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    my first time
    An_249299 posted:
    Me and my boyfriend were messing around and he eventually went "limp". do you feel it the first time even if he was limp?
    georgiagail responded:
    Depends on what you mean by "messing around".

    elle0317 responded:
    Most men cannot penetrate a vagina while limp. That is the whole purpose of an erection.
    hairyd responded:
    You may not know the words required to be use on these threads. But if I understand your comment. You and your boyfriend enjoyed foreplay for the first time. To have sex his penis does have to enter your vagina, anus or mouth.. Did he go limp because his ejection was in a condom or on / in you

    You are using safe sex practices from pg and disease?.
    Always remember your penis is unique, just like every man.

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