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Just curious.. How do girls feel a penis inside of them during sex yet we can't feel a tampon in the same place? Does that mKe sense?? I'm confused haha cos how come we can feel a one is in us but not a tampon.. Whys that?
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Most of the vagina's nerve endings are around the entrance. So while a tampon sits higher up, a penis or toy rubs up right against the most sensitive area. Plus, arousal plays a big role in what kind of sensations we feel and how intenseley we experience them.

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