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For additional information on most common penis health issues, tips on improving penis sensitivity, and what to do to maintain a healthy penis, visit: http://www.penishealth101.com. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous online web sites.
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Soft Penis Sex Tips - When Hard Isn't Happening

Apr 7th 2015 at 6:36 PM

A big strong monster of a member is every man's goal, but the reality is that sometimes what a guy has to work with is a soft penis. Most sex tips involving the soft penis focus on ways to make it hard, and that's certainly laudable; however, sometimes hardness just isn't going to happen in the desired way, even when a man maintains excellent penis health. For those occasions when relative softness is the order of the day (or night), the following sex tips may prove helpful.

A soft penis is not a disinterested penis.

Because the typical image of a sexually engaged penis is one that is as hard as steel, it's easy to forget that a man can be sexually interested and still be soft. This is especially true when a formerly hard penis has gone a bit limp. The tool is still feeling that need to engage, but physical conditions have effected a change in the hardness factor. Partners who encounter a soft penis shouldn't take it as a sign of rejection – but it may mean that, if the anticipated entertainment involves penetration, there may need to be a change of plans.

Use the situation to explore.

Many men and their partners think that a soft penis that prevents penetration means no sex. In fact, the presence of a soft penis can allow a couple to engage in some new explorations of their bodies. The soft partner can really take a tour of his partner's body, using his tongue and his fingers to cause excitation in a variety of erogenous zones.  And the partner can certainly return the favor.

Rub it in.

Just because penetration is off the table doesn't mean there can't be genital-to-genital collaboration. Many couples find it intensely exciting to lie face-to-face and rub their genitals against each other. Some also report a tingling erotic thrill from having the woman lie with her legs spread and the male knelt beside her, taking his soft penis and gently slapping it against her labia and clitoris.

Break out the toys.

When a soft penis presents itself, it can provide an excellent opportunity to try out some sex toys on each other. For example, sharing a vibrator can be a terrifically sensual experience – as can each of the partners having a vibrator and pleasuring the other partner simultaneously. Edible underwear can add a playful and tasteful aspect to the evening. A dildo for a female partner's vagina is an obvious option, but men may want to consider exploring a little anal penetration for themselves as well.

Masturbate.

Masturbation is too often a solo activity, even among couples who have been together for years. Mutual masturbation is often practiced with one partner pleasuring the other manually, but each partner self-pleasuring him/herself in front of the other is much rarer. Couples may want to take advantage of a soft penis to openly masturbate, narrating their experience as they go and commenting on how exciting they find the activity in the moment. A person can discover a great deal about what pleasures a partner by watching him or her masturbate. (And partners don't have to wait for a soft penis occurrence to indulge in this stimulating experience!)

There are more sex tips for when a soft penis is present, including mutual oral sex, body painting, etc., but these offer an idea of what one can do. Soft or hard, the health of the rod is crucial, and so using a first-class penis health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil) should be part of every man's daily routine. A crème with many amino acids and vitamins is best. Most men want one that includes L-arginine, an ingredient that aids in the production of nitric oxide. Why is that good? Because nitric oxide helps keep penile blood vessels open. Also advisable is to find a crème with vitamin C, which plays a key role in collagen formation and penile tissue firmness. Applying the crème regularly helps keep a soft penis, a hard penis and any penis in between in better health.

 

Visit http://www.menshealthfirst.com for additional information on most common penis health issues, tips on improving penis sensitivity and what to do to maintain a healthy penis. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous websites.

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