My girlfriend and I were making out in my car one night and she told me that she wanted to kiss her nipples. She has been the first real girlfriend that let me do this. The first night was good and she had an orgasm, the next night she didnt even move. What can I do to make her feel more pleasure.....
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This is something you are going to have to ask her yourself. Everyone gets aroused or turned on by different things, so the only person who can really tell you what will make your girlfriend feel more pleasure is your girlfriend. Oftentimes, a brand new sexual activity might yield higher results the first time and then lower results the next time. It's nothing that you are doing wrong, it's just that her body has become a little more used to it and the sensitivity is a little decreased. And it also happens that on any given day a certain sexual activity can give certain results but completely different results another day.
Think about the first time you ate something like ice cream. I bet it was pretty awesome and tasted fantastic. The next time, it might not have been so good as you remembered, and that could be for a variety of different reasons. Maybe you weren't in the mood for ice cream, or it was a slightly different recipe, or you were having a bad day, or you ate something earlier that didn't taste good and the taste was still in your mouth, and so forth. But another time, you might eat ice cream and it will taste even better than the first time. Make sense?
You might also want to take a look at this article for some tips on talking to your girlfriend about sex.
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