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Eck0s
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I tried fingering into a vagina out of curiosity, but I barely gone inside.It feels like a muscle or something hard is on the way until there's a slip on the side but it hurts trying to get in. Is that the vagina when I'm not fully turned on? Do I have to get into a "mood" to make it more open? Or Is my hymen too thick?
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The vaginal muscle expands with arousal. Insertion without arousal tends to be uncomfortable, if not painful. To make insertion comfortable, you'll want to make sure you are fully aroused, and you'll also want to use extra lube.

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Johanna
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