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Usually, during any kind of sexual activity with a partner,

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Submitted by Heather Corinna on Sat, 2009-07-11 08:48
I'm female or female-identified and more invested in satisfying my partner than myself.
20% (547 votes)
I'm female or female-identified and equally invested in both my satisfaction and my partner's.
25% (689 votes)
I'm female or female-identified and more invested in satisfying myself than my partner.
5% (132 votes)
I'm male or male-identified and more invested in satisfying my partner than myself.
14% (399 votes)
I'm male or male-identified and equally invested in my satisfaction and my partner's.
11% (298 votes)
I'm male or male-identified and more invested in satisfying myself than my partner.
2% (60 votes)
I identify differently than male/female and am more invested in satisfying my partner than myself.
1% (33 votes)
I identify differently than male/female and am equally invested in my satisfaction and my partner's.
1% (38 votes)
I identify differently than male/female and am more invested in satisfying myself than my partner.
1% (18 votes)
I have not yet or ever had any kind of sex with a partner.
20% (559 votes)
Total votes: 2773

No sex at all

Mon, 2009-08-31 16:08
Newbie22

Still looking for a girlfriend...haven't ever really talked to girls about being more than friends..and i'm 22

Pleasuring my partner is

Mon, 2009-07-27 12:03
A-Totem-Belladonna

Pleasuring my partner is very important to me, and it gives me pleasure to do so, so the go hand in hand, for me at least.

Female/female-identified & invested in satisfying myself

Fri, 2009-07-24 00:40
JordashVQ

This has been the case for me up until recently. I have been too shy (due to inexperience, mostly) to pleasure my boyfriend and he's seemed content with just giving me pleasure, but I feel as if it's unbalanced (which I'm sure it is). Now I've become more interested in pleasuring him as well, though I haven't tried anything yet.

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