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wrennet
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Last night when my partner touched me inside I felt a very intense sensation in one area which made me come very quickly. It felt different to normal vaginal stimulation, more like clitoral stimulation. I think the g-spot is the other end of the clitoris, so think this must have been my g-spot?
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Heather
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Here's a link that should help you get a better picture of that topography: With Pleasure: A View of Whole Sexual Anatomy for Every Body.

Yes, the g-spot is understood as part of the internal clitoris, and for sure, that could be what you felt and responded to.

At the same time, one of the things that I always geek out on about sex is how many things can make even the same thing feel so different. For instance, arousal changes all of those parts, making some of them bigger, and more full of blood, which not only changes how they feel, but how the parts around them feel. So, even just being more or less aroused on a given day could make an activity feel like one thing that day, but feel totally different on a day when you were more or less aroused than that!

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wrennet
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Thank you.

I posted on the other page about not wanting sex much. This time was quite rare for me but very nice.

It's good to have a place to come where you can feel you can talk about things and not be judged or anything, and get good information.

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Heather
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Aw, so glad you feel that way! Hooray! That's what we always try to maintain here. [Smile]

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