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ok, so i havent had sex before. i got myself a rampant rabbit deluxe and tried using it but it doesnt fit, plus the clit part just seemed to make me go numb

it really burned when i tried to put it in, and i dont think i can have a hymen cause ive done a lot of horse riding

does this sound normal?
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"Rampant rabbit deluxe"? ****ing hell.

Anyway, yeah, it sounds normal. Your vagina takes time to get used to things being inserted into it. Put it this way - if you can't get a vibrator inside it, you can't get a baby out of it. It will loosen up with time though. Don't force it or it will hurt, but gradually over a couple of weeks use it as far as you can and it should help you loosen up a bit.

The fact that you've done a lot of horse riding doesn't necessarily mean your hymen hasn't broken, by the way. And if it has it may only have broken partly.
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erm...why the biggest one when you are a virgin? i don't really know very much, but i do know what 'sloppy seconds' means...perhaps you should have chosen a .... less ...ample load to 'bear' ?
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erm...why the biggest one when you are a virgin? i don't really know very much, but i do know what 'sloppy seconds' means...perhaps you should have chosen a .... less ...ample load to 'bear' ?
Instead of being vulgar, I'm sure you meant "perhaps you should have chosen a smaller one as you are less experienced", right? Right.
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And the vagina doesn't stay loose numb nuts.

I bought my ex Tiffany from Ann Summers...it was ideal. She was a virgin too, til I got to her hehe.
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And the vagina doesn't stay loose numb nuts.
If that was directed at me, point me to where I say it did? Idiot.
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It was directed at the other guy...talking about sloppy seconds
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Ah, sorry. Learn to quote though! :mad: :p:
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actually, its not the biggest one! there was no smaller one it the shop that was shaped like a penis, the smaller ones all had diamonds and stuff stuck on them which made me feel a bit doubtful...

erm...i dont understand the sloppy seconds thing? whats that? it sounds kinda gross
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actually, its not the biggest one! there was no smaller one it the shop that was shaped like a penis, the smaller ones all had diamonds and stuff stuck on them which made me feel a bit doubtful...

erm...i dont understand the sloppy seconds thing? whats that? it sounds kinda gross
If you must know, google it. First link that comes up will do nicely. :p:
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(Original post by generalebriety)
"Rampant rabbit deluxe"? ****ing hell.

Anyway, yeah, it sounds normal. Your vagina takes time to get used to things being inserted into it. Put it this way - if you can't get a vibrator inside it, you can't get a baby out of it. It will loosen up with time though. Don't force it or it will hurt, but gradually over a couple of weeks use it as far as you can and it should help you loosen up a bit.

The fact that you've done a lot of horse riding doesn't necessarily mean your hymen hasn't broken, by the way. And if it has it may only have broken partly.
No offense pal, but you're a gay guy, what would you know about these things? Leave it to people who have direct experience (ie girls).
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(Original post by generalebriety)
If you must know, google it. First link that comes up will do nicely. :p:
lovely! made me grin though :p:
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My word, that was very rude and totally unnecessary. You should not give 'advice' to people when your sole experience of such situations comes from secondary and often inconsistent online sources. Unless you have some kind of relevent medical training or direct personal experience, please refrain from posting speculative and unrealistic responses to this girl's intimate problems.
You fool.
Actually, no-one on here is qualified, as it says clearly at the top of each forum. generalebriety is as justified in giving his views as you are. mebbe he's just doing his best to be helpful to someone who's posted a problem on here, as we all try and be helpful with whatever knowledge we have.

I would agree that there is no need for anyone to get aggressive though.
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Actually, no-one on here is qualified, as it says clearly at the top of each forum. generalebriety is as justified in giving his views as you are. mebbe he's just doing his best to be helpful to someone who's posted a problem on here, as we all try and be helpful with whatever knowledge we have.

I would agree that there is no need for anyone to get aggressive though.
Absolutely, I was suggesting that no male members should really give advice, unless they are medically trained.
My gripe is with people who regurgitate material that they have read elsewhere, which is often incorrect.
Since no blokes have a vagina, and no gay men will have a great deal of first-hand experience with them, generalebriety was not, and is not in a position to advise the OP.
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I would agree that there is no need for anyone to get aggressive though.
Well, thank you for your opinion. Frankly, though, I'm sick of people patronising me for being helpful. So I hereby disregard what you just said. If the OP doesn't want my opinion they can damn well say in the first post "P.S. no gay guys " and I'll happily know my place and not bother to help.

Don't know why I'm here if I'm not allowed to post because I don't have a vagina. Go and tell all the male gynaecologists they're not allowed to give advice and they should "leave it to the girls " and they'll tell you exactly the same as I did.
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Absolutely, I was suggesting that no male members should really give advice, unless they are medically trained.
My gripe is with people who regurgitate material that they have read elsewhere, which is often incorrect.
Since no blokes have a vagina, and no gay men will have a great deal of first-hand experience with them, generalebriety was not, and is not in a position to advise the OP.
Right, and yet the OP has a vagina and thus first-hand experience with one and didn't know what was wrong. Conclusion? Not all girls are fully trained in the female anatomy either. Tell me, then, how it is a logical conclusion that no gay guys can have a clue what they're talking about when it comes to female anatomy.
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Well, thank you for your opinion. Frankly, though, I'm sick of people patronising me for being helpful. So I hereby disregard what you just said. If the OP doesn't want my opinion they can damn well say in the first post "P.S. no gay guys " and I'll happily know my place and not bother to help.

Don't know why I'm here if I'm not allowed to post because I don't have a vagina. Go and tell all the male gynaecologists they're not allowed to give advice and they should "leave it to the girls " and they'll tell you exactly the same as I did.
Lol, dude I'm bi! Don't stress cos ppl don't agree with u!
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Lol, dude I'm bi! Don't stress cos ppl don't agree with u!
I'm not stressed at all, I just talk like this. I don't go "ooh lolz soz!!! " because someone challenges me. I'm also not accusing you of homophobia if that's what you think. H&R wouldn't exist if no one was allowed to post because of their lack of medical training, and, for the (large number)th time, the OP doesn't know about her own problem either, so I wouldn't really say that girls replying was at all any proof of a right answer.

Good on you for not telling me I'm wrong anonymously though.
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Absolutely, I was suggesting that no male members should really give advice, unless they are medically trained.
My gripe is with people who regurgitate material that they have read elsewhere, which is often incorrect.
Since no blokes have a vagina, and no gay men will have a great deal of first-hand experience with them, generalebriety was not, and is not in a position to advise the OP.
yes i agree, but any ideas and or hints can be useful! Although generalebriety doenst have a vagina, he can still offer advice- which does not always have to be taken. Hehas bee helpul really, helping a girl who is doesn also have a clue about the vagina even though she has one herself! Cut him some slack, hes only trying to help.
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for the (large number)th time, the OP doesn't know about her own problem either, so I wouldn't really say that girls replying was at all any proof of a right answer.

Good on you for not telling me I'm wrong anonymously though.
Hah, damn right! When girls stop posting problems we'll stop trying to help them!
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