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Dee
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Ok i do masterbat but i whenever i stick my finger inside myself i never get off as much as if i were to rub my clit.. Is that just me or what because im truly confused about it
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Heather
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It's not just you, and it's most likely about where your most sensitive nerve endings are and are not as a person with a vulva.

Here are a couple links which should answer those questions for you:
• With Pleasure: A View of Whole Sexual Anatomy for Every Body
• Innies & Outies: The Vagina, Clitoris, Uterus and More
• How Do You Masturbate?

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That is not unusual at all. The majority of women need clitoral stimulation to get aroused and/or orgasm.

Also, everybody is different, so what feels good to one person while masturbating might not feel so good to another person.

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Dee
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But is there like anyway i can start getting off from it
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Heather
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Psst: why don't you read those links first? [Smile]

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hahaha ok
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