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kboyer
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my friends have told me after sex you have to
masterbate is this true if yes than why...

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LilBlueSmurf
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Err ... no, it's not true. When, where and why you masturbate (if you do) is really a personal choice. There is no law saying you have to masturbate after sex. Your friend is defineatly wrong.
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SlowCookie
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You don't have to masturbate after sex but you should go to the bathroom and urinate. That'll help clear out the bacteria that could have gotten into your urethra, decreasing your risk of a UTI.
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golden101
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I have never heard that you'd have to masterbate after sex. If you want to that's your choice but you don't have to. But what Slowcookie said is good advice. UTI's aren't very fun
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Sweet_angel_baby13
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so not true, do u know why they sad that? cuz its not true!!
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Celtic Daisy
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Definatly not true...hmmm...hehe, why would you want to masturbate after sex anyways? Well...i guess ya could, i dunno.

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Gumdrop Girl
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women, unlike men, do not have a "refractory period." they can be sexually aroused immediately after completing a sexual act. i.e., they can get up and get going again. so i suppose it's not impossible to masturbate and orgasm again. but i don't see why you would; dunno 'bout the rest of you, but i find intercourse to be a strenuous activity. i'd probably have a heart attack or something.

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