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Zangief
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After a year and a few months of a GREAT relationship with my girlfriend, I've learned a lot of the world of sex. I'm very grateful, and this site has also helped me a lot. Thank you [Smile]

The big question I got now is (questions, actually) why women come? How do they do it? How can they do it in more than one way?

I ask this because I've realized that each woman has a "how", a "when", and you can add a lot of stuff to their orgasm.

To be more specific about my question, I'll use my relationship as an example.

I can only make my gf come by: A) masturbating her clit B) oral sex

So, if we think about it, the answer to my "how" is quite simple: the clitoris. BUT, what happens with vaginal intercourse? Is there any other VERY sensitive spot in there?

I was able to make her come that way only the first 2 times we had sex, never again. What changed since then? Have I changed? Has she?

Each woman I had sex before her, reached orgasm only with vaginal intercourse, and each time my gf had sex with her other bfs before me, she reached orgasm that way.

So, maybe, if I could know the "why" of vaginal intercourse, I could figure out what could be different here, what needs to be done, or whatever interesting data could be about this.

Thanks a lot!

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OWL Dan
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Hi Zangief,

Let me start out with saying the every person is different in how they respond to situations and stimulations; this can even be different for the same person under different situations. I would like to start with having you read a couple of articles that may help you better understand a lot of what is involved with feeling pleasure and sexual pleasure, then we can discuss things better after that.

With Pleasure: A View of Whole Sexual Anatomy for Every Body
Sexual Response & Orgasm: A Users Guide

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Dan

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