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weirdo_freak
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My boyfriend and I have been dating for a couple of months now. We have talked about taking another step and we have tried. He started to finger me, but didnt suceed. I didnt know if he didnt know where to go with his finger or was just masterbating for me before he decided to actually go through with it(it was his and my first time).We got interuppted(sp?) twice and after the 2nd time, I got really uncomfortable so I buttoned my pants back up and he asked me what was the matter and if I didnt like it, I told him that nothing was the matter(that was a lie cause I felt really uncomfortable and just didnt wanna tell him that) and I told him that it felt good(and of course it did). He wants me to do the same thing to him I just dont know how to go about it(and yes I did want to a couple of times), and he wants to try to finger me again and eat me out. Of course I want him to I just dont want for him to tell any one or bring it up at the wrong times, cause I fell really uncomfortable very easily.

If you got what I was asking then please help or I will restate it when I find out how to. Thanks.

**Rachel**


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FCUKINSTAR05
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Dont do it you dont want to. who cares wut he want. Cuz boys will bring it up at the wrong time if he the fly type of boy
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weirdo_freak
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but I do want to.
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DarkChild717
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Welcome to Scarleteen, weirdo_freak.

What do you do? You talk and communicate. You'll have a sad relationship without it. If you are uncomfortable with any activity, say something. If you want to do an activivity, say something. Your boyfriend is not a mind-reader.

Also, please take a look at some of the articles on the main page, namely Pink Parts: The Female Anatomy, Man's Best Friend: The Male Anatomy, Safe, Sound...And Sexy!, Our Sex Readiness Chart, and Sexual Response for starters. There's plenty more where those came from.


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Johnathon
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Well, Because it was his first time he is probably feeling around the same way. I would recommend doing anything unless you talk to him and feel comfortable in what you doing.

With me I've noticed some girls open up more then others and the ones that do i feel real comfortable and relaxed and so do they. so just talk


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