Multiorgasmic Brunch

by A_guy_who_isn't_sure...

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Director: Erika Lust
Performers: coming soon ...
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Production year: 2017
 

I’ve watched a lot of porn (maybe too much) and believe me, I think I can tell the difference between fake mainstream acting and real pleasure, like in your films.

The problem is when I have sex, I’m constantly paranoid about whether my partners are faking it or not…

How are you supposed to tell? I’ve heard that people overact sometimes for effect. And that you can tell by the flush of colour in the skin due to the rush of blood. All my female friends admit to faking it and I don’t have a problem with it… But I want to make sure my partners never forget the orgasms I give them, so I need to know they’re real.

Girls in porn seem to be able to come two or three times! So my question to you Erika –

Are multiorgasms false or true?

And more importantly, how do I make them happen??

 
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One response to “Multiorgasmic Brunch”

  1. Why is an orgasm so important to you? I have a lot of fun during sex, even without an orgasm. And partners, who concentrate less on my orgasm quote and more on my pleasure and what I like, want and love (because I tell them and we talk openly about our sex live and pleasure) make me so comfortable, that I don’t feel the pressure to fake it. I think the whole “SHE HAS TO COME TO MAKE ME FEEL GOOD ABOUT MY PERFORMANCE” thing started the whole faking. Just relax a little and ask, what your partner likes and what brings him/her pleasure. That’s all.

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