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Cowgirl
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When me and my boyfriend have sex, sometimes I feel it sometimes I don't. What does that mean? Also what are some different positions to try and what are some things we can do to "spice" it up a bit?
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kythryne
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Moving to Ask An Advocate. Also, per the guidelines which you agreed to follow when you signed up, we can not and will not answer questions about sexual technique, including positions.

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entropie
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Some people do not experience pleasure or sensation during intercourse. It is more common for women, because the majority of nerves in your genital area are in and around the clitoris. When having intercourse, it is likely that you are not being stimulated in that area.

Are you able to feel pleasure during masturbation only? If so, then you aren't alone.

Read our article on the main site:
http://www.scarleteen.com/sexuality/response.html

As kyth said, due to the guidelines which you agreed to when you signed up for the boards, we can not give out sexual technique. Besides the fact that this website targets a young age group, what works for one person doesn't necessarily work for another - it might completely turn them off! Your best bet is to do your own exploring.

Read the article and come back if you have any other questions


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