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What was your best sexual experience?
How often do you think about sex?
How often do you want sex?
How often do you have sex?
Do you dream about sex? Who is the partner in those dreams?
Do you achieve orgasms? How do you feel after an orgasm: relaxed, elated, or drained?
Do you and your partner feel sexually satisfied after intercourse?
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