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I have a couple of questions here:

1. Is it difficult to thrust in and out of the vagina during sex if my penis is upward when erect like an inch against my belly and it is curved 30-40 degrees to the left like a banana?

2. Will the vagina be flexible enough like a glove to adjust to the contour of my penis?

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Robin Lee
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With arousal, the vagina changes size and shape, so regardless of the angle and shape of the penis, arousal for both partners is very important before intercourse begins. So yes, the vagina has a great deal of flexibility. Again, as for any partners there may need to be some experimentation with positions for both partners to feel comfortable as well as experience pleasure.

Here's some information for you on female anatomy and on intercourse.

Innies & Outies: The Vagina, Clitoris, Uterus and More

[b]First Intercourse 101[/b ]


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