I'm an 18 year old girl, and my boyfriend started fingering me about 2 months ago. I have read questions from other girls saying that when their partners to this it is not pleasurable, but to me it is, a LOT. So what I am wondering is, why does it feel so good to me when to a lot of other girls it doesn't??
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It's just that each one of us has different likes and dislikes. There might be lots of other reasons too for it not to feel good, like a girl not being turned on enough, having had a bad experience with it, not being in the mood for it, not having a partner doing it the way that we like it, etc.
Too, the vaginal canal doesn't have as much nerve endings as the clitoris does so that might be another reason why it isn't pleasurable to some women, especially when it isn't couple to another sexual activity such as clitoral stimulation.
But all of that doesn't mean that it still can't be to some women and it's really not uncommon for it to be pleasurable, you're not the only one who finds pleasure in fingering, don't worry.
(To avoid confusion, fingering is not limited to only fingers inside the vagina. "Fingering" -- or manual sex for women -- really just means anything to do with a partners hands or fingers and the vulva. So, rubbing the clitoris is also one of the things or combinations of things that can be involved in fingering, just like entry with the fingers and rocking the hand can be.)
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