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Me and my boyfriend just started having vaginal sex, and this may be just way weird or something but like i cant feel him when he is inside me, when he would finger me, i used to could feel it, and he always told me i was tight, but he said he noticed that i wasnt really into it, and i'm not. not when i cant feel nothing. Why do you think this happens?

Like when he puts on the condom he like stretches over his penis, he doesnt roll it down. Is that safe?
Thank you.

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While this answer is about manual sex, it really applies to any kind of vaginal entry, so why don't you take a look:

We can talk more about this after you've read that, if you like.

Per your condom question, to put a condom on properly, it needs to be rolled down to the base of the penis.

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