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teenybopper102
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Hi. I'm Marcia and I'm thirteen...

My boyfriend fungers me and it is supposed to feel good but it really hurts.

Why?

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Marcia


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logic_grrl
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Check out this recent thread, giving answers to someone with a very similar question:

http://www.scarleteen.com/forum/Forum2/HTML/003827.html

And remember, sex of all kinds should be about what actually does feel good for you, not what someone else thinks is "supposed" to feel good.


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teenybopper102
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It didnt help very much...I cant read in English v. well...can u explain it short and simply please?
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logic_grrl
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OK, simple version coming up :

There can be different reasons why fingering might be hurting you:

It can hurt if you're not using extra lubricant.

It can hurt if he's being too rough.

It can hurt if you still have part of your hymen left.

Most importantly, it can hurt if you don't really want it, or if you are not aroused.

If you are not sure what being aroused feels like, read:

Sexual Response and Orgasm – A User’s Guide

Sexual activity should be about what actually feels good, not what someone else thinks is "supposed" to feel good.

Different people enjoy really different things.

So if something really hurts, or if it just doesn't feel good, then stop. Tell your boyfriend to stop.

Then try other things and see what does feel good for you.

Hope that helps .


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