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lil_kiwi
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So I was just wondering lately I have noticed when I orgasm through intercourse, my vaginal walls contract but I don't generally feel the same type of pleasure as a clitoral orgasm. Is this still a orgasm?
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Starfire&Shadows
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It still could be an orgasm. But if it doesn't feel as good as other stuff you've been doing, then you can always go back to what you know feels best, or experiment with other stuff.

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