Do lesbians ever just spread their legs, and put their vaginas together? What kind of fantasys do lesbians have, like do trhey fantasize about, or even really kiss and or lick others's vaginas? Also, do lesbians use dildos, for mutual masturbation, like do they use the same dildo, and stick one end in their vagina, while the other end is in their partners vagina? Oh yeah, and just so you knoe, I'm not g lb or bi.
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Just in general principle, questionman, whenever the question is:
"Do [people of a given type or group] do / enjoy / like [a thing or activity]?"
The answer is "Some do, some don't." This goes for sexual issues as well as it does for anything else in the world.
All that being a lesbian really means is that you're a woman who has a strong preference for having her romantic and/or sexual partners be women as well. It doesn't tell you anything at all about what kinds of sex someone likes to have or what kinds of activities they might enjoy.
It's kind of like saying "Do all people from Philadelphia like rollerskating? Or do they go skiing and snowboarding? Do they sometimes wear hats, or do they borrow suspenders from their uncles?"
Just like not everyone from Philadelphia does the same things, neither does everyone else of any specific group or subgroup. People are much much too varied for that.
Besides, when you think about it, pretty much ANYONE, straight, gay, lesbian, bi, or otherwise, could use a dildo if they wanted to. Or they might choose not to. After all, you don't *have* to have penetration of any kind for sex to be sex. And if you do choose to have penetration, you don't have to have it all the time. The options are numerous, and the decision is up to the individuals.
While I'm here, let me ask you to try to keep your questions a little less explicit. Remember that parents often come to this site along with their kids. If you don't think it would be appropriate to say certain things in front of your friends' parents, you might wanna think twice about typing it here. There are always appropriate ways to ask questions, it might just require a little more careful wording. Thanks.
Hey, questionman. While it's ok to be curious, we cannot give out technique here or tell you how sexual acts are preformed. And as Lin said, some people do one thing while others don't... There is no *one* way to have sex. And as Lin, again, said, "By the way, why's there a need to tell us you are not bi/gay/lesbian? No one here is judged based on their sexual orientation." We could care less if you were black, green, red, blue, or yellow .
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