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Involuntary Response to Partner's Orgasm?

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Involuntary Response to Partner's Orgasm?

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Over in the "Laughter after?" thread, there's been discussion of involuntary response to one's own orgasm (e.g. laughing or crying).

I was curious, has anyone experienced an involuntary response to their spouse's orgasm? If so, how strong was the response, and how frequently did/does it occur? Do you think this is a positive or negative for your MB?
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Re: Involuntary Response to Partner's Orgasm?

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There has been many times, where I have orgasmed, when my DW did, most often when I was giving her oral.
No touching o anything, just the heat of the moment, and she goes, well, I lose control and so do I!
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There have been many times when DH and I are 69ing with me on top, and when I O, he will O as well, even with no contact or other physical encouragement. It can make my orgasm more intense to see him release just from giving me pleasure. :)
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Re: Involuntary Response to Partner's Orgasm?

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Link+Zelda wrote: Sat Jun 19, 2021 10:17 pmI was curious, has anyone experienced an involuntary response to their spouse's orgasm?
If DW O's during intercourse it is very likely I will involuntarily ejaculate. Overall I think this is a good thing as intercourse is not as pleasurable for her after her O.
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Re: Involuntary Response to Partner's Orgasm?

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My ex would have very strong O's where afterwards I could feel twitching and fluttering
inside her V. The first time this happened it caught me off guard and I ejaculated immediately
(and powerfully). I was trying to hold out to at least give her another O or two before letting
the boys out for a swim. But I could not hold back against the incredibly shocking pleasure.
I also let out a stream of involuntary vocalizations that would no doubt violate the content policies
of this board. ::xx

The sensation was like plugging in a modem cable and immediately a stream of urgent
messages started flowing. These messages were interpreted by me as "Good boy! Good boy!
Keep doing that! Good boy!"

Her post-O fluttering was really awesome and is one of the things I miss most about
ML to her. Though I am looking forward to new and equally exciting discoveries about
my fiancee. :D
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Re: Involuntary Response to Partner's Orgasm?

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My biggest response was to fore go a refractory period. It seemed to trigger something inside me to allow me to keep going with a zeal unlike before.

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Re: Involuntary Response to Partner's Orgasm?

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For me, when DH O’s in PIV then I will start to O.
Also, if I’m feeling emotionally close as well as physical, then tears roll from my eyes right after he O’s. It’s not crying as such- no other parts of crying happen, but just tears will roll.
In my opinion both are good involuntary things. he really likes it when his O triggers mine and I do too.
He found the tears thing weird at first and I can’t say he likes it of itself but he has learned it means I’m feeling close to him and that thats a good thing for me and so he tries to appreciate it.
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Not an involuntary response to each other’s orgasm. We’ve both involuntarily responded to our own orgasm. Mostly, words and reveling in the amazing joy and ecstasy. I’ll often give a prayer of praise and thanks to our Heavenly Father for His gift of sex and our deep love for each other.
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