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Recent Visitors: Ask a Sexpert Archive
In the past 250 minutes, 9 people have visited Ask a Sexpert Archive:

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is KY jelly.......... 3 LaLaLaLa 2
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should i let him finger me????? 1 sexycherri929 1
Is 13 too young to have sex? 1 Kallio 1
bleeding after dry sex 1 sweetbabe4u 1
What are the odds? 1 Jill-of-the-jungle 1
No sense of touch at all inside the vagina 1 7thKeeper 1
Im Kinda Worried?? 1 XoRoseXo 1
Question on Pregnancy 1 RebeccaL 1
sex = hip growth? 1 morganlh85 1
dog sex 1 the server 1
My Cervix vs His Long Penis 1 smartieblue 1
Fingering 1 Stars N Stripes 1
Pill Cycle Messed Up! Help! 1 WorriedTeen 1
Ring Worms? 1 InfamousThug 1
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HELP 1 Fiestlylilsquirt 1
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