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Old 09-20-2010, 03:40 AM
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Originally Posted by MindfulAgony View Post
And so, your grandmother or father could be to blame. Genes are as often passed through - without the parent having the gene expressed - as they are passed on from a parent who clearly has that gene.

My point still stands. You have good company with nearly 30% of all women. And, there's sufficient scientific basis to suggest that a vaginal orgasm is indeed based in the clitoris. As such, why be concerned with clitoral stimulation during penile insertion? Why torture yourself with this [false] view of yourself as defective with ample evidence to the contrary?
Why be concerned with clitoral stimulation during penile insertion? I am not. It is everyone else who wants me to be. I want to be able to orgasm, like the 70% of NORMAL women. Clitoral stimulation during intercourse causes too much stimulation and causes me pain. Just like the g-spot.
Why does my g-spot cause me pain if it gets other women off?
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