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kk161 posted:
Ok I'm in love with my boyfriend...no doubt about that. but I have trouble having an orgasm the traditional way. I always end up doing it myself. Its frustrating but we can't hit the right spot. We try all different kinds of positions....i even try to imagine every kinky thing i can come up with in my mind and it still doesn't work! help!! anyone ever had this problem?
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elle0317 responded:
most women cannot orgasm from penetration alone, we need some sort of clitoral stimulation to achieve orgasm.
 
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fcl responded:
What do you mean by "the traditional way"?
There's nothing inherently dirty about sex, but if you try real hard and use your imagination you can overcome that.
 
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kk161 replied to elle0317's response:
used to be able to have multiple orgasms with penetration alone and i just cant any more. i cant figure this out. i keep trying.
 
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kk161 replied to fcl's response:
am as uninhibited as they come no pun intended and i consider myself pretty hot in the bedroom so sex is not dirty to me in any way. i use my imagination, my boy friend is hot and experienced. its all me and i cant figure it out. I know he wants to make me orgasm with penetration and it makes me so frustrated. I used to be able to have multiple orgasms this way in recent years but all of a sudden i can't.


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