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CountryGirl3
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Ok, when my old boyfriend and I were messing around, he would always ask me what I wanted him to do to me. The thing is , I never answered him. I never knew what to say. And now, my new boyfriend and I have just begun to mess around and he asked me the same thing. I am still as clueless as ever. I know what feels good, I think my problem is more or less how to say it. I feel kinda silly. How do all of you respond when your bf/gf asks you that and how can I make it easier for myself to answer that question??

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lemming
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First of all, congratulate your lovely boyfriend on having the courage to ask. How good of him, to be concerned with what you'd most like to happen!

And second, talking about sex frankly while you're NOT having it leads to it being easier to talk about it while it's going on. If you need to, you can practice saying what you want him to do to you while you're alone. Really think about it, figure out what words you're comfortable with. And then, yes, it is a bit of a plunge, but he'll never know what you want unless you tell him.

If you need to know the names for parts of your body or for his, you can check out these links:

Mans Best Friend Male Sexual Anatomy

Pink Parts Female Sexual Anatomy

Also, check out this article:
Sexual Negotiations for the Long Haul

Welcome to Scarleteen, by the way!

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Izzybella6
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I just wanted to second the idea of talking about these things whenever you feel comfortable and the clothes are still on! Besides being good practice for when things get nakid, it's a great way to bond with your partner when you are alone. It's always wonderfully flattering when my partner tries something during sex that we were just chit-chatting about days ago.. It's great to see that he's thinking of me while i'm not around and that he tries hard to remember things about me and my body. This might be the quickest way for you and your partner to break that ice!
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Ssexxigurl18
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Okay well first of all know that you are not the only gurl feeling a little uncomfortable with verbally expressing your desires to your boyfriend. The best thing to do would be to be very honest and explain to him that you are not totally comfortable in a verbal sense sexually. He seems like a nice guy who does care about pleasing you so just try to relax a little and start off slowly telling him what you want him to do or just give him little signals to tell him how you feel and just go from there. Oh and have fun!
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mrsweed
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You could always just move his hand to where you want it too.
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bubblez
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i used 2 have that problem 2......and i found a mmmmm or a small noise wen they r doing wot feels good is encouragement enough for most guys
either that or you can do what someone else said and place his hand where u want it.....found that works even better

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