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On me and my girlfriends 2 month aniversity, we were making out on my bed and dry humping. She said "why don't you get one of those condoms out, wait let lie down and cool the hormons so we dont do something we might regret." So we lied there for a few minutes and she said that she wanted to, so I got it out and when I first got got in her she groaned and then she enjoyed herself after that. Something I think might be odd but I don't know is that she came just a bit befor I did(she did that on our second time too), I'm woundering if that is normal for 2 people that are brand new to sex.
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This belongs more in sexual basics and sexual health, rather than Relationships. So I'll send it over that way.

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