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CFCC84
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Hi again. I read your FAQ about a girl who has painful sex. You didn't really answer the question why her sex hurt. When my boyfriend and I have sex it hurts at first when he enters me but then it feels ok but we do do foreplay to get me somewhat aroused so why does it still hurt when entering? Could it be we don't do it enough? (we only do it 3 times a month) Also he doesn't give me a orgasm during sex how can he do that? If I'm fully aroused like when I give myself orgasms would it be easier for him to enter me and not hurt?
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this is the GLBT forum, meaning is it for queer issues. this thread is very hetero, so i will move it to sex Basics and health.

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