hi i'm in a long term relationship with my bf and our sex life is pretty good... except strange...perhaps....we don't really know we love each other very much and are comfortable with what we do we just somtimes wonder if thats what goes on elsewhere or if we are unique individuals. ok ... to start off with...our routine seems a little disjointed. we start with foreplay etc and get started...all good... then when he feels like he's going to go soon he stops and then its my turn to do some strange grinding thing - which is the only way we have found to get me to organsm...and once thats happened we start again until he goes and then there is this strange duckwaddle with toilet papper trying to make it to the bathroom before it drips everywhere. am i supposed to organsm without disruping the flow of things?...and are clean-ups allways this awkward? (or do people just wash there sheets a heck of a lot?)
and finally...before i come up with another billion questions...last time i orgasmed it was really great but there was i lot of runny liquid everywhere. we were wondering if that was some sort of female cum or had my lightheadedness caused some sort of temporary bladder weakness that i was unaware of? this was really imbarasing but he laughed it off and assures me that its all ok and he loves me. if i could get some answers that would be great thanks ps - i proably should mention that we were both pretty much virgins before we starting dating so that's why we're so clueless
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