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By baby_trex_arms / Tuesday 5 May 2015 15:13 / United States - San Francisco
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if he is to young to even know where the clitoris them he should be having sex he could be one of those kids that think got can't get a girl pregnant in a pool or while on their period.

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  leogachi  |  15

A lot of grown men have trouble finding the clitoris. It doesn't really have anything to do with age, he's probably just poorly informed of the female anatomy.

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  TheMathMajor  |  26

#90, you probably just haven't noticed it before. It has increased blood flow just like a penis during stimulation and will swell and get hard. The "hood" or skin over the clitoris doesn't get hard, but often the clitoris itself will grow and peek out from the hood.

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  Nessco  |  36

Trust me, the g spot and female orgasm are very real. If you're yet to get someone there or experience it yourself (depending on your gender) then keep trying. It's really worth it.

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  littlekellilee  |  45

My boyfriend gets a bit confused. He's slightly too high up. I grab his arm and lightly pull it down to the right spot but he starts pulling back and it ends up being a wrestling match. He's too nervous to look though.

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  mjansing  |  4

porn is not so much a teacher as it is an inspiration for new experiences in the bed. there are a lot of books that go into ways to please a woman or a man.

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  JayGatsby  |  25

Or he just never learned. My high school never taught sex ed and barely any of my friends ever really talked about it, so if OP's boyfriend is in a similar situation, then it's understandable that he doesn't know.

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  wideeyes  |  10

i think sex education for safe sex to prevent STDs and pregnancy is important, but I dont think the schools should be teaching "aw yeah! rub 'er right here! it'll make her go crazy!"

that being said, a simple "female have a sensative organ called the clitorus, which is an important part of the female orgasm (or something like that)

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  pinkster2014  |  25

#56 - Yeah, but some schools don't even say that. My health teacher, on the other hand, handed out a descriptive drawing that labeled where each part was lol. Gross, but informative.

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So much hate on here all the time, dang. People make grammatical errors all the time. And there's no need to always argue the point. It was just my own personal thought when I read this FML.

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