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Hot Stuff
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I've had sex a lot and a bunch the other stuff that goes along with it. I thought I got off because I enjoyed the sex or oral sex or whichever was being performed. But then the other night I was having sex with my boyfriend and I guess I had an orgasism, my whole body shook and it felt great. I'm just wondering why it was like this now and not the other times and if you can have the big "O" without having those feelings go through my body? Also, this is actually really embarassing (sorry for my spelling) but when I'm on top and having sex with my boyfriend I um...farted the last 2 times we've had sex. I want to know what that's from because that's never happened before and I never even knew that it was coming or I would've held back. So how could I prevent that from happening?
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Hmmmm its really hard to say why it was like this now and not before. Maybe because you were comfertable, maybe not. I dont know what you are like when you are having intercourse or oral sex. Its just something that happens, maybe it will happen all the time and maybe it wont, but we cant tell you why you orgasmed this time, and if it will happen again.

Farting while having sex, OH so normal. Its no big deal. I have done that before and I'm sure that half of the people here have. I just laugh with my boyfriend until we are blue in the face. Its something that happens and you can't prevent it, so just GO WITH THE FLOW, sex isnt supposed to be so serious, have fun, laugh, make it interesting.


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If by farting you mean air expelled from the vagina, that's incredibly normal, as air sometimes just gets there in certain positions (that is, most of them), and need to come out some way. It may be kind of funny, but other than maybe being a good laugh, it's not a big deal.
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