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August 5th, 2010
it takes time be patient!
I have been married for 22 yrs with the same man for 30 yrs only in the last 2 yrs that I was able to cum. Yes I was 42 yrs old when I finally found how to get pleasure. Now my husband and I can't stop making love. for the first time I'm the one begging for some. I must say I enjoy sex toys, that was the only way I was able to cum. Be patient it will cum Smile
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replied July 15th, 2013
What did you do different ????
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replied July 15th, 2013
What toys do you recommend ???
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replied October 20th, 2010
HELP PLEASE!!
well this has been very helpful thank you. but i still have one question. wha if you can't stopr masturbating nd it's sorta an addiction? i know i am not a sex addict because it makes me feel dirty after i do it, but i can't stop. HELP PLEASE! thank you !
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replied July 15th, 2013
Don't feel dirty !!! I used to feel that way till very recently. Go ahead and feel free and pleasure yourself!!!!
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replied December 23rd, 2010
Heyy, I just had sex with one of my best friends, We all experience orgasms in different ways. I feel as if i have pins and needles and just have this wonderful feeling as to where it is happening but it goes throughout my body. It feels amazing. When you have one you will definatly know about it. I have had three sexual partners in the last three months. I am 16 so I am constantly on these websites to find out new things. Come clean to your sexual partner. If he REALLY liked you, he would be very understanding and know that you wanted him to feel great.Explore your body when you are on your own at some time, buy a dildo from ann summers. The only person who can find out what they like sexually is you. You may just find out that your g-spot is very low or very high which is why you dont think you have one. And as for a clitoris, You will defo have one. You just may not have as many nerve endings as other people. It may take you quite a while to become... horny if you know what i mean but enjoy yourself have fun... and word of advice, use a lot of foreplay really helps to... set the mood and with him fingering you, he could triger something!

Hope i helped have fun getting active Razz
And Merry xmas! Very Happy xoxo
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replied January 14th, 2011
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When I orgasm I can usually only do it when I AM ON TOP of my boyfriend because we need two different things in order for either of us to cum. Like I was saying, when I start I first feel a sensitive spot and work with it and it gets super tingly and my body tenses up and I can't help but freeze because of the INTENSE feeling (which messes with him because at that point he was close too). Thats how it goes for me... LOVE IT
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replied February 5th, 2011
I had sex with my boyfriend after not having it for a few weeks and after a few minutes he looked down and saw a creamy white liquid which I saw in other post said was cum. I'm one of the unlucky girls that still haven't had an orgasm so my question is, was that cum or discharge? I didn't experience the sensations of an orgasm. I just don't know what's going on with me haha I just started having sex.
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replied April 1st, 2011
There are many and varied spots for stimulation between a woman's legs-and don't forget that foreplay is a wonderful time to explore with fingertips and mouths to find sensitive places elsewhere. (I'm talkin' hips, shoulders, small of your back, etc, not just breasts and vulva!)

For most women orgasms can be tidily differentiated between two kinds: clitoral, and vaginal.

Clitoral orgasm can be achieved by stimulating the clitoris-be patient! If you're nervous, anxious, impatient, self-conscious, it takes *longer*. Visual aids (porn!) and foreplay are big helps here, but sometimes you just need to put on some low music, light a candle and explore. You might find that once you can do it by yourself, its oodles easier to teach your partner what you like. Don't be shy! This kind of stimulation can be very intense, to the point of pain, if you are very sensitive in this area. Stimulating above, or below the clitoris, or through the clitoral hood can help diffuse some of this intensity-avoiding pain in favor of more pleasurable sensations-try gentle motions up and down *next* to your clitoris at first, as more enthusiastic attention can sometimes be uncomfortable. I can only speak from my own experience, but the physical results of this shouldn't make you wish to urinate-if so, use the restroom, drink some water and try again. However, your vulva should swell-even if only a little, or a lot!-this is a healthy response due to blood flow, and you might notice that your vagina is slipper/damp with 'self-lubrication'. I do not believe it is accurate to describe this fluid as 'cum', think of it as a lady's built in KY-I'm not sure where it comes from, but mine is slightly viscous and clear. (If you are concerned with yours, just ask your gyno-if there's a problem, they'll know-if not, you're just one amongst many equal female variations.)

As for vaginal: I have not personally experienced a vaginal orgasm-this could be because a females sexual peak is in her early/mid thirties and I'm a bit younger than that. However, *many* women do not experience orgasm until later in their sexual career. The G-Spot is an elusive little bugger, but in some, can be identified by a change in the texture of the interior of your vaginal walls. Sometimes stimulation of the G-Spot and other places within your vagina, particularly ones on the upper wall (closer to belly button, rather than spine) can make you feel like you wish to urinate. I have assumed-personally-that this was because I was pressing on my bladder. (its possible I'm mistaken in my anatomy!) Yet it is true that many women experience a very wet orgasm known as 'squirting'. There should be a noticeable increase of fluid, but from what I have seen has been generally clear in color. This substance is what I consider a female's 'cum'. (If there is a strong urine smell, or urine color, its probably urine!)

My advice is to experiment in situations where you are most comfortable, and the least self conscious about your experimentation. If you haven't orgasmed before it can be very stressful with a partner due to performance anxiety. Remember to stay relaxed, there is no 'wrong' way to have sex, or to orgasm. And in the privacy of your bath, or bed, or wherever, no-one else can see you, or judge you for what you do.

Bottom line: if it comes out of you, and has any smell you might call 'funny' is particularly thick, or has discoloration, do NOT be shy to bring the issue to your Gyno, I can't tell you if its normal for YOU as every woman is different, but your Gyno can!

PS: If you're using store bought lubricant-insure that it is safe for your lady bits, if it says "for external use only" keep that lotion on your hands and keep looking. Latex allergies, sensitive skin, most personal lubricants have labels advertising their lack of oils, latex, etc. Pjur is a very very good brand, a very little goes a VERY long way-I'm talkin' two drops people.
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replied April 1st, 2011
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I'd avoid the candle idea.
In the excitement, you might knock it over and start a fire. lol. giggle
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replied April 26th, 2011
What does it mean if a women cum's alot ?
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replied April 27th, 2011
Blackrose reply, and any other woman
Women don't necessarily have "cum" as men do. The white, slimy gunk from masturbation isn't "cum". It's excess cervical fluid from the cervical glands. A woman's orgasm is the intense feeling that you cannot go any further. During this point, the cervix rapidly "bounces" in a tent like pocket that forms when a woman is immensely sexually aroused. This pocket is for semen placement from a male donor and the cervical contractions are thought to be cause of getting pregnant easier. The urge to pee feeling is part having to pee because of body tension on the bladder, and from two little glands along the urethral track on the woman's body. These glands are similar to the Cowper's glands in a man's penis (these glands secrete a man's pre-ejaculate fluid, which only contains sperm if he has not urinated between orgasms. The acidity of his urine kills sperm remaining in his urethra.) These glands on women, however, are thought to be the response of female ejaculation. However, it is important to understand that having an orgasm should not be your focus, or you more than likely will not have one. It is important to feel the sensations, enjoy them, and allow your body to flow with the feeling.
And yes, vaginal exercises can tighten the vagina again, however the results are not as women expect. Plus, only the first one third of the vagina really has any nerve endings (this excludes the cervix), so generally an orgasm cannot be reached with penetration alone. Things you could try to reach your orgasm are lubes that provide different sensation (look for water-based to avoid bacterial vaginosis), and also a clitoral stimulant gel, which can enhance sensation with stimulation. A vibrator is also useful, and shower heads work wonders (if you have a nice jet setting). You also need to know your body, and know what you like. Every woman is unique, but it is important for you to understand how your vagina, clitoris, urethra, and labia all get along with each other. My advice would be to look for a medical site or to pick up the book "What's up down There?" by Dr. Lissa Rankin. She talks about how your body works, and how you can get along with it. Where you find this book will be more books on women's health, sex, and self-esteem.
Again, your focus during sex, masturbation, or sexual pleasure should not be orgasm. Your focus should be enjoying the moment whether alone or with a partner.
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replied April 27th, 2011
Women don't necessarily have "cum" as men do. The white, slimy gunk from masturbation isn't "cum". It's excess cervical fluid from the cervical glands. A woman's orgasm is the intense feeling that you cannot go any further. During this point, the cervix rapidly "bounces" in a tent like pocket that forms when a woman is immensely sexually aroused. This pocket is for semen placement from a male donor and the cervical contractions are thought to be cause of getting pregnant easier. The urge to pee feeling is part having to pee because of body tension on the bladder, and from two little glands along the urethral track on the woman's body. These glands are similar to the Cowper's glands in a man's penis (these glands secrete a man's pre-ejaculate fluid, which only contains sperm if he has not urinated between orgasms. The acidity of his urine kills sperm remaining in his urethra.) These glands on women, however, are thought to be the response of female ejaculation. However, it is important to understand that having an orgasm should not be your focus, or you more than likely will not have one. It is important to feel the sensations, enjoy them, and allow your body to flow with the feeling.
And yes, vaginal exercises can tighten the vagina again, however the results are not as women expect. Plus, only the first one third of the vagina really has any nerve endings (this excludes the cervix), so generally an orgasm cannot be reached with penetration alone. Things you could try to reach your orgasm are lubes that provide different sensation (look for water-based to avoid bacterial vaginosis), and also a clitoral stimulant gel, which can enhance sensation with stimulation. A vibrator is also useful, and shower heads work wonders (if you have a nice jet setting). You also need to know your body, and know what you like. Every woman is unique, but it is important for you to understand how your vagina, clitoris, urethra, and labia all get along with each other. My advice would be to look for a medical site or to pick up the book "What's up down There?" by Dr. Lissa Rankin. She talks about how your body works, and how you can get along with it. Where you find this book will be more books on women's health, sex, and self-esteem.
Again, your focus during sex, masturbation, or sexual pleasure should not be orgasm. Your focus should be enjoying the moment whether alone or with a partner.
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replied May 5th, 2011
I have a boyfriend now, but when i'm away and not sexually active, i never feel the urge to masturbate myself, it just doesn't feel right. This was the same before i had a boyfriend too. However, do girls have similar to guys 'wet dreams' because, in my underwear sometimes, or i suddenly feel an almost 'menstrual sensation' and have 'ejaculated' what looks like cum. Is it cum or just discharge? Slightly thick and clear/creamy. Thanks
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replied July 15th, 2013
I did as a teen. And go ahead a masturbate. Feel free to pleasure yourself.
Sounds like cum !!!
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replied August 18th, 2011
hey... i read the posts earlier...but i'm still confused how do i know if i really cum..bcuz my bf told me a time dat i cum but i dont kno wen dat happened...also there were a few times after playing with myself i felt sort of intense wit muscles contracting for a SHORT period with a sweet sensation and den its like clear fluid NOT SLIMY AT ALL with little pieces of white not really thick liquid came out. i'm not sure if dat was an orgasm..there are also times wen i'm doing leg exercise an i get horny an i feel a sort of sweetness the same kind of tension as i stated before however i pee... then most recently wen i'm tryin to get horny (WHICH DOESNT HAPPEN ON A REGULAR BASIS UNLESS EXERCISING or being touched right)I feel the same sweet tension again but now i slime ant its clear in small amounts. i'm not sure if it means dat i had an orgasm or if its normal slime from stimulation,(my hands are usually more on my clitoris so I'm not always aware if the slime was there before exiting at the same speed or if its a form or orgasm.) and i can do these stuff for multiple times but its most brief....i'm sooo confused!!! H E L P
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replied September 5th, 2011
I've recently started masterbating and the first few times when I got the urge to pee I stopped but the last time I just let go and liquid came out but I don't know if it was pee or something else. I can't tell how much there was since it seeped into my sheets but it didn't smell or look like pee however I can't be sure. Does anyone know what happened?
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replied September 5th, 2011
I've recently started masterbating and the first few times when I got the urge to pee I stopped but the last time I just let go and liquid came out but I don't know if it was pee or something else. I can't tell how much there was since it seeped into my sheets but it didn't smell or look like pee however I can't be sure. Does anyone know what happened?
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replied November 8th, 2011
Recently when I had sex with my boyfriend, I felt really close, then he pulled out and asked if i came and showed me this white fluid all over his penis and it wasn't his. But I Didn't feel an orgasm. Was that cum or just A LOT of normal wetness?
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replied November 13th, 2011
Female Cum Tends to be much thinner than a males and is often thought to be the woman peeing, it can be so thin that it feels like oil and it can be so thick you can stretch it and inch between two fingers. It tends to be clear or a faint whitish color. And to comment on your other fact Honey once you hit that big O you will know it trust me. The event in which your describing much sounds like an acute female ejaculation. Hope I Could Be Of Help!
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replied November 13th, 2011
i was fingering/stimulating my gf the other night and she squirted this watery liquid which i thought was pee but after reading this i feel better haha
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replied December 28th, 2011
Is tat cum or what?
Erm why do I Get wet when I didn't masterbate while just sitting down it maybe walking halfway. I just get wet out I a sudden. Can someone explain why?
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replied January 8th, 2012
Trying To Find Out Why
me n my bestfriend have great awesome sex with our boyfriends but wen we do we never cum can u help us find out why tht is
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replied January 8th, 2012
Hey, So I at one point was wondering all this as well and did a little self exploration as well as watched so videos and did some research. Keep in mind what I say is not always going to be the same for everyone.

At least for me there is two kind of ways that I ejaculate. When I am having intercourse or using a toy to penetrate I slowly feel a build up of a warm tingly sensation that is awesome. I usually keep going and this feeling grows and i can feel when I am about to climax and when i do this warm sensation radiates through my entire body sometimes even makes my legs shake for a while after. At least thats what it feels like for me but its different for everyone but when you have one you will know. And also when I climax this way I generally have a discharge that is thick and white. Some girls have this in large or smaller quantities.
Another thing that happens when the gspot is stimulated (which feels amazing by the way) to have this happen I usually like my bf to finger me he can really focus on the gspot, or oral is great as well. This is a common time when that have to pee sensation comes in. What is happening is when the gspot is stimulated it acts like a sponge it slowly starts getting bigger and bigger with with vaginal fluid, for me it looks and feels a lot like water, as it gets bigger and bigger it starts to push up against your bladder because its located very close to it. And it pushes up against your bladder giving you that need to pee sensation, you have to relax and let your self get passed that feeling if you dont you will never get the full extent of the gspot orgasm. When I orgasm through gspot its similar to other orgasm but 100x more powerful and the vaginal fluid built up in gspot is released, for me its a large amount of almost water or pee like fluid, for other women its just a little. They say that there can be small traces of pee but not always and not enough to be embarrassed. Believe me if a guy can make you squirt he will be pretty proud of him self. Smile hope this lengthy reply kinda give you an idea of what an orgasm and ejaculation are like. But remember changes from person to person.
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