How to Deal with Sex Problems/Sex Orgasm

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Many times when I and my partner have sex, I am always on the top. After penetration and having intercourse for sometimes where I am doing the pushing in and out, my partner took over with her hands on my buttock and trying very hard to push me in & out. Then after sometimes, i can feel she was trying to push penis out of her vagina and trying closing her legs too. I do not like it as I prefer to be in there. Why is it like that? is he enjoying sex? is this a sort of orgasm for her? What'a happening?

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Hi John,

I would guess she is tying to tell you that you are not meeting her needs.  Talk with her and listen to what she needs.  If you are satisfying her she is far more likely to be interested in satisfying you.  Perhaps a little sex education would help you both.   I recommend  The Complete Guide to Sexual Positions - Book [6th Edition 2012] & DVD Set   http://astore.amazon.com/fb0a6-20/detail/B009DQN1YE  It is sure to make you a better lover and to make your sexual experience better for both of you.


Good luck,

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Sexual Relationship Coaching. Published author. I am comfortable answering questions dealing with most areas of sex.

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Sexual Relationship Coach Neural Linguistic Practitioner Hypnotherapist Internationally read author. Retired Educator All relationships are based on having certain needs being met. Healthy relationships are ones where there is a mutual meeting of these needs. Respect, honesty, communication are just some of those needs When those needs and others are not being met, the relationship will fall into disrepair. Together we will identify those needs and work to correct the imbalance. It is not too late, love can be rekindled. And it can last a life time.

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