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My boyfriend and i, have had sex twice so far (our first time was 3 weeks ago, and the 2nd time was last night). I was wonderring how long does is take until it feels really good for a girl (like to be able to orgasm)? Because it just feels as if something really wet is sliding in and out of me, and although its not bad.
I would like to experience some pleasure...
Any tips?

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I suggest you start by taking a look at these threads:
Am I aroused? Does this "count" as sex?
"I can't orgasm from intercourse!"

It would also be a good idea to check out
Sexual Response and Orgasm – A User’s Guide.

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sex started feeling good for me the second time my boyfriend and i did it. but i'm relly looking forward to the 6th time. which i feel will be awsome. because now i'm comfortable with having sex.
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omg, i asked the same question myself the first two times, but for me it just got better from the third time. i didn't orgasm or anything, i can't explain it. believe me, it does get better.
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Just to add:

sex doesn't "magically" change once you've passed a certain number of acts.
don't forget, chicas, that you can make sex (of whatever kind) good by doing what feels good, showing and telling your partner what feels good and by experimenting.
also, keep in mind that it's a lot easier to feel good during sex when you don't have to worry about pregnancy and stds or stuff like parents walking into the room.

plain penetration doesn't do much? stimulate your clitoris, either yourself or ask your partner to do it.
overall, penetration seems boring? keep in mind that there is no need to have it if you don't like it or want it. you can have "real sex" without intercourse. intercourse isn't the "ultimate" sex there is, and an orgasm through intercourse isn't the "ultimate goal" everyone needs to reach to graduate from sex101.

also, don't forget that plenty of women do not orgasm from intercourse, and that that's okay and normal.

as a ground rule: make sure whatever you do feels good for both of you, no matter what that is.

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