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i have an issue, hope someone could help.
i am 15 and i seem NOT to find my actual clit. i know where it should be and everything but its not there. i have the rest whats needed but i cant find my clit! its so weird. sometimes when im near my orgasm, i tend to go round the area where it should be, and i can feel something hard there and i can get the orgasm quicker, but as i said, it looks nothing like all those pictures of a normal vagina ive seen, and its sort of bugging me for over two years now, can anyone tell me what the hell is this ? i mean , i aint going to go to the doctor about this issue, seriously, my mum would ask me so many questions. Is it just that im still developing, or something??

pleasee help , thanks in advance Wink

Evita
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replied August 29th, 2009
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There is nothing like a "normal vagina". Every woman is different and it is part of what makes you unique.

The clitoris is normally drawn and shown with its head (the glans) very visible. This is not the normal state. The glans may peek out from under its hood when you get aroused. In some women it does not do that. You can feel it get erect when you get sexually aroused so it is there. The fact that you experience an orgasm from rubbing it shows that it is there and working as it should.

The clitoris glans is just a small nub and your inner lips are connected to it. It is covered by a skin hood. You should pull the hood back when it is erect to see it.

You should anyways wash under the clitoral hood. Smegma forms under the hood and it can cause your clitoris to become sensitive and for the hood to stick to it. Smegma is dry skin cells with some oil from the skin mixed in and is white and creamy.

Don't expect to see what you see in porn. Porn stars normally are chosen for their abnormally large genitals and breasts.

Happy hunting!!
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replied September 6th, 2009
no the thing is, i dont have the hood or anyything,

im like SO confused at the moment,

but thank you for yourr reply, was waiting for it Smile
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