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    I thought it was a very good question. Because how do you tell the difference in a girl getting wet and a girl cumming? But like I said How do you make a girl cum? And How do you know she is doing it? Does it like squirt out or something or what? I just can't figure out the difference in getting wet or cumming?

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    Become good friends with her clitoris and you will have no problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iamteddybearfeelmecuddle
    Become good friends with her clitoris and you will have no problem.
    Some girls clitoris are so sensitive so they dont like it rubbed. But oral? Someone suggested so when someone is licking a girls clit it drives them off the wall and you can add finger motion and it will make them cum?



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    I thought it was a very good question. Because how do you tell the difference in a girl getting wet and a girl cumming? But like I said How do you make a girl cum? And How do you know she is doing it? Does it like squirt out or something or what? I just can't figure out the difference in getting wet or cumming?

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    Okay,

    Well not all women "squirt." It is not that common. Being "wet" is a woman being lubricated for intercourse and is an indication she is turned on.

    Actually having an orgasm varies among women. But some common occurrences are:

    Her telling you she is.
    Her breathing gets faster and faster.
    Her wiggling around, having a hard time laying still.
    While having intercourse, sometimes a man can feel it because her vaginal muscles tighten up.
    Her moaning, screaming.

    Not all women are into oral for various reasons. And sometimes the clitorous can get very sensative that it can be uncomfortable. Does she like oral? Have you tried it?

    I hope this helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kellbell
    Okay,

    Well not all women "squirt." It is not that common. Being "wet" is a woman being lubricated for intercourse and is an indication she is turned on.

    Actually having an orgasm varies among women. But some common occurrences are:

    Her telling you she is.
    Her breathing gets faster and faster.
    Her wiggling around, having a hard time laying still.
    While having intercourse, sometimes a man can feel it because her vaginal muscles tighten up.
    Her moaning, screaming.

    Not all women are into oral for various reasons. And sometimes the clitorous can get very sensative that it can be uncomfortable. Does she like oral? Have you tried it?

    I hope this helps.
    Yes she likes oral. But sometimes when I rub her clit she says it sometimes gets so sensitive so I got to so slow around her clit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blinking101
    Some girls clitoris are so sensitive so they dont like it rubbed. But oral? Someone suggested so when someone is licking a girls clit it drives them off the wall and you can add finger motion and it will make them cum?
    I certainly wouldn't recommend to you that you refrain from trying to pleasure a woman in a certain way, simply because *some* girls find it too sensitive. I recommend you treat her as an individual and try to find out what types of pressure and stimulation *she* likes best.
    Last edited by iamteddybearfeelmecuddle; 07-19-2006 at 05:11 PM.

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    Perhaps you are putting too much pressure on it or rubbing too hard. That can be uncomfortable. The clitorous has a lot of nerve endings and fills with blood as well when excited and stimulated.

    The trick is to go very slow and be very gentle. Try new things and have her guide you. Tell her not be afraid to tell you what she likes and does not like. Every woman's body is different and every woman has certain things she likes and does not like. The fun is exploring together and practicing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iamteddybearfeelmecuddle
    I certainly wouldn't recommend to you that you refrain from trying to pleasure a woman in a certain way, simply because *some* girls find it to sensitive. I recommend you treat her as an individual and try to find out what types of presure and stimulation *she* likes best.
    I do treat her like a queen. I was just saying if I am licking her clit would finger motion make a big difference when I am eating her out? And of course be careful.

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    Blinking,

    I found this post by DragonGirl from a while back...maybe this will help...


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    Last time I checked, which was yesterday, the answer was yes! LOL

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