Is it hard for a man to maintain an erection ?
BF and I were having sex lastnight when I slipped, fell off the bed and basically landed in a huge piece of chocolate cake that we moved off the dresser.
He said he couldnt get it back up because the moment was gone and because he was laughing too much. I got sort of pissed at him because neither of us got to finish and I may have started a bit of an argument telling him we were already naked he should still be erect.
Guys need to be stimulated to keep the erection, whether it's by touching them or good visuals (you naked) or sounds (moaning, etc.). They don't just get hard and stay hard until they ejaculate. I don't blame him, that's pretty hilarious. I'd probably lose my horniness too.
>we were already naked he should still be erect
Exactly how many times have you had sex? Was this your first time? You're adorable but I'm not sure your boyfriend thinks the same right now. You have so much to learn!
Haha, don't be pissed !
One day, we were in the shower with my bf, and he lost his erection just because he saw a big spider at the ceiling and he doesn't really like spiders.
Honestly it made me laugh. Don't be angry when it happens ^_^
Somewhat similar to OP, I was a little over-eager one night and was trying to take off his pants, which I succeeded in doing, but he was laying down with his full bodyweight while I was trying to take off the boxers. I started tugging really hard to get them off, so he lifted his hips to help me, and I straight up tumbled ass over feet off the foot of the bed. It was pretty hilarious. I don't think we finished either because we were laughing so hard.
Arguments are boner killers. Imagine if he just started nagging you about some random shit. Would you be compelled to jump on his dick?
And don't have sex just because the opportunity is there. Do it because you both genuinely want to.
Erections can be very spontaneous, but maintaining one can be a challenge sometimes, especially when stressed or fatigued. If something interrupts the sexual momentum it takes a bit of encouragement to recover. Try some verbal stimulation.