Hey guys, i have a question which probably doesnt have a real answer. Me and my girl friend are deciding not to have vaginal sex until we are married. When ever i perform oral on her, she never has an orgasm. She claims that her clit is not very sensative towards it. When i finger her, she said it feels good, but she also never orgasms from that. The only time she has an orgasm is when she grinds on me with our clothes on. Occasionally that will make her have an orgasm. That being said, im worried about not being able to please her to the point of an orgasm when we are married, if we do get married. Is there a possibility that something could be wrong with her sexually perhaps? Or when we have sex, will there be a better chance of her having a orgasm? thanks for your time.View Thread
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