ok so me and my g/f have sex. but when we do it doggie style her vagina gets air in it and it makes like a fart noise and she says that it hurts whiel we are having sex? so does any body have a clue on why this would happen and or how to fix it? thanks who ever writes me back
I'm just guessing because I have never heard of this being an issue, but I would say that you are pulling clear out when you are thrusting allowing air to get in. Try not coming out all the way and see if that helps. If not, you may not want to have it that way.
This (based on my experience) is not an uncommon occurence when having sex
"doggie style" jml might be correct with her description of the cause. Women with whom I've observed this phenomenon, and I, usually just say "whoops" and laugh it off...
I'm not sure how to answer about the pain, however.
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