I've read your articles but I still can't realise what the clitoris is. I think I'm ready to finger a girl but is the clitoris a small lump or a hole or is it just normal and flat and hard to find? I think you said somewhere it becomes erect, or am I mistaken? It's something you have to rub in circles, isn't it? Not like the vagina which you use two fingers for? When fingering a girl, it is impossibe to finger up the uretha isn't it, but then where does the cum (is that the right word?) go, because if it comes out of the uretha then it will go over the floor, not yor fingers!? Is there much cum like us boys or not much at all. How do you know when to stop fingering the girl, and if a girl can orgasm through rubbing of the clitoris why use two finers in the vagina. How do you know when to switch from rubbing the clitoris to using two fingers (slowly?) in the vagina?
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1) You already posted to ask this in ask a sexpert. I'm going to let them answer it over there. Double-posting is against the guidelines. Your question *will* be answered, but you need to be patient and wait, so please don't post it in multiple forums.
2) We *cannot* give technique advice. That means that none of us can tell you *how* to finger a girl -- and even if we could, there really is no magic technique other than to try things with your partner and ask her what she enjoys and would like you to do.
So, please be patient and stop posting your questions twice, and please stop asking us to tell you things that we can't tell you.
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