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my boyfriend has lately been using his finger and such to stimulate my clitoris and it gives me the weirdest sensation. it makes me like completely jump, like i can't hold still and i think it bothers him because he just wants to do it and i can't help but try to push him away.... its not that it hurts, i can't even explain the feeling.... it just feels so weird. is this normal? is this what an orgasm is supposed to be like? its the most bizarre feeling, and i've tried to explain it to my boyfriend but he has no idea what i'm talking about. are these feelings normal? and does anyone have any idea why i feel this sensation? thanks for your help!
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The clitoris is very sensitive ... !! I assure you that many women would probably not take to kindly to someone approaching it in the manner your partner has been ... You may need to ask him to focus on other parts of your body before going right for the clitoris. Once you're more aroused, and he's a little more gentle, you should be okay. And if not, that's okay too. Experiment. You'll find what works for you.

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hey isable86d, its Zander

i think what you are feeling is most likely normal, my girlfriend's clitoris is very sencitive too, and when evey i stimulate it her legs TWITCH rappidly, but feels good at the same time, so i'd say just take it slow and find out what " turns you'r switches". but dont forget to have fun.

hope i helped

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I agree with what your saying. when my boyf stimulates my clitorus i get those feelings to .. my legs twitch and then my whole body. its a weird feeling and doesnt seem to bother my boyf just put a smile on his face
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What your boyfriend thinks, while important, is not the whole enchilada. If the stimulation feels good, by all means, continue it. But, from the tone of your post, it sounds like you don't like the stimulation, but put up with it because your boyfriend likes it. Please, don't do something because he likes it. Make sure that it's mutually pleasurable.
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