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duelist
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A while ago I heard that men's orgasm and ejaculation do not go hand in hand. The fact that they more often than not (for many men) happen at the same time is purely "coincidence" -- men can orgasm without ejaculation, and vice-versa. Now I'm not a man, and am not sexually active, so just for interest's sake I want to know if this is true or not. Thanks!

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Heather
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Actually, they RARELY happen at the exact same time, but often occur one right after the other (in other words, orgasm, then ejaculate).

But just like female ejaculation, they are two separate -- but usualy interrelated -- events.

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logic_grrl
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So it's not "coincidence" that they generally tend to happen together - it's not purely random .

But it's perfectly possible for orgasm to happen without ejaculation, or vice versa.


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