I can't feel anything in my clitorous or vagina during sex, oral sex or anything like that. It is so frustrating! I can't tell my partner because it would upset him and he would think its his fault... This may sound weird, but I discovered my clitorous at a very young age, around five years old. I would frequently touch myself, my mother saw what I was doing and told me I had to stop. When I lost my virginity I was devastated that I couldn't feel anything... Thought maybe it was my partner. But I have had 4 others since then and have never felt a thing! I am 20 years old... My partner is very generous during sex, always wanting to give me oral.. I have to fake it and I HATE doing that! I just want to be a normal human being and experience an orgasm. It is not in my head, not a psychological problem and I am 100% certain because when I was little I remember feeling clitorous stimulation. I have tried masturbation many many MANY times, nothing at all. Vibrators, nothing at all! Please help .. I can't live the rest of my life just going through the motions of sex to please my partner! I used to always want to have sex because turning my partner on would make me feel good about myself but now it's just so frustrating, he has to beg me sometimes.
Also... I'm not sure if this is related, but ever since I was about twelve I've had a thick, white odorless discharge . This happens evey single day, all day long. Literally to the point where I think I've either wet my pants or started my period. It's so damn annoying!
If anyone can help me with either of these two things, I would be so thankful!! Please help me View Thread
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