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When I rub on the skin that covers my clitoris, it feels good. But when I touch it inside (at least, I think it is my clit. It is pea-shaped?) it doesn't feel good, only a slight twinge of pain, so it doesn't feel bad either. Is that strange? Could it possibly be the way I touch it?


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It does sound like you're touching your clitoris. Everybody likes theirs touched in different ways, so if you don't like it being touched directly, then that's totally normal and nothing at all to worry about. (Of course, if you're not fully aroused and using lube, that could be part of it too- the clit itself is very sensitive, and touching it does generally feel better with arousal and lubrication.)


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