What is the best non-sexual way to apply lotion to my genitals?
21 April 2017, 04:16 PM
Recently my gentials have been dry and peeling a little bit so I want to apply a lotion to help the issue. Problem is, everyone know lotion down there usually means something else, so I'm wondering how I can apply lotion in a non-sexual way  
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Well you can just apply it. Actually baby oil or Vaseline will work the best as it tends to moisturize better. If you happen to get hard in the process no harm done as you can never masturbate too much.
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