Model and actress Molly Sims joins The Doctors to discuss a recent study that looked at how long sex usually lasts around the world.
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It depends on how many time ur are doing when ur in the sexual process as the number of sriking increase then time will also increase...honestly my first strike takes 4 minute secnd 20 minute and the third stikre is about 1 hours...
I just LOVE these red-faced sessions on television around the private body parts of homo sapiens, especially considering the pure cuteness of women walking around with little peepholes between their legs like secret hatches out of which cute animals could emerge.
I have always lasted for about 10-15 mins but all I have to do is lick her or kiss after the orgasm and I am ready within 2-3 mins after the orgasm and I can have about 8-10 orgasms an hour depending on the lady. I am 46.
the guy is honest, molly is not, is afraid of what will people think
also the spectators are not sincere, their reactions are like "omg is he serious? im so sorry for him", they're just a bunch of frightened cowards...they're hiding, poor idiots
Would have been ten minutes had it risen to the occasion, which fortunately/unfortunately, it won't. and am too proud to have cialis/ viagra. So it's like bye bye to the great S. There was a time it happened. Now it happens no more................................................
They don’t want to acknowledge that most of the time, the bigger the dick, the longer and better the sex is for both the man and woman. I’d be interested to find out the average time if they eliminated Asian countries like Korea, China, and Japan
It depends on the two people having Intercourse.It could be Man and a Woman;a Woman and a Woman,a Man and a Man,and Transexuals.We must always look at the bigger picture.I feel the
only way is to carry out Surveys to determine the time for Intercourse into various categories.The
category I would be in,is the Man and Woman.
I've done 8 hours, but that's multiple, multiple times with cleanups in between, and I was 25 and in great shape. Actual penetration to orgasm timing? It gets longer with each session, so by the end of 8 hours (with 10 to 20 minutes in between for naps and cleanup and snacks and oral) we're talking 15 minutes of pumping before coming - but slow pumping. It's hard to time it - you're in there, enjoying the sensation, maybe sit back a little, just moving a tiny bit, maybe not moving at all while she's pulsing. Really, really hard to time.
Oh yeah - women in your 30s? Get a boyfriend in his 20s for a while who's in good shape. You will both appreciate it. Don't pretend it isn't about the sex - just enjoy the sex and when it's over, move on.
It's a stupid question because it comes down to circumstances and your mood and location. Sometimes a real quickie can be enough and other times you can have sex for hours or anything inbetween. Sometimes there is lost of foreplay other times non and then your mood comes into it...if you are highly aroused and excited then it can be quick or again with your mood or your partners mood it can be long. And location might been it has to be a quick encounter and other locations you have time to do it for as long as you want. Erectile problems can affect things..premature ejaculation can be another factor..tiredness...the list goes on. There is no right or wrong answer...just take things as they come and go with how you feel and every sexual experience will be different.
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