I am 23 and have not been able to have an orgasm up to this point. Whether it be through self play or or partner play. Although sometimes through clitoral stimulation I have a sensation that I'm assuming must be a very weak orgasm. At first when it happened I wasn't sure because it was so unenjoyable. It was a weird tingling sensation followed by immediate and intense pain when my clitoris was stimulated. So I suppose my question is, if this is some type of orgasm, how do I make it stronger and more enjoyable? Also it seems to come on quickly after clitoral stimulation begins. Within a few minutes of contact. So how do I prolong that, since once it happens it's just too painful to continue. If this is an orgasm I have no idea how women have multiple orgasms because it's just so sensitive afterwards to continue.View Thread
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