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Hey there guys and gals!!

I first had sex around... 6 months ago, and I can't seem to get aroused on it. If we have sex, in order for me to orgasm I have to have stimulation on my clit, otherwise I won't actually end up going. It feels ok when having sex, but nothing special.

DO you think it's actually a problem or just something I have to wait to feel better??

Thanks in advance,


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Is THAT All There Is?

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Actually, that sounds completely normal. The vagina doesn't actually have that many nerve endings inside of it - they are concentrated in the clitoris. The vast majority of women can't orgasm from vaginal penetration alone.

So, nope, it's not a problem. [Smile]

Hope this helps!

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