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I have tried masturbating, touching in and around my vagina, but I don't feel much pleasure. I know that all girls are different, but I just can't find my "sensual spot" can anyone help me?
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sorry we really can't give any tips on technique here, it's against the agreement, which both you and i signed opon registration.

what i can say is. Maybe this isn't something that works for you, maybe your not comfortable enough while your doing it, you know, worrying about someone walking in, feeling guilty, or just not comfortable with being that intamate with yourself. So you can go ahead and keep trying or, you can not. But maybe you should think about, why this isn't working for you mentally, and not only phisically.

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As Duff said, we can't provide you with actual technique but we can show you to a few articles which might be useful.

It's important to get to know your body before it can work for you.

So here's Pink Parts - Female Sexual Anatomy

You are right, different things work for different people. Why not just experiment? Safely of course. And see if you can find out what turns you on?

And while we are on the topic of masturbation, check out this fab article by our wonderful Hanne.

Going Blind - A New Year's Meditation

Want More Lin?

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The other thing to remember is that the major thing in any sexual relationship, even with yourself, is the mind. If you're uncomfortable or not feeling in the mood than that could be the problem. What is your "sensual spot" varies from person to person but what doesn't change is that the brain is what causes anything to be sensual. Those articles are wonderful, read them and don't worry about it, it'll happen
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