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I'm a female and I was just wondering what the average time is for a male to complete masturbation with an orgasm. I'm sure it varies, but what's the norm? 5 minutes or 20 minutes or...?

Also, when a male cums does that mean he has had an orgasm? If not could a female physically tell if a male has orgasmed?


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Yes, it varies completely from male to male, so it's impossible for me to answer.

And yes, the vast majority of a time, when a man ejaculates it means he has orgasmed. Ejaculation can occur without an orgasm, but it's unlikely.

There's no other definite way to tell if a man has come, besides asking

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