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Posted by: Anony | 2010/06/15

Orgasm

Why a man has a tendency of asking a woman if she has climaxed or '' come out''?
Does a woman have to be blamed for that ( if not, but enjoyed the act)?
How to respond to that question?

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Dear Anony

While it is important for men to reach orgasm, for women, it may be just as satisfying to have experienced the intimacy and sharing of sensual feelings with her partner. Your partner may not know this and may feel that he is only satisfying you if you reach a climax. Making love does not have to include coitus/penetration and intercourse does not have to include orgasm. It is important for you to share with your partner what your feelings are and that you may be satisfied without necessarily reaching orgasm.

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Our users say:
Posted by: Mara | 2010/06/17

It is straght &  obvious that he doesn''t satify you or you were bored by his style of doing it.Be fair and tell him what you really like,how &  when bcos climax is best part of sex for both.

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Posted by: XXX | 2010/06/15

A man likes to know that he has given you pleasure,hence the question.Most women these days feel they must climax every time as well,so he wants confirmation of that.
If to climax is not that important to you,then tell him that you enjoyed it anyway.

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Posted by: Alexander | 2010/06/15

well, just be honest with the guy.

1. if you didnt - say no, but tell him you enjoyed it nevertheless. (this might make him try harder to satisfy you next time)

2. if you did - say yes.

Reply to Alexander
Posted by: sexologist | 2010/06/15

Dear Anony

While it is important for men to reach orgasm, for women, it may be just as satisfying to have experienced the intimacy and sharing of sensual feelings with her partner. Your partner may not know this and may feel that he is only satisfying you if you reach a climax. Making love does not have to include coitus/penetration and intercourse does not have to include orgasm. It is important for you to share with your partner what your feelings are and that you may be satisfied without necessarily reaching orgasm.

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