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    Why she's faking it
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    J5DC2 posted:
    Just wondering what members of this board would think about this study. I hope I copied the correct link to it.


    http://news.menshealth.com/why-shes-faking-it/2011/12/06/
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    FCL responded:
    My take on this is that if you have to be told these things by a magazine article then you have a BIG communication problem. You should both be able to admit that you're not reaching orgasm if and when it happens. It's nothing to be ashamed of and it happens to everyone once in their lives . I've never faked it but have, on the odd occasion, said "I just can't make it - don't worry ... the trip was as good as the destination" or something similar and then just slipped into afterglow ...
    There's nothing inherently dirty about sex, but if you try real hard and use your imagination you can overcome that.


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