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    sex drive
    An_251857 posted:
    my boyfriend and i always had sex and in two minutes he discharge
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    elle0317 responded:
    Sounds fairly standard, did you have a question? Most men will climax in 3-5 minutes of penetration, if this is an issue for you, you can ask him to bring you to orgasm first, then he can have his.
    stevesmw replied to elle0317's response:
    I would change will climax to can climax. If your partner is amenable to giving quickies that's great, but if you are making love you should take your time so that both partners can savor the experience.

    A man wants to be able to control his orgasmic response to he can climax quickly or take his time to pleasure his partner as long as she wants. A man that can't last 5 minutes will be disappointed with his performance.

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