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ash30
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i have never had one. when my bf and i have sex nothing really happens for me...wat can i do? [Confused]

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DarkChild717
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Women react differently to different kinds of stimuli. Do you masturbate? Are you able to achieve orgasm through masturbation? That'd be a good place to start looking.

Also bear in mind that vaginal intercourse doesn't always do anything for women; our most sensitive place tends to be our labia and clitoris, which don't get a lot of service during intercourse.

Have a look at these two articles. They'll help you, I think.
Yield for Pleasure (or, why chilling out with intercourse can improve your sex life)
From OW! to Wow: Identify the causes of Painful Vaginal Sex and Kick the Pain to the Curb

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Gumdrop Girl
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Most women don't have orgasms during sexual intercourse. By "most" I'm talking SEVEN out of TEN. For the majority, you just have to enjoy the sex you're having, then switch to another activity that can bring you to orgasm (if that's what you really must have). But don't freak out or bum yourself out 'cause you can't orgasm during sexual intercourse. Putting unnecessary pressure on yourself just makes it harder to climax.

read up...
Yield for Pleasure (or, why chilling out with intercourse can improve your sex life)
Sexual Response and Orgasm: A User's Guide

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what does climax mean?
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Heather
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If you read those links, you'll find out. [Smile]

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ash30
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well i try to masterbate but that doesnt really work either....i would like to have one with my boyfriend so i dont havt to fake all this stuff all the time
how do i get one through masterbation?

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