I think it's fairly equal. Stereotypes say it's men, but as a woman I know a lot of women who love sex. There are a lot of women who come here to complain about the lack of sex drive in men, so.....View Thread
How often do you masturbate? And when you do, do you use a dry, tight grip? Some men accustom themselves to orgasming only with this method, but it poses a problem when they are faced with a wet, and not as tight vagina. If this is the case, try to lay off maturbating for a while and see if it improves any.View Thread
You do not need a litre of sperm to make babies. It only takes one and you can't actually see it, what you see is ejaculate. Try drinking more water and see if there is any difference in volume. I highly doubt you have no sperm at your young age, if you are really worried ask your Dr to do a sperm count test.View Thread
Depends on your age whether this is normal or not. Most young men can keep an erection after ejaculation and can keep going. As you age your refractory period will get longer and longer before you can 'go at it' again.View Thread
Seriously? What does being a woman have to with this? Just because I don't have a penis doesn't mean I don't have a brain. Your logic would suggest that men can't be gynecologists simply because they don't have a vagina? Or did you feel emasculated that a woman answered your question?View Thread
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