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    The first day of my period this month is expected to be on the 8th. I started feeling uncomfortable from the 3rd, I can feel my vagina opening, not sure if this is the right description or not. I really want to have sex now however I am still single. I want to try masturbation(not putting anything into my vagina) as I do NOT want to loss my virginity. I tried a few times and I didn't enjoy it at all. Did I do anything wrong? How can I feel the excitement of sex without a boy? I am 15 and I don't want a boyfriend before sixth form.
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    My understanding of virginity is that masturbation doesn't count (even if you do go inside) and it needs to be having sex (meaning a male putting his penis inside your vagina). Even if another person put anything other than their penis in it wouldn't technically be sex so you wouldn't be loosing your virginity.

    If you still don't want to go inside that is totally fine. Just google clitoral stimulation.

    There is no rush. You are still young. Take it slow and don't put too much pressure on yourself.
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    Hey I'm the same age and I find clitoral stimulation soooo satisfying- and it DEFINATELY doesn't take away your virginity! I find some porn turns me on then I slowly rub around the clitoris. As the sexual feeling builds up I grind faster. Also try panting as this makes it feel more sexual. Good luck and tell me how it goes x😊
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    (Original post by pisceanpineapple)
    Hey I'm the same age and I find clitoral stimulation soooo satisfying- and it DEFINATELY doesn't take away your virginity! I find some porn turns me on then I slowly rub around the clitoris. As the sexual feeling builds up I grind faster. Also try panting as this makes it feel more sexual. Good luck and tell me how it goes x😊
    The problem for me is I do not know how to find my clitoris, maybe I will need more time to find it. I tried but I couldn't feel anything so I guess I was touching the wrong place.
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    The problem for me is I do not know how to find my clitoris, maybe I will need more time to find it. I tried but I couldn't feel anything so I guess I was touching the wrong place.
    Have you looked at a diagram? It helps. Basically it is at the front/ top just under a "hood" formed by the end of the two flaps to the side of your vagina. Usually if you are aroused and you touch it you will be able to tell. With your fingers it will feel like a little bit of a button or knot, but it's normally how it feels that helps you find it the most
    Chances are you do know where it is, you my just be insensitive so not much is happening when you do find it. A lot of women have an insensitive clitoris and if you've never done anything sexual before it may just take you a while to "warm up". Whatever the case you will get used to what works for you, just keep exploring. Try different pressures or even vibration.
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    Masturbation isn't usually considered as losing your virginity, but it's down to opinion I suppose.

    Your vagina will naturally loosen/open when you're aroused, if you aren't keen on going inside (which is where your g-spot/a-spot are) then you can always focus on your clitoris, nipples or anus. There is no right or wrong as to what pleasure should be.

    If you're struggling to find your clitoris, I'd suggest watching porn, they tend to do great close-ups, or use a mirror. Open your labia (the lips) and you should see a little hood covering a hard lump of skin. It looks like a skin-coloured pee and will vary in size (normal), when touched it should excite you. I'd advise some form of lube when doing this as friction can be painful rather than pleasureful.
 
 
 
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