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Sexual dysfunction??

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  • Posted By: joyanna123
  • February 9, 2007
  • 00:03 AM

i am 21 and female

when i have sexual intercourse i feel pain and discomfort at first, then afterwards i feel nothing at all--just the fullness of a penis going in and out and that is it. it doesn't matter what position it is, it is still unsatisfying. when i am in the missionary position with my legs over the guy's shoulders it feels as though i have to defecate

also, i notice that i enjoy oral sex (giving and receiving) and clitorial stimulation over sexual intercourse. for instance, if i am stimulating my clitoris against a stuffed object (a pillow) or rubbing it against a person's body, it feels very good and is sexually satisfying to where i don't need penetration. frankly, i can live without sexual intercourse. but i realize that this is not normal and will only cause problems in future relationships with men. i do want to enjoy sexual intercourse like most ppl...any help?

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  • Hi Joyanna, It is perfectly NORMAL for a woman to need a lot of ***t stimulation for her to enjoy good sex! Oral sex is not only a natural act for both parties, but nessary for a happy marriage. PLEASE, find and read the BETTY DODSON web page! She is very open and has helped countless females. Just enter Betty Dodson online index into your search button. This woman is absolutly awesome! PLEASE check her out!!!!!!!!!!
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  • You need to get your clitoris stimulated BEFORE penetration- orally, manually, or mechanically. Also keep your legs down off of his shoulders, and get your clitoris as close to his PELVIS as you can with each thrust. He needs to Slow way down and take it easy and stop "Bangin'" and start "lovin'"Good Luck
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