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    What a Great Experience this group has become. The kinship in Brotherhood. There is such a diverse range of topics. This is the place we can be as open as we want to be... Everyone is welcome to join, but it is not a place to Cruise. It's for sharing sexual questions and comments among men.
    Time to Orgasm
    joe8843 posted:
    What is the typical amount of time it takes you to reach orgasm from when you started intercourse?
    geokeith responded:
    depends...if i am all fired up and havent had sex in a while, about 2 minutes or less...other than that, i can usually manage 5-8;
    hairyd replied to geokeith's response:
    It not how long it take for you to have a orgasm.... But that You do not pull it out until the Female has Her Orgasm (*_*)
    uniquescreename replied to geokeith's response:
    I agree with you, Gokeith - depends on the circumstance. I found a great, thin condom that feels like you aren't wearing anything, but helps me last longer with my wife. It is also a visual thing for me. Sunday mornings seem to have become an opportune time for booty, and we stay under the sheets in case our kid pops in. After four or five minutes (she on her back and me on my side) I will push her shirt up to watch as I play with her breasts. Start the count down because it's not long after that I'm blowing into that condom. Overall, in that scenario, I'm probably good for about eight minutes, but not much more.
    Anon_5862 replied to uniquescreename's response:
    I agree with you HairyD. Most of the time we males want our wives to orgasm before we do since after we do, we don't have the physical ability to maintain our erection long enought to potentially satisfy her. If I am doing it only for my benefit then I would guestimate my time to be in the 5-7 minute range. Yes, sometimes the wife will say "just do it so I can go to sleep" and being the pig that I am I will do as she asks. In most cases we decide as a couple whether we are both into making love and proceed from there. We have been married over 30 years so, everything can be discussed relating to sexual issues without the other partnet being offended. Since we introduced sex toys into our relationship a long time ago, both of us can achieve orgasm every time, either her first with the combination of me and the toy or me first and then the toy.
    doogood responded:
    If we're only talking about intercourse meaning time of entry until orgasm - probably a few minutes without stopping and pausing from thrusting and yeah time from last orgasm till then plays a big factor. But if you're counting foreplay/pre entry - anywhere from 15 minutes to a half hour. I guess I'm lucky in that my wife can have multiple orgasms fairly easily - or maybe I just a great cocksman (hey I can dream - right?) I agree with others who have posted here, communication is key because I know once I fire off, I usually ready to call it a night.

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