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I have had some things happen that has aroused my suspicion about my man. The only question I must ask, I caught him masturbating and them curling up his pelvis and ejaculating in his own mouth. He admitted he liked it and liked his own taste. Has anyone heard of this? Is it at all normal in the realm of masturbation and all?
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It can be normal. I would say almost all men who have masturbated has tasted themselves. Any man who has kissed his woman after she finishes him off orally has tasted himself. The extra kick for him is he likes the taste and he can reach himself. I myself like prostate massages and have used a vibrator on myself and with my gf using it on me. I have also tasted myself. I have no desire to be with a man. I don't think he's bi unless he's looking at or been with another man.
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