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My girlfriend sometimes holds me tight and her legs start shaking for a couple seconds after Ive done something sexually to her that she really likes. Was she having an orgasm? I know there isnt any way for you guys to tell me, but maybe a lot of girls legs shake back and forth when they are orgasming?


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It would be easiest for your girlfriend to tell you if she has had an orgasm or not, not us. It's as simple as asking.
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