“Oh, he treats me with respect, he says he loves me all the time. He calls me fifteen times a day, he likes to make sure that I’m fine. You know I’ve never met a man who’s made me feel quite so secure. He’s not like all them other boys, they’re all so dumb and immature.
There’s just one thing that’s getting in the way. When we go up to bed, you’re just no good, it’s such a shame. I look into your eyes, I want to get to know you. And then you make this noise and it’s apparent it’s all over”
I cherish the moment in life when you find a song that sums up your situation perfectly; however, unfortunately these moments tend to be because of something negative in your life. At the moment my life issues can be summed up rather nicely by Lily Allen’s song “Not Fair”. Thank god for Lily Allen’s odd choice of subject material for most of her songs. I’ve started seeing a new man (the teacher, mention a few times in previous posts); he’s completely lovely, but somewhat lacking in the bedroom.
We’ve been seeing each other a month now. Unfortunately due to extenuating circumstances, we’ve been unable to get much time together to do the deed. Before we had sex the first time he confessed to me that he wasn’t particularly experienced. I was ok with that (hey less ex girlfriends to be jealous of). But there was more, he went on to tell me that he wasn’t any good in bed and had no idea what he was doing. I felt bad for him, and reassured him that he was probably fine, just feeling nervous.
He’s terrible in the sack. What am I suppose to be tell him. I try to point out things he could do that I’d enjoy, however this usually results in him getting nervous (and we all know what happen’s to a man’s performance once he becomes nervous).
What should I do? I don’t want to result to resort to Lily Allen’s reasoning that he is somehow mean or selfish. However, it really is not fair.
“It’s not fair and I think you’re really mean. I think you’re really mean, I think you’re really mean. Oh, you’re suppose to care. But you never make me scream, you never make me scream.
Oh, it’s not fair and it’s really not okay. It’s really not okay, it’s really not okay. Oh, you’re supposed to care. But all you do is take, yeah, all you do is take.”