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Hi,

Annonymous because this is personal, if not delete please

Basically, when my boyfriend stimulates me manually, it often feels quite sensitive and slightly painful (clitoris area). I often have to pull away because it feels very sensitive and not particularly enjoyable. Is this usual? Do I need to stick with it longer (if possible) to get pleasure?
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Well, how does it feel when you stimulate yourself? If the same, you might just have an over sensitive clitoris, might be best if it isn't stimulated directly.
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Likelyhood is hes actually touching the clitoris itself- which when aroused can be far too sensitive, to the point that it can hurt. Without wanting to get into trouble for giving sex tips, try getting him not to touch there but that general area.
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Maybe he's going about it from a bad angle, it can feel like this if it's done wrong. you just have to direct him. It's pretty complicated stuff, to be fair.
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From above, not from below.
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Yep, the clitoral hood is your friend, use it; or, specifically, get him to use it .
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He's being too rough, putting too much pressure on it, and touching it too directly.

It has a hood for a reason, and it usually doesn't like coming out of there until you're really turned on [mine's not too keen at all, though if I'm really turned on it won't hurt (just doesn't do anything for me)].

Just make him do it the way you do it yourself, else it'll just hurt a lot and not feel good at all.
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Why not ask him to 'tease' you rather than actually touch it. What I mean by this is that he should stroke you on the inner part of both your thighs but very gently and actually touching you everywhere but on the Clitoris.
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(Original post by WokSz)
Why not ask him to 'tease' you rather than actually touch it. What I mean by this is that he should stroke you on the inner part of both your thighs but very gently and actually touching you everywhere but on the Clitoris.
YES YES teasing works wonders!!

I always say that getting a girl off is 90% preperation!! ;yes;
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(Original post by Ilora-Danon)
From above, not from below.
Yas, this appears to be a tricky one to teach! "Oh dear god, don't pull back so hard! Push down..."
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just be honest with him!! boys don't learn from girls pretending to have a good time!!

i say, blame his ex girlfriend for not telling him sooner!!

faking it makes a whole generation of bad sex
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Ask him to be more gentle. Guide him.
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just tell him to be more gentle! i'm sure if he cares about you enough he won't mind you telling him want you really like.
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