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Serenaa
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heyyy , okaay since me and my boyfriend are always dry humping so today it went really rough this time i came back home and when i wanted to pee it would hurt and like when i pee it like burns? . . . my vagina hurts, we do want to have sex but atleast not now . . . maybe later on the yearrr? but what should i do , should i stop dry humping? i wore these jeggings and he wore these training trousers?
ahh [Frown]

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Heather
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Anytime any sexual activity doesn't feel good or leaves you uncomfortable, you're either going to want to not do that, or make some adjustments.

If it's something that feels good to you, but feels too rough or raw during or after, you can do things like ask your partner to go a bit gentler, or put a few drops of lube on your vulva before or during that activity.

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