend.
The feeling is mutual, but she is concerned we might not be sexually compatible. We have bonk sessions at least once a day, but she says she’s never been able to reach the finish line. She says she’s never had a problem before.
I’m worried that, if things don’t improve, I’ll lose the best thing that ever happened to me.
ZZINA POWER SAYS: Most women won’t climax through intercourse alone and, while a one-night stand might feel good for you, for most women it’s less fulfilling.
Only one in three women reach their first orgasm through intercourse and a lot of women don’t start climaxing until they’re settled into a comfortable relationship.
A good bonk life is all about comm-unication. She may have had considerate lovers who knew what made her feel good – so if you don’t know, ask.
In my next article, i will explain how to hit the right spots.
Enock Mugabi aka Eye Witness is a Journalist, Seasoned Writer and Music Analyst with a passion for sports.
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