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i've been with my girlfriend for two months now, we're both still virgins the problem is im to easily turned on, even if we just kiss or lay together i more than likely get an erection, i find it really spoils the mood, she dosent care but i find it awkward sometimes, especially in public, is this a puberty problem or something else?
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Problem? No. Puberty? Probably. There are many guys (and girls) that are easily turned on like that. If your brain likes it, and it's not doing anyone any harm, then let it happen. It's just your body's way of being happy.

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