It's hard to tell if you are asking about premature ejaculation or if you are having difficulty continuing sex after ejaculation (2nd round). Either way 5 minutes is normal for ejaculation and men normally need a rest period (depending on your age, the older you are the more time you need) before round 2 of sex.View Thread
Sounds fairly standard, did you have a question? Most men will climax in 3-5 minutes of penetration, if this is an issue for you, you can ask him to bring you to orgasm first, then he can have his.View Thread
I am always amazed, and not in a good way, the amount of people that come here know so little human about reproduction, don't they teach sex-ed in school anymore?? If this is the result of teaching abstinence, then I am very worried for those students. They will grow up knowing absolutely nothing about sex (other than the rumour and wive's tales out there) and how babies are made. It's actually very frightening!View Thread
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