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Night Angel, I wrote some time ago because I had no idea how to find out about a girl's body, I didn't know the right places to touch her, but since then I've tried lots of ways to please my new girl and now we want to try something a little different. My girlfriend and I have discussed having sex while she is menstruating (having her period). Is this safe? jakeamany

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Posted on May 22nd. 2007
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Jakeamany, it's great to hear that you have learnt so much about a girl and to have come so far with your new girlfriend. You must be really touching places that make her feel good if she wants to try something a little different with you. Having sex with a girl / woman that is menstruating is perfectly natural. Although some may disagree. What you need to remember is that there will of course be a mess and if that doesn't turn you off then go for it. A girl can experience lots of pleasure when she is menstruating and I have known men to oral to girls at this time. They never got ill from the experience. If you both agree to try it, then yes it is safe to do so. But also remember that if you are practising safe sex this is still a time to do that. Have fun...

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Answered on May 22nd. 2007
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Hi Night Angel, I met this lady at a singles bar and she is a doll. She was up front and told me she hadn't had sex for
many years because she hadn't met the right person after her marriage broke up. We did all the right things and took things slowly but I found her so tight. Is it possible for a woman to get tight or her vagina to close up a little if she doesn't have sex for a long time? madabouther.

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Posted on February 6th. 2007
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Madabouther, I'm not a medical professional so I really cannot answer that question as well as I'd like to. But personally I feel the lady you met was tight before and still is. Some women can get tighter though I feel because something unused for a long period of time will have that affect. Try using a waterbased lubricant and enjoy how tight your friend is. If sexual intercourse is hurting her, then she may need to see her medical practitioner. If it isn't then take it slowly, ensure she is relaxed and enjoy your times together.

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Answered on February 7th. 2007
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My husband is worried that when I experience an orgasm that I am leaking urine. But when I told my girlfriend about it she thought that perhaps I had epxerienced female ejaculation. The liquid that I leak is clear and doesn't small like urine. When a female ejaculates or squirts is it normal and is the liquid urine or soemthing else? Thanks, Jackieme

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Posted on February 6th. 2007
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Welcome to the site Jackieme, what a fantastic question. The liquid that you are talking about certainly isn't urine. You'd know if it was because it would have that smell about it. The clear liquid that you re talking about leaks out through the urethra and it is clear, and to some it maybe a little salty but to others there really isn't any taste. Female ejaculate smells fresh and I am talking from experience. Some women may experience small ejaculations where a little liquid is ejaculated while other women gush or squirt. Personally I feel that what you have experienced is female ejaculation... Squirting is perfectly normal although a lot of women can't squirt yet they will still experience an orgasm.

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Answered on February 6th. 2007
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Iíve been seeing 3 different girls and having sex with them all. Not to boast but almost every night with at least one of them. My organ is raw and hurts tremendously. Could I have caught something? Can I be having too much intercourse!
BrianH.

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Posted on February 3rd. 2007
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BrianH, the first thing you should be doing is heading to either your doctor or to a sexual health clinic. It's a possibility you have caught something but I'm not a doctor or a medical person so you need to get this checked out. And it is a possibility you are having sex too much but I doubt it. Many people have sex lots of times during the day and the night and if you haven't been practiced safe sex with these girls then it's a possibility that there is a problem. Night Angel.

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Answered on February 3rd. 2007
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My girlfriend will not give me a blowjob. She thinks it is dirty and that she doesnít like the taste of my penis. I have bathed extra special in my groin area to be sure Iím clean but she still says it doesnít taste good! Is there something I can apply to make it more appealing to her taste buds? RobertJ.

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Posted on January 31st. 2007
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RobertJ, several things come to mind when I read that your girlfriend doesn't like giving you a blowjob. First of all sometimes the taste can relate to what you eat, drink or smoke. So take that into consideration to start with. Perhaps
changing those things to start with may help with your taste. Another suggestion is to have a shower together and let soap you up and wash you. That way she can see that you are clean but it still doesn't help with the taste. Use your imagination and find out what she likes, such as chocolate sauce, whipped cream, honey (this is quite sticky but it works), anything that she wants to use... but my thoughts are you really need to look at what you are eating, drinking and smoking habits (if you smoke that is) and change those habits. Too much junk food, the drinks you maybe consuming, and what you smoke can change the way you taste.

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Answered on January 31st. 2007
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Can I bottom out in my wife? Sometimes when we have sex my wife says that when I drive into her hard and deep it hurts. She says that I hit something inside of her. Iím average size, around seven and a half inches fully erect. Am I hitting bottom! Jonathan M.

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Posted on January 30th. 2007
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Jonathan, from what I have read you are a little more than average size and lots of women are built differently to others. A woman's anatomy is quite unique really and there is every possibility you may be hitting up against her cervix. I know of several women who can and can't have sex with guys as big as you or bigger because it hurts. Personally if you both feel that there is a real problem, then make an appointment with your GP and get a referal to a gynecologist. Every woman is different so if your wife is hurting she needs to have it checked out.

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Answered on January 30th. 2007
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My husband wonít enter my vagina since I am now pregnant again. During my first pregnancy we went without intercourse for eight months because he thinks he might hurt the fetus. Plus he says he feels weird and nasty when he humps up towards the baby! Iím three months along right now and very, very horny. I canít go seven or eight months again without vaginal intercourse! Please help! What are the risks to the baby and me?
PaulaP.

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Posted on January 30th. 2007
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PaulaP many women have intercourse when they are pregnant. If the sex is gentle especially since your husband is concerned about harming your baby, then you should be fine. Take your husband along to see your obstetrician, he or she should be able to assure him that having sex is fine. Your obstetrician will be able to explain the risks to you and your baby.

I enjoyed sex while I was pregnant, perhaps you riding him may allow you to take control, and you can both enjoy intercourse together. Another good position is being taken from behind, that way he is not putting pressure on you or the baby. But I am not in a medical position to offer you the advice about risks, so please see either your general practitioner or your obstetrician.

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Answered on January 30th. 2007
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Night Angel, my partner often suffers from a dry vagina and even though she maybe turned on she is still quite dry and she gets very frustrated because of it. Is there anything we can do to help her dryness so we can both enjoy our sexual relations without it hurting her? PeterJay

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Posted on January 30th. 2007
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PeterJay without knowing what is causing her dryness it can be difficult for me to suggest what treatment your partner may need. Seeing a doctor may help because they can determine if the dryness is caused by a medical condition. However if it really is only vaginal dryness, what I would suggest is using a waterbase lubricant. I have always kept a waterbased lube on hand and it can be used for different types of play. Your partner may only need a little to help her dryness. Not only does it help her but it can also increase the sexual pleasures for both of you. It only takes a second to apply and you can both have fun playing with the waterbased lube also. It can help her dryness, increase the pleasures and sex can be so much fun.

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Answered on January 30th. 2007

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