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Group Masturbation is defined as the mutual activity with more than one other person.
This can be as few as three total people or many people together. This activity is less common among females
but there are plenty of cases where is has happened with a group of women.
Circle Jerk is defined as a group of men who are masturbating at the same time. Sometimes this
is combined with a contest to see who can ejaculate first or the most. Often the men compare
penises before and after a circle jerk session.
-Submitted June 16, 2006
This isn't a big group, just my girlfriend and boyfriend. My boyfriend likes to watch me masturbate and asks me to do it a lot. I sometime fake orgasm because I would rather cum when he is inside me or gives me oral, but it really turns him on to watch me. I like to watch him cum, too, but it doesn't exactly turn me on. It's just fun watching him shoot. One time I told him that a girl friend and I masturbate together. It was more of a game than sex. We didn't touch each other, but we would masturbate in different places usually with most of our clothes on. In a movie theater, driving around, in a public bathroom. It was more of a dare. He asked if I would ask her over to masturbate with us. I said OK but no touching, no threesome. My girlfriend thought it would be fun, so we got together at his apartment one afternoon. We took our clothes off which is how my boyfriend and I do it, but it was the first time my girlfriend and I did it naked. It was fun and exciting at the same time. We touched each other a little bit but it was no threesome. We spent a couple of hours doing it. Lots of orgasms. I am going to write the rest of this story under a different heading.
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