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Roxie102
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Is it possible for someone with a penis to hold in their ejaculate when orgasming? My boyfriend says that most of the time when masturbating, except when having an exceptionally strong orgasm, he holds his ejaculate in. I've heard of a "point of no return" when it comes to ejaculation, but I also know that I can prevent myself from squirting. So, what's the deal?
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Karybu
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It is possible. Keep in mind that ejaculation and orgasm are two separate events that generally occur together but don't always, so control over ejaculation isn't the same as control over orgasm.

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