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    Hooking Up with and Old Friend
    An_244385 posted:
    I have been chatting with an old friend and we have discussed hooking up. The only problem that I have with this is that I am on depression meds that include side effects such as "difficulty achieving orgasm". When we hook up, if he is all hot and heavy, should I fake it to make him happy or try and see how long it takes him to fully pleasure me?
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    bob249 responded:
    Three words:

    Hitachi Magic Wand

    a bit expensive, but worth more than its weight in orgasms.
    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    I wouldn't fake it but I would give him a heads up that the medication you take may make you having an orgasm difficult. That way he'll know if you don't have one that it's you and not him.
    hairyd replied to tlkittycat1968's response:
    Have you spoke with your doctor. If it would be ok not to take the med. 8 to 12 before sex. Never fake a orgasm; a real lover knows the differents. Tell the friend that it difficult for you to have a orgasm. Therefore request he use a slow (or fast) hand. Also give each head first, or request the position that will make you cum. If he is a older male he should have the experience to control his penis. A friend does not need
    to know your medication. ALWAYS have sex knowing your will not stop until he fully pleasure you. You will not stop until his penis to limp, his tongue is hurting, and fingers are cramping. Keep us posted does- good ole friends make super Lovers.
    Always remember your penis is unique, just like every man.

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