We may earn commission from links on this page, but we only recommend products we love. By Cosmo Frank Oct 9, Guys get a bad rap when it comes to sex. It's a stereotype that men have orgasms but they don't give them, or can't last long enough, or are oblivious to the needs of their partner. And sure, some assholes don't bother reciprocating, or maybe they're just But there are plenty of guys out there trying really, really, really hard to be good at sex. He wants you to have a good time. He wants you to orgasm. This is an event that requires both of us to be on point, like the two-person bobsled.
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