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Alergnon
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Okay, I'm unsure if it's okay to ask this question or not but I'll ask it.

Okay... so like when I masturbate it feels okay but not like awesome. I use a vibrator on my clitoris. Well, I only organized twice, what I mean by this is, I cumned. Well, every time I masturbate this never happens. I was shocked when I cumned the first time and then the second time.

Like, the first time I wasn't aroused I felt like masturbating and I focused on my breathing and it took me like maybe 3 minutes to do this. So what ever I did to make that happen, I try everything I did that day to make myself do that. I focus on my breathing. I think dirty. I watch pornography before doing this most of the time. I don't think my G-Spot is inside but it's my clitoris I could never find my G-Spot inside or if I have one.

How can I make myself Cum again like I did before?

Like, I know that all my muscles in my body were all tight and I was like compressing myself to release something. Another thing I don't understand is every time I masturbate with my vibrator I feel like peeing and sometimes I do pee... I use the washroom before I do it but I still have to pee after. What is with that?

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Robin Lee
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Just so I understand: You're saying that you've been masturbating for a while, usually with a vibrator, and after several times, you experienced an orgasm. You're wondering how to make that happen again. By doing the same things that you've been doing. Our bodies often respond to things in diffrent ways, depending on what different hormones and chemicals (not just those responsible for menstrual cycles, though the cycle can play a part in it too) are doing at any given time. The way we feel physically and emotionally can also affect masturbation.

So, essentially, it sounds like you've found something that works for you, and you'll continue to find things that work for you. The more you masturbate the more you'll learn about your body.

As to why you pee yourself even after you go to the bathroom, I'm given you an article to read about squirting, or female ejaculation. Also giving you an article on orgasm and sexual response.

This make sense?


Squirt: On Female
Ejaculation



Sexual Response & Orgasm: A Users Guide

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Alergnon
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Okay. So, I have a few more questions. Is shaking another way of orgasm? What about tight muscles? Like all your muscles tighten up and flex.

Thank You for the articles I've read pieces of each and so far it's helping me understand it better.

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Kachina
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Orgasm is a reaction that happens in the brain. Some people might shake, have tight muscles, or have muscle spasms while orgasming.

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Heather
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It might also help to understand that the G-spot is a specific anatomical thing. In other words, it's not a euphemism for a spot or spots on the body that get us off or make us feel excited, which seems to be how you're using that term.

Not everyone find that G-spot stimulation is their thing or their fave thing, or that it's their thing or fave thing all of the time instead of some of the time. It's also an anatomical part that can be tough to identify, find or feel without being very aroused for most people. And just when it comes to leverage alone, finding it yourself can be tricky.

But even if you did, that doesn't mean that you'd like stimulation there more than you like stimulation to your external clitoris, which you seem clear is the kind of genital focus you like best so far.

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Alergnon
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It all makes sense. My first partner, first time having sex, found my g-spot and honestly no other guy could find it. I try to find it but I just can't. He found it like that. I was shocked. Where ever he found it, all I know it felt good.

I have a weird question about guys. I understand I think it's correct; when you hit a spot on a guy's ear they get an erection. Is this true and if it is why is it that it happens?

That You

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Robin Lee
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There is practically nothing that is true of every single person. Our bodies, personalities, beliefs, likes, dislikes and so on are too different to make that a reality. Okay, maybe if you punch anyone in the stomach they're most likely to double over in pain and feel physically sick, but other than that, an especially when it comes to sex there's nothing that just causes arousal or erection or anything in every single person.

For some people, no matter what their gender is, the ears are a really sensitive spot on the body. People can become aroused, and for a lot of guys, that may be accompanied by an erection, but no, there is not a spot on all guys ears that just automatically makes their penis erect.

Make sense?

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