My boyfriend frequently asked me if he could taste me down there. I was apprehensive at first, but few days back
things got heated up and I let him. His reaction was horrible and he said it was too soon. I was torn to bits; I feel horrible about what he said. I have a lot of health problems and he knows about all of them and I feel he should have been a little sensitive towards the situation. Should I stop blaming myself? Please help.
My troubled macchi, yes you should STOP blaming yourself. For any person to open up to another in an intimate situation and to expose themselves for the first time is a sensitive moment. Revealing your inhibitions to someone is a brave task and should be treated with respect and understanding. Amma can empathize with your feelings of being torn after not getting the right response from your partner.
However macchi, Amma has had many encounters with people who do not know the intricacies of dosamaking, and she can say from experience that often the “nice people” can disrespect you in the most unlikely of moments. They might not be aware that they are being insensitive to someone’s feelings and say things out of impulse. Amma can understand that an attempt towards a conversation revolving around the issue at hand can lead to many embarrassing outcomes; but little idli, like Amma takes risks with spices in her chutneys, you need to take a risk here too. You need to communicate with him and soon! Since this matter is troubling your heart greatly and soon will start to affect your relationship, it is imperative that you talk to him and clearly express what you feel.
Dear macchi, if you care about him enough to make this work, then you need to be completely honest with him. Also if, at any time, you feel that it is not worth the effort and you are not getting the respect you deserve, then Amma suggests you walk away before the batter turns bitter. Communication is the key, but it is not worth the effort if you and your partner are not on the same page as each other.
To send in your queries to Sex Amma email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We respect your confidentiality as much as you do.