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malteaserrx3
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Hi there,
i didn't knoww what to put as the title so umm yeah :S this is my first time posting here. Umm im 17 and i recently read the 50 shades of grey book, i enjoyed them and the story behind them. But umm i know alot of people said they got 'turned on' by reading them and how do you know if your turned on? I sorta wanna read more books like 50 shades, but the thing is when reading i did get a strange feeling and i dont know if i liked it or not :S i guess saying that i want to read more like it would suggest i do like the feeling that i'm getting but im just not sure, its all confusing!

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Onionpie
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Hi malteaserrx3, welcome to scarleteen! Have you read this article yet? Sexual Response & Orgasm: A Users Guide

If not, I really suggest you read it, as it has lots of information about arousal(being "turned on"). After you've read it, feel free to ask any questions! [Smile]

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malteaserrx3
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thanks for the reply! i have read the article, umm i feel stupid by saying this but sure, umm sometimes i feel like a pulsing in my private area and sometimes i feel like i really need to pee (but i don't), is that normal if your turned on?
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Heather
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That "pulsing" is likely increased blood flow and nerve sensitivity, and yep, that's part of what tends to happen with arousal. A feeling of needing to pee can be about some pressure on your bladder due to increased blood flow in your pelvis. Again, not uncommon. [Smile]

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