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Recently when this guy was fingering me it felt good. Then he started rubbing my clit and my leg started shaking, i couldn't control it. But then when he stopped, my leg stopped shaking. Is this normal? Was I experiencing an orgasm?
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apparently you're not the only one who feels this way. Also read Sexual Response and Orgasm A Users Guide

Correlation does not equal causation.

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this happens to me too....except its only when the clit is stimulated...and its not just my leg....its my entire body. like. bad that sometimes i ask him to stop. lol. ive never had an orgasm tho.....and so far the shaking hasnt lead to one either.....
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eh, shaking wouldn't lead to orgasm but i hink what you meant is that you don't think an orgasm causes the shaking. well, after you read the volumes of information these fine fols at Scarleteen have put together about sexual response and orgasm.... you get the inkling that just about ANY reaction to stimulation is fair game for being considered "normal" sounds to me that the reactions are about as varied as the people who get stimulated or describe an orgasm.
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Ya know... When that happens to me, its like when i scratch my dogs back... His leg just shakes...Heh
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I get the same way. When my boyfriend's down on me, my whole body twitches and shakes. But as far as knowing if you're orgasming or not...believe me, you'll KNOW when its an orgasm or if its just shaking.


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Definitely relating to Karmen on this one. It's like involuntary twitching/shaking. And I can't control it, it doesn't even have to feel like I am on the brink of an orgasm. Just somewhere between pain and ecstasy can make me twitch ; )
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