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NaiasPulchrissima
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I was wondering. Is there a difference in "getting off" and having and orgasm? And if so, does it apply to guys as well?
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Hanne
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Many people use the phrase "get off" or "getting off" to mean "having an orgasm." I think it's safe to assume that in general, yes, that's what people are talking about when they use that phrase in a sexual context.

Orgasms are different to some degree for men and women. For more on human sexual response, read this article: http://www.scarleteen.com/sexuality/response.html

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