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    Problems in the bedroom
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    An_257802 posted:
    Me and my boyfriend have a lot of sex. Some days 6 or 7 times. Some of these times all of the sex causes my vagina lips and hole to get soft. When it gets soft sex becomes awkward because my bf can't stay hard in my super soft. What can I do to keep it tight the whole time?
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    georgiagail responded:
    Not have sex so often. Perhaps the issue isn't that you're "soft" but rather he can't stay hard because of simple exhaustion after all those previous sexual events earlier in the day.


    In other words, his spirit is certainly willing but a certain portion of his anatomy needs a bit of a rest and is temporarily "weak". Six or 7 times in a day is impressive, even for bunny rabbits.

    Gail


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