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mariasan
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Hi there!
I have been having these strange (but really intense and good) orgasms with clitoral stimulation. It might sound weird, but when I masturbate or receive oral sex and am locking my muscles, I get these really strong orgasms that make me shake and almost convulse. It seems abnormal? I have been asked why I am shaking and I don't know. It seems as though my the nerves from it are really connected to my legs? I know this sounds bizarre but do you have any idea what this is?

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LucysDiamonds
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Sounds perfectly normal to me. (Actually, that sounds very similar to what happens to me during orgasm.) Have you read this article? Sexual Response and Orgasm

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mariasan
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Really? The only thing that seems off about it is that sometimes men have gotten a little suspicious of it? Like it's not how I'm supposed to be responding to the orgasm?

I did read that article. Thank you!

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LucysDiamonds
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There's really no way you "should" respond to an orgasm, I promise. Just like everyone has their own sexual needs and likes, everyone responds differently to orgasm. I also tend to start giggling uncontrollably after a really good orgasm - THAT got me a weird look the first time it happened, believe me! Just tell your partners that everyone's different and that's what your orgasm looks like, so get used to it! [Smile]

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mariasan
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rad. right on. i really appreciate it!!!
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coolswimmer12
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Once I felt like I had an out of body experience in a bad way. It was like I had an itch I couldn't scratch there and when he hit it I didn't know where I was or what was going on. Is that a health problem?
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