Daughter of Alec Baldwin and Kim Basinger, Ireland Baldwin presumably one of the hottest models today …
Pero como sabemos que después de esto querrás ver más, no hace falta que recurras a la red de redes para ver más fotos de esta estrella cuando estás en el sitio ideal, y es que a partir de ahora te ofrecemos antiguos desnudos de Ireland Baldwin, unos desnudos que demuestran que estamos ante una de las reinas del erotismo actual y ante uno de los nombres a seguir por parte de Passionatte. Sin más disfruta de la mejor colección de fotos desnudas de la celebrity…
Let’s end it by a sweet nude of Kim Basinger
I feel bad about my lack of sexual experience compared to my girlfriend every day
We are each others first relationships, but she had dozens of ONS before meeting me whereas I didn’t care to try to have sex at all, and didn’t.
Every day I worry about the fact that she has slept with so many men, in comparison to me being with her only.
I love her a lot and I don’t think I would cheat on her, we have long term plans.
I know a girl who is enthusiastic about having a threesome with us, when I brought up the topic to my girlfriend she said “we don’t need anyone else” but she feels that way because she already has experience with lots of people, I don’t.
Meg_1998: You’ll get attacked for feeling this way. Men who have these feelings always get attacked here for feeling inadequate or nervous about their girlfriend/wife’s past.
But my advice is to talk it out and tell her you are having these feelings.
But if you’re her first real relationship, it means you’re doing something right. Not just sexually, but giving her something she needs emotionally. So just remember that.
concacanca: It’s normal to think about this. This sub has a bit of a blind spot so I’m sure you will be told to stop being entitled etc
It’s nothing to worry about. She’s with you and sex with her is going to be the same or better than sex with other girls at this point.
Snesgamer83: Try putting a positive spin on those thoughts: she’s had all those ONS – but she still wants to be with you, sleep with you, and be exclusive with you. That’s GOT to feel good!
Spoonbills: It’s fine to want more sexual experience for yourself. It’s not fine to project that dissatisfaction on your partner by resenting or shaming her. She doesn’t owe you a threesome because you now wish you’d had more sex in the past.
littlepeckish: Do you want more experience or do you want to be better in bed or are you afraid she won’t find you interesting anymore? For my boyfriend it’s simply because he wants the experience and I told him I’d allow him to have sex with someone else or have a threesome once it’s the right time and we are in a good place. It really depends what you actually want or need.
GingerAvenger: What do you value more:
1) Your potential future with your current girlfriend.
2) The experience of sleeping with someone new.
You won’t find better sex in a ONS than you will in a relationship where you actually care about one another. Think very hard before you let this train of thought influence your relationship. Sex is sex, love is real.
AnoArq: Live in the moment. It’s human to always wonder what the grass looks like elsewhere but that just causes misery if you can’t grow to ignore it and appreciate the moment you have now. I always tell people the grass looks greener from a distance but when you’re standing in it, it’s infested, freshly fertilized, and even a little brown–everything you couldn’t see over the fence.
i_did_naht_hit_her: But why exactly do you feel bad? Why is it bothering you? Especially if your sex is great. Is it because she’s a women and therefore needs to be less experienced? I’m not attacking, I’m genuinely asking if that’s the problem, because that was some kind of norm for a long time, that probably can’t just disappear. Or are you scared she would leave you since she only practiced one night stands until now?
I’m asking for a reason because I’ve never really understood people who are bothered with that. I was a 27 year old virgin (F) and he was someone who was never in a serious relationship, I don’t even know with how many girls he’s been. But I never really found that to be important, it’s not like he would be a better person if he slept with one girl before me, or no one. So I would really like to know why does it matter.
Itskel: My husband was a virgin before me. I was with my fair share many of which were older and far more experienced than I was. My husband is the best by far. He some how really knows what he’s doing. He took the time to learned what worked and kept it that way not what someone else liked. It’s awesome.
That being said your threesome rational is crap. You want to have sex with this other girl or maybe even watch her with your woman. Her level of experience has nothing to do with you wanting to have sex with this other girl. She doesn’t owe it to you because she’s already had sex with tons of people so she can spare one more. Call it what it is and work through it. Talk to her about your urges and concerns and you’ll have to choose if you can get over your own issues and continue a relationship with her or move on so you can get more experienced.
OhGodNoDearGodNo: Been in a similar spot.
Was a virgin. Got with a girl who was experienced. We had a good relationship most of the time, but I had these pervasive and preoccupying thoughts about how she had guys before me while I went in with nothing.
It wasn’t inadequacy about my ability in bed (she made it very clear from our first time that she loved every sexual contact with me).
I constantly felt down about it because I would frequently remember that I wasn’t her first. I felt as if I couldn’t possibly be special to her because she was having sex with guys after a chat in a bar and a couple of drinks. Sex to me was so much more than physical contact to get my rocks off, while she would just screw any half decent looking guy, and probably didn’t even remember their names. I felt like a sucker who was more invested in the relationship than her and if we broke up she’d probably be with another dude in a day or two.
We would fight about it. She would tell me that the past didn’t matter. But it did to me.
Over time the problem worked itself out. She was a really bad girlfriend in many ways and took advantage of my low confidence to manipulate me into being practically subservient to her for 3 long years. I dumped her (after which she desperately tried to salvage our relationship), and had several other relationships, short and long. Eventually sexual past came to matter far less to me. I never had a ONS, and always waited until things were getting semi-serious to have sex with someone, so my personal values never changed. I just came to the realization that my own values were never the same as my ex’s.
I imagine you’re young. It if bothers you that much, there’s no use feeling cruddy all the time about it. You’re allowed to have dealbreakers.
phat_lava: How long have you been together? Once you’ve been together for a fair while you’ll forget all about that stuff and it won’t be an issue anymore
sheepcat87: Talk to her about it, continue to enjoy who you have, and focus on all the new experiences in and out of the bedroom you two will have in the future
pottymouthgrl: Well honestly, the only good thing about sleeping with more people is trying a lot of different things. Im a girl so I can’t pretend to know what it’s like for a guy, but for me, they were all pretty much the same feeling, but each guy would do something a little different than the others. Like introducing me to different positions, different moves and techniques. But overall, it could have been the same guy doing different things. My current BF and I are coming up on 3 years together in about 2 weeks. Around the second year I could tell he’d be the one I’d be with forever. I started to have those feelings too! Like what if I’m missing out on something? So I brought it up to him that I wanted to branch out and try new things. I didn’t say it was because I was afraid I would be missing out on something with another guy because I knew that would make him feel bad and it was unnecessary. But he agreed and we tried new things and did things differently and it was fun! I don’t really feel like that anymore because I know that if I start feeling that way ever again, he’s willing to try new things for me and keep things exciting.
Definitely talk to her, have her teach you some fun stuff and try and learn some new stuff together that neither of you know! Strip monopoly was fun for us 😉 we love monopoly and I went bankrupt so I started paying for rent in other ways 😂
Amberhawke6242: (Insert obligatory Chasing Amy reference here) if you haven’t seen the movie, it might give you a handle on how not to approach it. (Hint: a three some isn’t it)
Ok, so you’re wondering about experience, and you feel inadequate because she’s had all of these experiences and you haven’t. It doesn’t sound like you don’t feel good enough, and you’ve said so. It doesn’t sound like she’s had wild experiences, and you wish you could have them too. It sounds like it’s the sheer number of different people. Here’s something to remember, you said it wasn’t as important to you before you got together with her For whatever reason, meeting people to hook up with wasn’t a priority. That’s totally cool. A lot of people are that way. Now though it’s an issue. It’s easy for us that have to say that it really doesn’t matter. We’ve experienced that and can say so, but you’re curious. I do get that.
I’m going a different approach with this. If you were to leave her though, would you really go around and hook up with different women, or would you go back to how you were doing things? Most likely you would go back to doing things the way you were, and would probably regret leaving her.
There’s no easy way to get over this. If you want to try more adventurous stuff in the bedroom, I would word it that way. Don’t try to get other people involved though. Make it about you two. If these thoughts persist, I would suggest seeing a therapist to work through this. Because to “equal” what she’s done, you’ll with have to find someone that hasn’t had as much experience, or you’ll have to have to have as much experience. That route isn’t easy, and it has it’s own complications. At the end of the day though it doesn’t fix the underlying problem.
Noadulting: I am in the same situation but I’m the experienced partner. I really worried about my SO feeling like he missed out in contrast to my # of experiences. We had many conversations about it. It is a real and valid feeling that you need to figure out. When we got together I knew I was done playing the field and had the satisfaction of knowing I wasn’t going to miss out on anything. He doesn’t have that and 22 years on we still discuss it. He doesn’t want to sleep with other people now but he wishes he could somehow go back and take those chances he missed as a teenager. He reconciles those feeling with knowing we have a solid relationship and happy family. We also enjoy knowing that there are some things only he and I have shared. Our relationship has such a deep level of trust and connection that we know looking elsewhere won’t matter. You are young and in a fairly new relationship – think wisely about what you need vs want and go from there. If your girlfriend says no to a threesome respect that. Remember having previous partners doesn’t render you impervious to jealousy or low confidence. She may be wondering if she’s not doing something well that would make you want another girl. Good luck.
imverysneakysir: You don’t actually say what specifically you’re worried about. “She’s been with more guys than me” isn’t actually a worry, it might lead to something you’re worried about and practicing the thought exercise of saying “and then what?” taken to the point of obsurdity can sometimes help reel in those runaway thoughts (the person I learned about this technique from says she knows she’s being ridiculous because she always ends at the point of dying alone and miserable).
If you’re worried you’re going to be “missing out” on things because she’s done her experimenting and you haven’t, that’s different than just saying “she’s slept with a lot of guys.” At 7 months, this might be the point of starting to have the conversations about longer term compatibility, which discussions about future sex life and sexual experimentation and novelty fall into that. “You’ve stated that you don’t want to bring anyone else into the bedroom. It is something I’m curious about and am pretty sure I would like to do in the future. Is this something you could see yourself wanting or changing your mind about, or at least helping me realize? How do you foresee us handling fantasy mismatches in the future without resentment?” And of course, you’ll need to ask yourself the same questions. It’s ok to have limits and boundaries. But if your long term goals are significantly beyond your partner’s limits (or vice versa), that’s not always a good thing. This isn’t telling you that if your girlfriend doesn’t want to have a threesome, dump her; things are rarely that black and white. But it’s a data point and might help you figure out a greater trend about her and yourself, and when you compare that with the other data points make up the larger picture of your relationship.
BassAddictJ: Well now you have a gf to build up.yoyr sexual experience with. Look at the upside homie.
Threesome might be fun, or it might be a complicating situation that leads to stress.
Have fun with what you have no, don’t over think it. Explore sexuality moving forward with you partner. The past only matters as much as you want it to. Make a choice.
serenwipiti: Perhaps you are not ready for a monogamous relationship yet. She is, but you still need to “sow your wilf oats”.
Informer899: Hey that is actually a good thing. She has more experience and she can teach you stuff. After some time you can become a master in sex. Just relax, learn and enjoy.
dogface123: Every ons I’ve had is way below in funness vs relationship sex. I think ons are overrated for that reason
MagnetOnAFridge: I was in the same boat, realizing *and truly internalizing* the big difference between ons/fwb sex and sex in a relationship has helped me a ton
white_titty_lover: I say don’t overthink things. Modern media has made sex taboo. But it’s just sex. And for a guy sex is just a nut. I mean, your penis goes into a hole and you move there’s not really much more magic to it than that.
Yes you can gain skills with doing oral sex and other things overtime but I don’t really see any reason for you to feel inadequate. The most important thing is did you get tested did she get tested and if she did you were good to go.
I do get the impression that you have this urge to fool around with other girls to kind of get even though. I personally would not bring up a threesome unless your girlfriend does.
DrunkenJagFan: Talk to her about it and ask her not only to teach you but to explore each other’s unfulfilled fantasies.
brmince: Watch the movie, chasing Amy, by Kevin Smith.
HardwareHentai: Alright lemme throw my piece out there. So first and foremost women will almost ALWAYS have more experience over the man. My gf was fingered her first time at 12. I didn’t get to do that to someone until 18. When we went open, I slept with 4 people (one I don’t count) and she slept with over 10. Men clambor for women whereas women wait for theirs unless they really want some. And when they do it is truly readily available. Now, in her position, when she sees you have such a low body count, a person she loves, cares about and respects, she starts to question herself as well. So when she says she doesn’t need a person, maybe it’s because she sees your discouragement and is starting to feel a sense of regret or self consciousness about her experience. Both of you are normal. Some have tons of experience and some don’t. Don’t feel bad. Because if you were experienced as her, you could fall victim to that regret and guilt yourself. Hell, it’s happened to me too. Don’t let her experience intimidate you because in the end both camps have their disadvantages. Just realize whatever you are a part of, you are beautiful and it’s okay. Don’t worry about a thing. Having a ton of experience doesn’t matter, as long as you love that person and you find them attractive and they won’t have you for it either. I just woke up so I apologize if this was rambly.
dkismet: You can have more sex in one month while in a relationship than you would with 20 ONS. Not to mention most woman are different and often needs something unique to get them off.
I guess what I’m saying is, don’t worry about your lack of experience. There are good resources out there to help teach you female anatomy, and you can quickly pickup everything you need to know. Coupled with breathing and kegals, as taught in tantra, your stamina will improve and you can feel out everything else in bed. It’s simple stuff.
If you feel insecure and are curious due to the number of people you’ve slept with, that could be another problem entirely. you’ll want to address it before you hurt your gf or at least sometime in your younger years of life.
DoubleJabLegKick: Personally, I would immediately break up with a girl if she was firmly against ever having a threesome but that’s just me. You gotta figure out for yourself how important it is to you but don’t let anybody tell you that it isn’t up to you to do it however you want
heWhoMostlyOnlyLurks: You’re just lucky, having found the right person so soon and easily.
SandmanS2000: I’m a guy and I slept around before I met my wife. You’ll hear from most guys like me that a healthy relationship is one thousand times better than the one night stands. Problem there is that I know that because I experienced it first hand.
So just ask yourself, can you accept that a healthy loving relationship is worth having more than meaningless one night stands? If you feel like you want to find out for yourself then that’s totally ok, but you need to break up and work that out. You can’t try to up your meaningless sex count and keep a partner who isn’t into threesomes.
So it’s a personal choice, and neither is wrong.
depressed_mushroom: Man, I was just like you. I’ve had some girls in my past, and my gf had some partners. But the thing is: she is freaking awesome on bed, and I’m just a regular guy. I used to worry about that a lot, feel extremely insecure and even went stalking her past, till the point I developed serious anxiety (obviously for other reasons too). Then, I’ve had a talk with a friend of mine.
The thing is: did your gf had 10 partners in the past? Great. I’m sure that if we had the chance we would have 30. But now, she is only with you, and its a great opportunity for you to learn together. Also, you should be thankful, because she knows how to handle things in bed and you both can have a good time. I’ve had experiences with girls that weren’t that good, and, even if I felt bad about it in the past, now I see that is a kind of blessing in a disguise. Also, it’s not only about sex, man. There’s feeling involved.
Hope that helps! If you need anything, I’m here.
A last advice: don’t over think! Just chill out!
SickOfIt518: You need a new girl friend that is more chaste. Sounds like she rode the cock carousel too long.
herearemyquestions: That you didn’t pursue sex before makes it pretty clear that this is about comparing your number to your girlfriend’s which is problematic.
playfulhate: You know what made me feel better about this? After a while into my first real relationship, my SO told me that the two of us had had so much sex so as to make her other experiences a blip on the radar.
By then we’d had sex hundreds and hundreds of times.
She was still the only person I’d been with, but I worried much much less about the difference in our experience.
wild_deer_man: I will be in a minority position here saying that your feelings are justified. It is never a good idea to build a future with the first person you have sex with. Especially for men, that usually seek novelty in sex.
Maybe not now,
but 5 or 10 years in the future you will realize that you made a choice not out of options but out lack of knowledge of what else is out there. You will get curious, you might even have regrets for not trying things earlier in the age that you should have. Before you might have a family or other social constraints.
IMO there is no point in opening this up with her. What can she say? There is little she can say or do about it.
Warphead: When you’re young, you feel like that matters, and when you’re in the bubble of a relationship, it feels like it matters.
The memories of those encounters fade every day for her, if she found what she wanted then, she wouldn’t be where she is now.
This is really all on you though, it’s not her fault that you have less experience any more than it’s yours she has more. If you needed the numbers to be even, keeping yours at zero was a bad bet.
hersheyKat: well if u feel like u want to have sex with more ppl, and she doesn’t, then u guys aren’t right for each other because u want different things. so either u break up and u get to explore, or sit down and really think, am i happy spending the rest of my life having sex with just this one person? if ur not happy with that, then break up. because it wouldn’t be right to pressure her into a threesome when she already said she doesn’t want one.
XgreaserX420: Bro if she’s worth staying with her like if she’s beautiful and doesn’t seem like it’s been messed with too much down there then stay but if u feel like ur not happy sometimes or she’s not giving it her 100 then leave her. It’s not worth staying especially if shes been around