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People Can't Believe This Man's Message About Women's Orgasms

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People Can't Believe This Man's Message About Women's Orgasms

Social media users are very confused about a man's take on women's orgasms.

A screengrab of a conversation with a man named Luke was shared on Twitter - and women have a lot of questions.

The person who shared the screengrab wrote: "I haven't been able to stop thinking about this for days... What did he mean... What does he know?"

The screengrab was shared on Twitter (Credit: Twitter)
The screengrab was shared on Twitter (Credit: Twitter)
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In the message, the man and woman appear to be having a conversation about female orgasms.

After being called 'high maintenance' the woman writes: "Why does it sound high maintenance to want the person you're sharing your body with to want to give you an orgasm? I just don't want sex to feel one sided."

And the man replied: "Yeah but it sounds like work with you. With a man it requires minimal work and with you it sounds like a 20 to 30 minute ordeal.

The man seemed to be confused over female orgasms (Credit: Shutterstock)
The man seemed to be confused over female orgasms (Credit: Shutterstock)
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"I'm not trying to make a girl orgasm unless I plan on marrying her. Cu****g and orgasms are two different things. I'll make you c** I can't sit here and say I'll make you orgasm. Orgasms for women are kind of a big deal."

Anyone else mega confused?!

Also baffled, the original poster wrote: "Tell me about the secret forbidden orgasms Luke... scouring the ancient texts for scraps of information pointing to a mythical super orgasm... like Indiana Jones and the holy grail."

And another commented: "This is the funniest s**t I've ever seen! He thinks that cu****g and orgasms are different! I forget that our elders as well as health class have failed most of us when it comes to human sexuality.

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The original poster was so confused (Credit: Twitter)
The original poster was so confused (Credit: Twitter)

"I met a guy who's in his 30's who didn't know the clitoris existed."

And another said: "Where did men learn 'cu****g and orgasms are different' because I've had men tell me this and I have no idea what it means."

We have so many questions for Luke!

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Topics: Life News, Sex and Relationships

Lucy Devine
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