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I'm not entirely sure this is the correct area to be posting this particular question, but it is relevant to bodies and parts doing their thing. My girlfriend (who is trans) and I (also trans) were discussing our PiV sex after the fact. For lots of really good reasons (like feeling comfortable and safe and trusting my partner and making birth control choices that are right for us), I'm very lubricated and very relaxed. Sometimes, as she said, this feels good but other times it's so much that there isn't really any sensation for her. It can be a little much for me as well in terms of taking away from sensation. Is there anything we can do to alter this?
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Hi Soft_masc and welcome to Scarleteen,

If it's helpful to know this, we do get similar questions to yours from time to time. People often talk about vaginas (just using that term anatomically, as I realize this may not be what you call it) that don't lubricate very much, but there are plenty of folks whose vaginas get plenty wet, both with sexual arousal, and with day-to-day discharges.

There really isn't a way to turn off self-lubrication, or turn it down. Sadly, we humans don't come with dials and switches to allow us to adjust ourselves. [Smile]

people who find that the amount of wetness they experience is impacting their sexual enjoyment do find it helpful to experiment with different positions to see which ones increase the level of friction. Is this something you've tried? If so, any success


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We have tried several, I'm not sure either of us have been paying close enough attention to recall any particulars. I'll ask her about it; thank you very much!
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