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well I'm 19 and I've only had sex once and only got head 3 times. well when I had sex I lasted about 15 mins but when I receive head I only last like 2 mins tops. I want to increase the time that I go. is it normal since I have no experience or am I doing something wrong or is there something wrong with me? hope you can help thanks
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Hi devon,
Welcome to Scarleteen! This article will help you learn how to use the Scarleteen boards efficiently: New to Scarleteen?

And to answer your question, no there's nothing wrong or unusual about that. Some people orgasm quickly, and some people don't, but it's all perfectly normal. Also, keep in mind that young men tend to ejaculate more quickly than older men. If you would like to delay your orgasm, you could try masturbating beforehand.

Kindness and honesty can be expected only from the strong.

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