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Sirthan
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When I'm masturbating I can never bring myself to
ejaculation, I know i can produce sperm because i have had a wet dream before.(Although my dreams never really get changed, no sexual content or anything, I just know because there is a white spot in my black underwear sometimes)And so i cant bring myself to orgasm, so is there a way to try and fix this?

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Robin Lee
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A couple of questions:

When you masturbate, what does happen?
Is it something you enjoy doing/get pleasure from?

Have you ever experienced orgasm any other way, say, with a partner? I'm assuming not since you didn't mention it, but I thought I'd ask.

Sexual arousal and response is so much more than the physical part of it. . A lot of people say that the brain is our biggest sex sex organ. So, when you masturbate, are you already mentally aroused?

I'm giving you a bit of reading material that might give you a few things to think about with sexual response and orgasm.

With Pleasure: A View of Whole Sexual Anatomy for Every Body

Sexual Response & Orgasm: A Users Guide

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Sirthan
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Ok i haven't read the articles yet but I do have some answers to your questions.
When I masturbate I eventually have to go to the bathroom, and eventually I get tired of trying and stop.
Yes I do enjoy masturbating very much. [Smile]
and I really don't understand what you mean by "mentally aroused" I am normally aroused...

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Robin Lee
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I'm sorry if I was confusing. What I meant was feeling aroused, having aroused thoughts. Sometimes people masturbate as more of a physical thing. Going through the motions, almost.

The articles I gave you will I think make this clearer.

I do want to let you know that this doesn't make you strange or unusual. People's bodies react in all sorts of ways.

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Sirthan
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Well, today I tried kinda hard to ejaculate-I was pretty aroused and went all the way, it was fun - still no ejaculation but, I did get my foreskin pulled back (Something I usually don't do because I got a really sensitive... you know)
I think at this point I may just not be ready to ejaculate awake. I still had fun [Razz] [Big Grin]

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