Hi so i have recently started reading erotic novels and at first i found it extremely uncomfortable but the more i read the more I wondered what it would feel like to masturbate and get the feeling that oh so many women enjoy, but i was at a loss so i googled it and read articles on rubbing your clit etc and the one on here but when im rubbing there i dont feel much different, i think im rubbing the right places but i just don't know,
when i am reading the novels i tend to push my legs together and sort of grind in a circular motion which after a while will give me a throbbing sensation but when i try to stimulate myself more by rubbing it just disappears.
Im 17 (18 in a few days, yay) and its sorta annoying because i really wanna experience pleasuring myself, if never had a boyfriend and im still a virgin so i have never encountered any sexual pleasure, please help!
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You know, this is something that takes everyone time to just learn.
Sure, sometimes people move their hands around and find just the right thing right off the bat, but I'd say that's awfully uncommon. What's more typical is for people to learn what feels good to them with masturbation over many years, though it certainly often doesn't take that long to find some things that feel good and hit the spot.
We really can't help you learn your own body: that's something we all just have to feel out. I'd certainly be happy to give you some links about masturbation and your anatomy, though, if you'd like.
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