Just to clearify what you're asking, you've posted this in the GLBT section of the boards, so are you asking about GLBT sex in particular?
Ultimately, no one can really sum that up all that well. Not only do the myriad of sexual activities out there all create differeing sensations, what 'sex" feels like varies a lot, depnding on if you're talking about masturbation or partnered sex, on if you're talking about physically or emotionally, and all of those things are going to differ based on you, your partner(s), and your relationship with them.
well, i'm not a boy, and unfortunately for you, you're vastly outnumbered by women on this website. but will offer this bit of advice.
if you want to figure out what sex feels like, you figure it out alone first. it's not 100% like sex with a partner. but it is sexual stimulation and it counts for something. sex can feel different for different people, though the premise is that same. people are wired to enjoy sexual contact because it's suppose to get us to propagate the species. want to get an idea of what it's going ot be like for you, you spend some time alone and figure out what works for you.
and for your reference, this forum is intended for users to discuss or ask questions about being queer. if you did not intend to discuss queer issues, then Orientation and Identity is not where you meant to post.
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