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it's worn to have more pleasure in masturbation than having sex with a woman

I have Been masturbating for sometime now whenever I do have sex I don't feel the same pleasure I have during mastubating
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Not sure if you have a question here.  Are you saying you're concerned about this?  It could be you are having sex with someone you aren't all that into.  It could be you masturbate so much you've fallen in love with yourself so much you just like you more than you like other people.  It could be when you masturbate you can fantasize about being with anyone you want while with a partner they're never quite the ideal fantasy we have.  It could be you've developed a fetish about the way you masturbate that you are unwilling to share with a partner to get the same high.  Could be a lot of things, but if it bothers you, or you're feeling lonely because you only enjoy yourself, I guess you've got to stop masturbating.  Then you'll be more ready and aroused when you have sex with someone else.  It's an idea, anyway.  The thing is, if you're not involved seriously with someone, there's no deep mental connection right now, maybe when you meet someone you do have that connection with you'll find that sex is more than just the orgasm.  Peace.
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I tend to agree w/ Paxiled - it may be that you’re not ‘into’ that girl as much & then don’t get as aroused. Also, for a lot of guys when they’re starting to have partner sex, they may worry about their  ‘performance’ & then just don’t relax enough to really enjoy the pleasure. I do recall seeing a study where a surprising number of men & women alike said they got more pleasure from masturbation than from partner sex. That’s prbly because everyone knows exactly what feels good to them & that can’t always be duplicated w/ a partner, but if you can become comfortable enough w/ someone to tell them exactly what you like, you may find you’re enjoying it much more. But as for now, I wdn’t worry too much about enjoying masturbation more than sex - it’s not not all that unusual…
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