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    Danke to the first part.

    See I know she would tell me but since she's never had an orgasm, I wanted to make sure she wasn't misinterpreting the sensation. Many people have stated that I may be, but it all comes down to talking to her.

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    See, i've heard of wedding planners, but never sex planners. :laughing: Good suggestion tho. :laughing:

    Its not a matter of giving her oral thats the issue, i was just wondering whether the benefits of simultaneous vaginal stim and oral were worth breaking her hymen in order to accomplish that. Or do you think the signficance of physically losing your virginity the first time you have sex is worth holding off for.

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    Funny I found this, my g/f gets the same way. Haven't done anything with her since I posted this

    I think the problem is from too much direct stimulation, or thats what everyone's saying on both ur post + mine. Don't be afraid to let go. Your reaction is a result of you experiencing that level of pleasure. It's nothing to be ashamed of, and everyone responds to sexual stimulation in a unique way. If your b/f truly cares for this he'll understand, and possibly even be more turned on by it.

    ERS

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    My g/f and I havent gotten to oral stuff yet, I mean it's not too far off cuz we've been doing almost everything else to the respective regions for about a month. She is very much a virgin, and her hymen is very much there. As far as this is concerned, do you think I should talk to her about vaginal stimulation now, wait till I can give her the added pleasure of oral stimulation, or wait until we have sex for the first time. So I'm not really asking how to do so, I've seen the posts on that, just asking the opinions of the grand masses on whether you think that the pleasure it would give her now would outweigh the emotional significance of it happening the first time we have sex.

    And I know I know, ask her, but um, asking here is so much easier. This is a confidence beg one way or the other.

    This is actually a subquestion from a previous question I had that wasn't really answered. For the previous post, look here

    ERS


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    heh, welllllllllllllllllll, we havent gotten to oral stuff yet, I mean it's not too far off cuz we've been doing everything else to the respective regions for about a month(part of the whole puzzle is don't get to see her that often. I will more now that we're moving in together at the end of the month). As far as teasing goes, not to toot my own horn(i think that's a topic for a different board ), but I'm good at everything leading up to vuvlar combat. I'm not a rushing in kind of guy, she really likes the ear nibbling, lil bit o biting, drawing circles on her thigh, kissing her stomach, run my hand through her hair, and and and >snaps out of it< ANYWAY!

    Part of your post brings up another question I may post seperately. She is very much a virgin, and her hymen is very much there. As far as this is concerned, do you think I should talk to her about vaginal stimulation now, wait till I can give her the added pleasure of oral stimulation, or wait until we have sex for the first time.

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    If you're having pain like that go see the doctor, it could be appedicitis, could be another issue with your GI or a variety of other issues. Even if it's something as benign as a pulled muscle, a doc should still look at it.

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    See that's what I was thinking. Seeing as she stops me shortly after she gets twitchy, and that she's never had an orgasm before, she might just think that's all there is and be validating the sensation as an orgasm. I've been proceeding as if it were an orgasm, so i'll try and change it up. Heh, if its not an actual orgasm, she's in for a pleasent surprise.

    Now the biologist in me wants to do a case study on how many women misinterpret really good sensations as orgasms, but that's just the bioligist in me(before any other bioligists ask, im not into other biologists being in me, sorry.)

    Thanks for the input.

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    Hm, if thats what you're calling "pre-orgasm", then she probably hasn't had one yet, because she usually wants me to stop shortly after she gets twitchy.

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    I have asked her numerous times if what I'm doing is cool, and what to do to make it feel better, but she honestly has no idea what feels good to her. Being a Biology major helps a little, but a textbook and a person are two different things. My whole approach is just trying stuff, if she says stop I stop, if not, its good. On the flipside, if what she's experiencing is not an orgasm, i don't want her to miss out on it because she doesnt know what it feels like.

    One of my friends always jokes when it comes to sex women are like giant control panels with randomly changing buttons that may or may not always work, guys are like a big lever with "PULL" written on it.

    And it looks like this post is getting pushed further and further down the forum list, so thanks for the input.

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    but hitting my head on posts hurts. :grin:

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