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There really is no need to feel this way. As anyone will tell you, true love knows no comparison. Lovers don't compare those that they have known. I have dated women who have felt this way, some have been okay with the idea of my experience, others have not. Those that haven't ended up eating themselves over the topic. They allowed it to consume their happiness and as obvious as it may seem, we are no longer together.
Your boyfriend sounds like a nice enough guy. Talk to him about this. I am quite sure that he will tell you that his past means very little to him and can actually grow to be an asset to YOU. Men are not natural lovers. Sure we may hope to be, but its something that takes times. The art of making love to a women takes the presence of a woman who is willing to get in touch with herself and share that knowledge with a man. The reason being, we are just so gosh dern different. Most of the erogenous zones on a man are not the same as they are on a woman. The amount of pressure used is not the same, and all of this takes time to learn. The wonderful thing about this, is that its all at your pace. Sure he may have done certain positions in the past, but that doesn't mean that it is the same. Even the shared knowledge of a couple of women won't make a man a wonderful lover. What works for one woman, may not work for another. So, his experience, other than allowing him to narrow in on what works for you sooner, it still isn't the same. Think of it as a flower or a snow flake. Each one is different and special. All women are different and special. So regardless of how many snow flakes he may have seen in the past, none have been you, and so don't really matter do they?
Good luck in dealing with your opportunity for growth. If you want to see something of the visual sense, go rent "chasing amy". Its a tongue and cheek sort of comedy about this very same issue. It won't replace personal experience, but it will give you some to think about....

good luck,

thinker
 

 
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