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gourlegr
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Hi. I have been sexually active with my girlfriend for a few months now. The thing is, I love performing cunnilingus on her. In fact, I often ejaculate by eating her out. However,cunnilingus is the only sexual activity that arouses me. I have tried vaginal intercourse and fellatio, but I don't get aroused from those activities. When I talk to my friends about sex, how do I tell them my girlfriend and I don't do intercourse, only cunnilingus? Thanks.
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Karybu
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Can I ask why you feel that that's information your friends need or would want to have?

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WesLuck
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It's none of your friend's business what you do in the bedroom. Provided both people's limits are being respected, and lots of fun is being had by both sides, then it doesn't matter what your friends would think *if* you told them. And Karybu makes a good point, that you don't really need to tell them, just like there are certain things your friends would not (or not accurately) tell of their sex lives.
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Saffron Raymie
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There's nothing unusual about being aroused only by cunnilingus if you don't have a vulva - it's just an activity that really works for you as an individual.

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gourlegr
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Sorry, I my guess my question is, have any other males experienced this? Are there any other males who need to eat out a girl to get aroused?
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Kachina
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Yep, there are certainly other guys who find that is their favorite sexual activity, or is what they need to get aroused.

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My boyfriend gets really aroused by it as well, probably even more so than when I perform oral sex on him, so you're not the only one out there! As long as it's something both you and your partner enjoy, then there's no need to worry.
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