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My boyfriend and I were fooling around one night and I was giving him a hand job. I did it for about 45 minutes and he never came. He said he liked it but he just never came. Later he told me that he came early he was just afraid to tell me. I think he was just telling me that to make me feel better. Why didn't he come???
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Well, first off, sex isn't just about orgasm. It's about alot more than that. Just because your partner didn't ejaculate doesn't mean that he didn't have a good time. Sometimes you're going to orgasm, and sometimes you aren't...that's true for both men and women. Maybe you're stressed out about something (sexual or non-sexual), or maybe you're just not there hormonally on that day...there could be a myriad of reasons. Just focus on enjoying yourselves (and on being safe, of course), let the orgasms take care of themselves.

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