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Hatsworth
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When I masturbate, stroking and such, it feels great/fine. But when my girlfriend does it, it doesn't really feel that good, but I guess it's just from inexperience? My main issue is the penis head, from which I've read and researched, is supposed to be very sensitive. But when my girlfriend gives blowjobs, the tongue doesn't feel good or bad. So I guess everyone is different and that's normal? But is there really nothing that can be done?

Also I'm uncircumsized, so after the foreskin is pulled past the head, even if really wet, it would hurt if it goes past a lot, normal? What can I do if it doesn't feel good/hurts a little if the foreskin goes past the head (because it happens extremely often if we fool around and such)?

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Heather
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Well, when it comes to what she does with her hands, you can certainly show or tell her what YOU do, provided her hands work as well as yours (she doesn't have any hand disabilities, etc.)

In terms of oral sex -- and any kind of sex -- what people enjoy and how much they enjoy things certainly varies person to person, partner to partner, life phase to life phase.

The foreskin should move freely and comfortably on the penis. If you have pain when it moves at all, and it's not being pushed or pulled roughly, you want to start by checking in with your doctor to rule out any infections or adhesions. If you get the all-clear there and are still having pain, then it's clearly a matter of you or your partner just needing to adjust whatever they are doing so it isn't painful.

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Redskies
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Hatsworth, also, about that information you've read about the penis head being more sensitive: probably that's the case for more people with penises than not, but there are definitely other people like you who don't find it that way, who it isn't true for. It's a shame that often people write about these things as if any one experience must be true for all people, because it never is. Just as Heather says, it varies.

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