That's kinda cool ... how the body can protect itself from pain when it wants to (!!)
But ... would this be the same thing w/ intercourse? Because i know (for me) the first few times really hurt, but i didn't feel anything until after the fact. I didn't feel any pain at the time (maybe a bit, nothing THAT bad) but it hurt like heck later ... Is this the same thing or am i way off in left field?
To be as plain as I can, unless your male partner has a penis with a distinct upward curve your g-spot may not be stimulated during intercourse at all. If you try and find it yourself with your hands, you'll note you have to curl your fingers upward. So, no.
Plus, an infants head is truly going to fill that whole area, and on top of all that, that's a far different (and WAY more intense sort of pain). usually, the pain experienced during first intercourse, if any, is due to stretching only the vaginal opening as the penis is going in, whereas an infant is going in the other direction.
Oh that is so interesting! And actually, I totally believe it. My mom used to be a labor and delivery nurse and we used to talk about what nationality of people screamed the most (I know, isn't it awful? but haven't *you* ever wondered if asians screamed more then mexicans??) And she said it would definetly be the mexicans, and the chisese/japanese screamed the least. In chinese and japanese food there isn't that much spices or anything too hot (unlike thai! ohhh, thai is s-p-i-c-y!) and of course, Mexicans eat a lot of hot sauce. Soo hmmm, maybe?
PS: on my dad's (mexican) side of the family, almost all the women had rough labor except my cousin, who can't stand spicy food and never eats it. Things that make you go hmmm?
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