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Princesspampam
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My boyfriend has never orgasmed during sex. Or oral sex. Is this normal ? We have been having sex for two weeks almost everyday.
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September
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Does he orgasm with other sexual activities? Does he orgasm with masturbation?

Have you talked about the sexual activities you are engagin in and how you both feel about them? Has he expressed that he enjoys them?

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Johanna
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Princesspampam
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Yes he has expressed he enjoys them. What I notice is that when were in missionary position he makes faces that I love and know he enjoys but doesn't make noise. And on oral sex it's the same thing. I've heard that when a man orgasms he ejaculates. Yes he does, but he doesn't make any noise. When I asked him why he's so quiet he responded saying that it would be weird if he mad a noise.
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Molias
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Orgasm and ejaculation often go together, but not always.

Also, some people just don't feel comfortable making noise during sex. It's ok to ask for more feedback during sex if his silence isn't giving you many clues, but you may find that you become more aware of his body language as time goes on.

I think the best plan is to keep talking with your partner about what sort of sex feels good to him. If he says he's enjoying the sort of sex you're having right now, and you're enjoying it too, then that seems to be the most important thing.

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