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SaharaD
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Hello TTMO

My abusive husband seemed to have a need to prove his sexuality. I discovered stashes of porn DVD, virility supplements and penile enlargement kits….. At the time I thought this was just normal male insecurity but it isn’t….

As far as being a man in bed he was what I would consider normal. One lady had an abuser who would withhold sex from her and just watch porn and be on his own.

They are insecure to the highest level and think that the worse thing is to not be “man enough sexually” whatever that means.

I’ve since discovered that one of my friends from school is bi and doesn’t question it or think there is something wrong with him sexually.

Abusers are not real men (or women). Being a real man or women hasn’t got anything to do with sexuality. It’s to do with your character and as we know their character is rotten to the core.

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