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    Is this normal?
    An_215134 posted:
    i'm 20 years old and lately i have been horney all the time. this isnt normal for me. my fiance and i are very sexually active but the last few weeks i want it several times a day. usually once is enough but not anymore. is this normal?
    longduckdong46 responded:
    Sounds like you are in the majority. I know how I was feeling at 20. This is coming from a male perspective.
    Elle0317 responded:
    I think being horny at that age is just a given. My ex and I were at it several times a day around that age. I'm female.
    An_215135 responded:
    i remember when i was in my early 20's, i too wanted sex several times a day. then that feeling faded away. now i am in my middle 50"s went thru menopause & i love sex more now then when i was in my 20"s. i am more adventurous more open i feel more free..

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