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luanne
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My boyfriend and I were making out for the first time yesterday. Things got pretty intense. I was aroused and had to catch my breath a few times. He seems genuinely attracted to me, and he was the one who initiated the whole thing, and he was rather "aggressive" (not the exact word I want) which I liked. He acted like he was very horny, but... he didn't get an erection. I wasn't planning on doing anything more than make out, but I'm still puzzled, and crestfallen.

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Stephanie_1
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You know, everyone reacts really differently to different types of stimulation.There are certain things that may be more prone to get our bodies to react a certain way, and other things that will not. Just because he didn't get an erection from making out, however much he may have enjoyed it, does not mean that you should feel bad or that he somehow enjoyed it less than you.

Too? Some guys, especially guys that are a little older but some younger guys as well, don't get an erection without more targeted stimulation.

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