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Posted by: joe | 2009-01-13

i know my gf is faking it

i know my gf is faking it, we were watching a porn movie and after a few days she started sounding like to the movie, it is worse now, i think she thinks i will feel better but it is a turn off though.. i wish for to experience real pleasure than to try and please me by faking it....

should i tell her or should not i, that is the question, collegues what would you do?

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Keeping quite about what you experience or not experience in your sexual relationship does not enhance the growth of honesty and complete intimacy in a sexual relationship. I would suggest that you express your concerns with your girlfriend – in a non accusatory and attacking manner though – If she needs some different stimulation that will provide the opportunity for her express that

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Posted by: Wondering | 2009-01-14

Maybe she thought you would like it. So, if you don' t, then in a nice way (after all she is doing this for you) tell her its a turn-off.

Besides, there are women that don' t climax through vaginal penetration and thats normal too. Then you need to make some extra effort and stimulate her otherwise.

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Posted by: anti-faker | 2009-01-13

Hi there,
I agree - faking it sucks
!
I' m a woman, and I don' t care if it hurts my boyfriends'  feelings, but I never fake it. My opinion is that I' ll never have orgasms if I fake it, because my boyfriend simply won' t know that he hasn' t pleased me.

Tell your girlfriend that she should comunicate with you during your " play time"  with her sounds of ecstacy, and maybe reassure her that your feelings aren' t hurt if she doesn' t climax.
Instead she should tell you what turns her on, and what will get her to have an incredible sheet gripping experience.

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Posted by: waaar | 2009-01-13

Confront and tell her you' ll feel better

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