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slack alice
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During sex can a woman come as many times as likes as my girlfriend can come up to 20 times in the space of 10/15 mins iv never experienced this before and nor has she we wanted to know if this is normal not that she is complaining! We have sex for hours and she can come every couple of mins we do have breaks inbetween but she just never stops coming!
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Robin Lee
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When it comes to the human body, virtually nothing is "normal" or "abnormal". So, if this is what your girlfriend experiences, and it's comfortable and feels good to her, then there's nothing to be concerned or to wonder about.


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