I've been looking over some of these messages and through this website, but I haven't been able to find another circumstance exactly like mine. I kinda got boared looking though, so I'm sorry if this is a repeat. Up until recently, I hadn't really had any sexual experience of any kind. I've tried to masturbate, but I found that I just couldn't get myself off, or I got bored with it trying before I succeeded. Its just that a big part or what arouses me is the other person's reaction to the situation. I'm really in tune with other people's feelings. Anyway, my boyfriend and I started to become intimate (kissing, petting, feeling, fingering) and it was amazing, though I was a little out of it. Within about 5 minutes of doing this (so I was told) I started to drift out of it, and i don't remember us stopping, why when or how. I said something to him, then I got realy tense, then a little dizzy/light headed, and i don't remember anything up until laying down and saying that it was great. I was embarrassed about not remembering. I confronted him about this later and he said that he stopped because my eyes went really glassy and I was breathing like I had run a long distance race. I've been reading up on orgasms and such, but since I had never had one I don't know what to expect. Was that what was happening? It happened pretty fast too, like 5 minutes isn't a long time. Could it be completely unrelated and I'm just screwed up? Will it likely be the same every time? That would really suck if I could never remember...
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