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Neophyte
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so, yesterday me and my GF were fooling around, and when i was fingering her; after it when i took my finger out, and they had pinkish liquid (its normally clear. so i thought she could of started her period. but she says that she shouldnt start for a few more days. if you could help me out with this..that would be great

THANKS

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kitka
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She may have been bleeding just a bit. The vagina's tissues are delicate & can be easily scratched by a fingernail or scraped by a lot of friction without adequate lube. ... invest in some lube & latex gloves or cots for the next time. It'll make things more comfortable for both of you & reduce STD risks.
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