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Is it normal for a girl to have oragasms a lot? I mean, I'm not sure, but I think just the smallest things bring me to one. Like if my boyfriends just talking to me in a certain way. They say that most women don't have orgasms. So if u have them a lot, is that normal? Or am I just thinking that it's one? And is there something that happens with your body fluids that happens? Such as that mucus stuff that comes from your vagina?


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It's perfectly normal to have many orgasms. However, it sounds like you're experiencing sexual arousal, not orgasm (you're the only one who can tell, though!)

Yes, it's normal for the vagina to produce lubrication when you're aroused. For more information about sexual response, please see this article:
Sexual Response and Orgasm – A User’s Guide

Also, I recommend that you check the Sex Basics FAQ as well as then archives at the bottom of the page if you want to know more about orgasms.

Kindness and honesty can be expected only from the strong.

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