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Joseph Jurgens wrote:

Hi, guys —

  • If the husband cannot ejaculate into his wife's vagina can he still stimulate his wife to climax?


  { If the husband cannot ejaculate into his wife's vagina, can he still stimulate his wife to climax? }

Bob replied:

Dear friend,

Thanks for the question.

Keep in mind that all stimulation should be in the context of completing the marital act. (If you have coitus but do not ejaculate, that is still considered a complete act provided there is no deliberate effort to thwart it). So, if the context you are describing has no coitus, then no, he can't.

Stimulation for orgasm alone without any reference to the marital act is merely mutual masturbation.


Bob Kirby

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