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WHYMEWHY
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hmmmm this is odd but...i know girls have like 5,000,000,000 holes...joke ...but they have like 3 or 4 and i was wondering which hole wouldi put my finger in...for fingering her...
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PERVasive
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Unfortunately, this probably comes under the heading of "technique advice". I'd suggest in general, ask the girl. Nobody sane expects their lover to know exactly what to do. I hope you learn lots and have fun fingering!

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Heather
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Women have only one additional genital orifice than men, bringing the grand total to a mere three.

Per your question, your partner may not want your fingers in her vaginal opening at all: plenty of women prefer -- overall, or at a given time -- stimulation to the clitoris instead. Plenty like both clitoral and vaginal stimulation. Some may want only vaginal stimulation. Some may even want some anal play. You cannot put your finger inside the urethra, so that's out.

So, ultimately? Depends on what your partner wants.

And to clear up your misconceptions about the female anatomy, have a peek: Pink Parts: Female Sexual Anatomy!


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KittenGoddess
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Pink Parts: Female Sexual Anatomy

Check out that article, it should provide some useful information.

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faifai
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Uhhh...I don't get how you managed to find 3 or 4 openings. The vagina is one "hole" and the anus is the other, and they look completely different (if you've ever taken a good look, that is).
http://www.scarleteen.com/body/female_anatomy.html

That article should help clear things up. Also, if you're really that lost, ask whoever it is you're fingering for help. Just know that putting your fingers inside is not the be-all, end-all of manual sex, nor is it what is guaranteed to be pleasing to her--there's lots more that can be done. Experiment!


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WHYMEWHY
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LOL...ok thanx i knew it ws like 3 or 4..but thanx
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