I'm 18, and I masturbate everytime I take a shower..Sometime I take 2-3 showers a day, just to masturbate.
I'm afraid my sensitivity on my clit will go down. I mean, It doesn't feel the same when I have sex. I like masturbating more because it actually feels good. No ones made me climax yet, except for me. Is there something wrong with my vagina?
No! It doesn't feel the same because you know how much pressure feels good and your partner in sex doesn't know how to pleasure you or doesn't care.
doesn't your partner perform oral? plenty of ways to pleasure a woman and your sensitivity won't go down.
I just am always scared to masturbate because I don't want it to go down if it hasn't already. I don't have boyfriends because I don't want them. I'm a sexual person but I don't sleep with people. So, my resort is masturbation.
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