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camryn
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This concerns Butterflyinthesky's post in the Ask A Sexpert forum but I know I can't post there so:
http://www.vitara.com/pdr.asp

Yeah, I looked around and came up with the above link. This Vitara thing does indeed exist - accoring to the web page it increases blood flow to the genitals. Alaska is right that this is not a good quick fix for teenagers though.


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alaska
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Thanks Camryn,

indeed, this product is nothing for teens.
Increased bloodflow to the clitoris alone wouldn't help someone who isn't aroused to start with, doesn't feel ready, isn't comfortable, doesn't know what arouses her or has a rough partner at all.


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