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Well what happens if you get the wrong hole if you know what i mean. If you put your fingers up the anus and not the vagina etc. Is it best just to slide your fingers down fomr the stomach, then it's just the first 'hol' you find right?

thankyou....


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ErinK
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I have a suggestion for you; why don't you ask your partner to show you where she would like to be touched? Then you don't need to worry about touching the "wrong" place, and you'll learn what she likes best.

And if you can't ask her what she likes, should you really be doing this stuff in the first place?

erin


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