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fordfun
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your last reply mentioned gloves and lube. lately with only 1 she hasnt used lube with no problem.no use of gloves and she has longer but not real long fingernails...this will do damage?it doesnt really hurt without using just 1.
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PoetgirlNY
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Fingernails can do damage even if they aren't real. The walls of the anus are very thin and can tear easily, which can lead to infection. It really is best to use gloves/condoms and lube for any penetration. Especially because it will just feel much better with lube and a smooth surface anyway.

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