Sam W wrote:Hi Da24,
You're right that finding what feels good to you during masturbation is something you get to explore for yourself, but we can certainly give you some starting places! This article can give you some examples of different things to try, as well as what to do if masturbation doesn't quite feel like it's working: Going Solo: The Basics of Masturbation.
Too, can you give me a sense of how comfortable you are exploring and thinking about your genitals? I know for some trans guys it can be dysphoria-inducing, while for others it's not.
Mo wrote:If you aren't interested with any sort of insertion, the clitoris may be an area you do want to focus attention on; it has internal parts as well as external, but the clitoris itself isn't something that can be entered at all. (There's a really helpful diagram that shows the internal & external clitoris, as well as the rest of the vulva, in this article if you want to take a look: With Pleasure: A View of Whole Sexual Anatomy for Every Body.)
When you try masturbating, are you doing it when you already feel aroused? The desire to masturbate or have an orgasm doesn't necessarily mean you're actively feeling arousal, and many people find that they need to be aroused before masturbation will feel good.
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