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    Every time I have tried to masturbate, after getting turned on and all that, it still hurts. I am a 16 year old girl and whenever I look online for help it always says about not putting fingers in and just stimulating the clit, but even just rubbing there it hurts.
    I am extremely embarrassed to bring this up but it has been bugging me for a while and stops me from relieving any tension I get built up. I have never orgasmed before. Please tell me what's wrong!
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    Every time I have tried to masturbate, after getting turned on and all that, it still hurts. I am a 16 year old girl and whenever I look online for help it always says about not putting fingers in and just stimulating the clit, but even just rubbing there it hurts.
    I am extremely embarrassed to bring this up but it has been bugging me for a while and stops me from relieving any tension I get built up. I have never orgasmed before. Please tell me what's wrong!
    Talk to your GP, first and foremost. Getting frustrated about it won't do you any good, so don't worry about it until you know if there is something wrong at all, or if it's just something that can be easily fixed. Don't panic, I'm sure everything is fine and you can get it sorted easily enough
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    Even with the lightest touch? If things aren't slippery, direct stimulation can be painful (just as for men touching the head of their penis directly...)

    But there's many more ways to do it. For some women, the stimulation need not be direct. Some women orgasm via crossing their legs tightly and squeezing their thighs, for example, while others have a stream of warm water over their vulva, or hump something soft or... When Shere Hite asked lots of women about their sex lives, nearly one in ten were doing it in one of those ways.
 
 
 
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