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    she prefers to be on top
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    gentle1954 posted:
    my partner likes to be on top to get orgasam . she cant get to orgasam in other position but on top. some times there is no penetration but she moves her vagina on my soft penis while im buttom and i feel she has orgasma. im wondering why is she such a woman?
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    Mensch59 responded:
    Why?? Why ask why? She's happy and having good orgasms and so are you. Many women prefer to be on top because it provides the best clitoral stimulation for them. What other way do you want her to orgasm? She having them with you and gets you off too. Sounds like perfection to me.
     
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    FCL replied to Mensch59's response:
    Yes, what he said ...


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