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An_243497 posted:
Dear all,

I got married 9 months ago and have had a good relationship with my husband. We both enjoy having sex a lot. However, I have faced a problem that I rarely have an orgasm with him (almost never, with few exceptions). He really wants me to experience it, but it takes such a long time he cannot wait for that.

I know that having an orgarsm is very important and I can not pretend that I am happy with sex without orgasm. But I do not know what to do. I appreciate any useful comments in this regard.

Cheers
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fcl responded:
Women generally take longer to orgasm than men. The first and easiest solution is for him to either give you an orgasm or to take you to the very brink of orgasm through foreplay FIRST.
There's nothing inherently dirty about sex, but if you try real hard and use your imagination you can overcome that.


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